Thursday, July 28, 2005

This Week on the UNternet

Two weeks after assuming command of the internet, the UNternet declares that the US is not doing enough to curb its use of bandwidth. (Secretly, they set up an internal cadre to sell router vouchers to France, Germany and Russia).

Monday, The UNternet commerce commission has passed its 117th resolution denouncing Nigerian spammers. The spammers were strongly cautioned that serious steps would soon be taken.

Monday, The UNternet commerce commission approved a 5Billion euro IMF loan to Nigeria to upgrade the country with modern computer equipment and a new telecommunications infrastructure.

Tuesday, Microsoft has lobbied, and won, a permanent seat on the UNternet Security Council.

Yesterday, the UNternet convened to deal with a raging computer virus called 'Genocide' released by Al Qaeda on the internet. Today, they resolved to re-define the name of the virus as 'Tribal Combatant' and table the problem as a local issue.

Today, the UNternet commission on human rights has resolved that every blog post must obtain approval by the UNternet communications committee, to ensure it meets the minimum guidelines for anti-Semitic content.



fmragtops said...

Dude, that is freakin' hillarious. I love the Nigerian spam bit.

The Conservative UAW Guy said...

I did a post on this same story.
About time...

Hope you like it! :)

Fitch said...

I loved the part about renaming the virus.