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Broward County Declares a State of Overreaction

Broward County Declares a State of Overreaction

Broward County Mayor Mark D. Bogen strode into a conference room wearing a full suit of plate armor, three bandoliers of bullets, five grenades, a Bowie knife, and a backpack holding 20 days of non-perishable provisions. He walked to the podium, pulled out an airhorn,...
Black Friday to Be Followed by Latino Saturday

Black Friday to Be Followed by Latino Saturday

The National Latino Caucus (NLC) announced that the second day after Thanksgiving would henceforth be known as Latino Saturday. Rather than joining in Black Friday’s manic shopping free-for-all, participants will enact the traditional Latino customs of talking over...
San Gibin Named Patron Saint of Dolor de Estomago

San Gibin Named Patron Saint of Dolor de Estomago

The Vatican officially announced that San Gibin would be canonized as the patron saint of gluttons, food comas, and heartburn. His feast day will be celebrated the last Thursday of every November. Long venerated by U.S. Latinos, San Gibin was presumably introduced to...
Miamians Hospitalized as Temperatures Plunge Below 70

Miamians Hospitalized as Temperatures Plunge Below 70

Pandemonium reigned in Mercy Hospital’s Emergency Room where doctors and nurses worked frantically to treat a mob of Miamians suffering from slight chilliness. “My arms! I can’t feel my arms!” cried a woman in her 40s. “Can you feel that?” asked a nurse, inserting an...