FAA Assured By Boeing Missing Wing Was No Big Deal

FAA Assured By Boeing Missing Wing Was No Big Deal

  Saying a software fix was on the way, Boeing executives assured authorities at the Federal Aviation Administration last June that an early design of the 737 Max airliner with one wing was completely safe, according to an ongoing investigation. “At first, we were alarmed that the airplane had just an engine on one side […]

Mar A Lagoon Club Announces Grand Opening In 2035

Mar A Lagoon Club Announces Grand Opening In 2035

  A consortium of developers in Palm Beach, Florida, this week announced their intention to open an exclusive club for the well-to-do in an upscale area of the city that they expect to be almost completely submerged in sea water by the year 2035. The group’s spokesperson, Angelique Veronika, said developers plan to acquire the […]

Carlos O’Kelly’s Sues Beto O’Rourke For Trademark Infringement

Carlos O’Kelly’s Sues Beto O’Rourke For Trademark Infringement

 DESMOINES, IA – Saying they had no wish to derail the campaign of El Paso native and 2020 presidental candidate Beto O’Rourke, Iowa based mexican-themed restaurant Carlos O’Kelly’s nonetheless filed a lawsuit in federal court today alleging copyright infringement by the former Texas congressman. The Pleading, filed in the 9th Circuit Court, asserted that: “Plaintiff […]


President Trump Renames National Anthem ‘United States of America Song’

President Trump Renames National Anthem ‘United States of America Song’

  WASHINGTON DC – On the heels of successfully re-titling the “North American Free Trade Agreement” as the “United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement,” President Trump followed up by announcing a new name for the country’s popular national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.” The anthem’s new title, announced in a White House Rose Garden ceremony today, will be “The […]

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