Tuesday, December 09, 2008
Banned film in DC draws imaginary protestors
The WPFS will be going ahead with the screening of
'Isle of The Damned' despite protests from the
Church of the Sub-Genius and the country of Pogo-Pogo.
WPFS president, Carl Cephas, thought about hiring The Guardian Angels of Baltimore, but declined do to so.
It should be a fun night filled with debauchery and lusty
sex scenes. The pope has demanded his own copy to see if it is fit for mass consumption. If anyone who is ill of health and or has a weak heart, a physicians note may be needed. We will not be responsible for psychotic reactions to this film that was banned in over 492 countries. Children and smalls dogs will not be allowed.