Internal Memo for Wednesday, 11/8/17

Happy Day-After-Election-Day!  Or, as I like to call it, The Purge.  LET THE BODIES HIT THE FLOOR.

Two complete strangers have been arrested for performing a sex act on a Delta flight to Detroit, proving once again that nothing turns people on like Detroit.

Billionaire investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban thinks that creative thinking will be the most in-demand job skill in 10 years.  “By then, we’ll have had two terms of Trump,” Cuban told the audience at a recent conference.  “Many of our most creative thinkers will have died in the gulags.”

Congratulations to Anna from Accounts Receivable on your new position as city comptroller!  Those targeted Facebook ads really worked- especially the one with you and Mary Magdalene in a thumb war!

After actor Anthony Rapp came forward last month to accuse Kevin Spacey of making a sexual advance on him when he was only 14, several more men have accused Spacey of inappropriate sexual conduct.  Spacey, however, says it couldn’t have been him, because he walks with a limp.

In related news, comedian Andy Dick has been fired from his latest film for sexual harassment.  The surprising move comes mere weeks after Dick was hired for sexual harassment.

Jerry, you were not… wait, you were elected governor of New Jersey?

Three UCLA men’s basketball players have been arrested in China on suspicion of stealing in advance of their season-opening game in Shanghai.  Chinese authorities have also accused the players of traveling, shooting, and charging.

In a recent interview, Kim Cattrall told Piers Morgan that she and her Sex and the City co-stars “have never been friends,” making her such a Miranda.

Speaking of elections, run for office council!  It’s a thing I just came up with to boost morale without substantive change!

A pop-up café in Australia is hiring a professional avocado taste tester.  Buzzfeed has rated the position number 3 on its list of “Best Jobs for Millennials”, behind only craft beer cicerone and none.

Walmart has apologized after a third-party listing on its website used a racial slur in the name of a product.  “We would also like to apologize for any harm we may have caused,” Ritz spokesman Daniel Abernathy said.  “From now on, they’re ‘biscuits.’”

Say it with me: ONE DOLLAR, ONE VOTE.

-The Chairman

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Internal Memo for Wednesday, 1/25/17

Hello, my right-to-work rapscallions!

It’s me, your old pal The Chairman, back and better than ever after two straight months of presidential transition horse-trading.  Rest assured I did everything in my power to turn back the clock to a time when America was the G-D GREATEST.

Now, as some of you may know, I was a teensy bit nervous about the impending “Trump administration.”  However, over the past several minutes, I have come to welcome our new tangerine overlord with open legs.  You see, when presented with a set of alternative facts, um, one has no choice but to, you know…
Oh for fuck’s sake BUSINESS.

In a recent interview with the Washington Post, Donald Trump announced that his 2020 campaign slogan would be “Keep America Great,” a tagline used in the horror film The Purge: Election Year.  The film, which depicts a dystopian society in which all crime is condoned by the state, is being called the first-ever “accidental documentary.”

Following her husband’s inauguration, First Lady Melania Trump returned home to New York, where she will reside until her 10-year-old son Barron finishes school.  By “school,” Trump means “postdoctoral study.”

Anna from the cafeteria, SHOW ME YOUR PAPERS!  Haha- just kidding.  Glad we can still make that joke for a few more days.

Despite controversy, the marching band from historically black Talladega College performed as part of Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day festivities.  Trump was said to be “pleasantly surprised” by the band’s performance, calling it “not like Chicago at all.”

During his “first official press briefing,” White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer indicated that Donald Trump will move forward with construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.  The announcement was met with excitement and immediately hailed as “the most rational thing the administration has done so far.”

Jerry, there are no grizzly bears here.

NASA has released a short film compiled from photographs taken of Pluto by the organization’s New Horizons spacecraft, which flew near the dwarf planet in 2015.  Looks habitable.

In further NASA news, the soon-to-be-defunct agency believes that it has spotted two new comets in our solar system.  “Unfortunately,” said Deputy Principal Investigator James “Gerbs” Bauer of the discovery, “neither appears to be headed towards Earth.”

How about that Women’s March, huh?  Fun signs.

Neuroscientists claim to have discovered a song that reduces anxiety by up to 65 percent.  Due to extraordinary demand, the song is now available on iTunes for $750.

As one of his first acts in office, Donald Trump has reinstated the so-called “Mexico City policy,” which bans federal funding to any overseas NGOs that provide abortion services.  “Oh, no,” Trump said, addressing the many fetuses around the globe affected by the policy, “you’re not getting off that easy.”

When’s the next press briefing?  I gotta set my DVR…

-The Chairman

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