FantasyHumor Exec Says U.S. Cash Is Its Best Hope
November 12, 2008 by admin
The rapidly deteriorating finances at FantasyHumor (FH) is forcing the federal government to decide whether to bail out the largest American fantasy football humor site, or let it go bankrupt. FH said it had suspended merger talks with Samkongado.com and WomenAgainst FantasySports, and is focusing on the serious task at hand, developing a cash cushion by getting emergency federal assistance.
Congress has already provided $25 billion in loans to help car companies develop fuel efficient vehicles. FH’s Dr. Vin Dooley said the humor site has significant plans as well.
“We too will try to develop fuel efficient vehicles with the low interest loans the government will provide us,” Dooley said. “If we can get the full $25 billion we’ll also promise to put solar panels on everyone’s house, and feed the world. We can do a lot if given the chance. No fantasy is too big over in these parts.”
Dooley said the government needs to respond to this plea urgently, or FH’s hand might be forced, and the site turned into a Sumo restling message board. In the event that were to happen Dooley said it could confuse people causing mass hysteria.
“The internet could even shut down,” the key figure said.
FantasyHumor is seeking U.S. $10 million to alleviate immediate concerns, and stem the cash flow bleeding of the last year. Insiders say in addition to expanding the website it will become funnier with the extra funds, and yes, there will be better vehicles for America built as well, and maybe even free bumper stickers.
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