NEW YORK (TheSkunk.org) — Calling the President’s recently negotiated treaty with the leadership of Iran “bad business, through and through,” billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump today revealed his own plan to purchase the entire Islamic country, creating a landlord-tenant relationship with its current occupants. Anyone wanting to stay on the property would be required […]
DETROIT (TheSkunk.org) — In light of reported fatalities related to faulty ignition switches and power steering mechanisms – and in a last-ditch effort to restore consumer confidence in their products — General Motors announced today that it will be recalling every single vehicle it ever made, going back to its founding in 1908. “GM is […]
BURBANK, CA (TheSkunk.org) — The Walt Disney Company today announced it has acquired Shantibody Media, the country’s largest producer of hardcore adult entertainment. The announcement comes on the tail of disappointing box office revenue for a string of recent flops, including “Oz the Great and Powerful” — a failure which studio execs blame on “audience […]
Apple executives believe it has become financially advantageous to assemble the computers domestically, using Chinese labor.
The store openings will ease the problem of customers not having anything to drink while waiting in line to order their drink.
Mitt Romney said that on his first day in office he will approve the Keystone Pipeline, which will create hundreds of thousands of jobs in the oil clean-up industry within two years.
As 2012 looms just around the corner, The Skunk is pleased to present its annual assessment of the ten greatest jobs of the new year.
ATLANTA (TheSkunk.org) — The Coca-Cola Company today announced the reintroduction of cocaine back into its popular soft drink after an absence of over a hundred years.
The U.S. Postal Service today announced plans to increase speed and efficiency by sending postal worker paychecks through the mail.
A flight delayed in 1966 finally gets the approval to take off.