Not an Article to Read at the Family Breakfast Table

You may have read that Florida state senators have been hard at work on an issue that affects us all. Of course, I’m talking about trucksticles. The dangly-bits of male trucks.

You didn’t know trucks had genders? Well, many a state senator has spent the past few weeks lifting tail gates to determine the sex of their trucks. They determined that Florida was the center of an epidemic of aggressive male trucks. Faced with the growing population of such trucks in the state the senators decided to fine the owners of male trucks $60.

To help rid the state of these trucks the state senate also hired a recently retired celebrity known for his work on population control. A source at a local public relations firm emailed me the following print ad:

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6 thoughts on “Not an Article to Read at the Family Breakfast Table

  1. With the many pressing issues facing Floridians why should anybody be shocked that the Florida legislature would spend time on this? It reaffirms what I have long suspected is America’s real policial doctrine practiced by both parties, i.e., if you can’t solve the real problems, pick something you can solve, make it seem important and then pat yourself on the back.

  2. With the many pressing issues facing Floridians why should anybody be shocked that the Florida legislature would spend time on this? It reaffirms what I have long suspected is America’s real policial doctrine practiced by both parties, i.e., if you can’t solve the real problems, pick something you can solve, make it seem important and then pat yourself on the back.

  3. Hey, I’m just glad that they’ve found something useful to do with their time. You know, since they’ve already cured cancer, hunger, crime, poverty, property taxes, and our health care system.

  4. Hey, I’m just glad that they’ve found something useful to do with their time. You know, since they’ve already cured cancer, hunger, crime, poverty, property taxes, and our health care system.

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