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Los Angeles, CA – It seems that the writers of drama-series are having a hard time trying to find a plot-twist making the second season of “Covid-19” as interesting as the first one. “They have all the cast they want – I mean, really all the cast” declares Pablo John Hutcher, a series critic for Vice “but then all you have is a low-budget sequel that is like a mixture of The Ozark and The English Patient. No excitement whatsoever”. “In the business there is also this rumor of the finale” adds Paulina...Continue reading »

Honolulu, Hawaii – If you think that the planet has become as boring as North-Korea you might have a clue: Kim Jong-Un has actually taken over the planet and converted human civilization into a pale copy or Pyongyang, North-Korea’s capital. “The stores are closed, people are unhappy and there is always less money” observes Gianluca Proietti, an Italian cook that served as North-Korea’s President personal chef for three years. “So” Proietti adds” everything looks just like back there. Possibly the embarrassment...Continue reading »

Washington, D.C. – “The point is just that we don’t know how to tell this to the electorate” claims Marcinkus Rotherson, head of election operation in Washington. “That map is not going anywhere. Biden stays like at 254 and Trump at 213. That’s it. Basta. Finito”. What many electors where suspecting is slowly being confirmed as reality: the US election will not have a winner. “It is also clear, I mean” declares Rambo Johnston, a plumber from Waco, Texas. “We have been staring at that stupid map since...Continue reading »

Washington, D.C. – Joe Biden thought he had made it and was approaching the White House, the traditional residency of U. S. President, when suddenly a low-pitched, distorted evil laughter was heard on the South Lawn. Then, the White House stood on robo-legs and an Evil Trump started commanding his secret war-machine to counter the attacks of the President elect. “Possibly, this was the secret weapon Trump had been bragging about so loudly” claims Gen. Martina Starborn from Wichita, Texas. “We just hadn’t realized that the weapon...Continue reading »

Phoenix, Arizona – When in the second grade, a young, impressionable Alice Cooper experienced a traumatic incident which would change the course of his life forever. While the rest of his classmates drew teddy bears and sunflowers during Friday free time, creative minded Alice worked to paint an intricate scene of an enraged skeleton with a top hat in the foreground of an erupting volcano and a sky full of lightning. When little Alice went to show the teacher, however, instead of being met with warm praise, Mrs. Crawford called his...Continue reading »


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