Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Kids, this is what happens when you dare to garden. Heed the warning.
Dateline: Tuesday, 2:08 p.m.
Sources report a large explosion at the St. Irishcatholicsburg residence of Ms. Whiskeymarie Winedrinker.
Eyewitnesses report seeing Ms. Winedrinker watering her garden looking quite unwell from the heat. According to sources, in the next instant, she exploded- apparently from alcohol-laden sweat combined with intense heat from the afternoon sun.
Explosives experts are on the scene and are attempting to piece together how this tragedy unfolded.
WCOK's own reporter, Harry Backbrush, is on the scene with this report:
"We're here at the Winedrinker residence and all I can say is 'wow'. This is utter devastation. It seems Ms. Winedrinker was not aware of the deadly combination of alcoholic sweat and 95-degree heat."
"I've been a reporter for 19 years and I can say without hyperbole, this is the worst disaster I have and could ever possibly see in my whole life, even if I lived to be 112. The street is strewn with perennials, cheap flip-flops and pieces of hose. It seems Ms. Winedrinker herself has been completely annihilated. We see no trace of her other than a dried patch of salt- presumably from the large pool of sweat that is believed to have caused the explosion."
"Neighbors say that Ms. Winedrinker was an angry woman with few friends on the block, often yelling at the local children and calling the authorities on loitering teens. They say, judging by her recycling, that she could, and I quote: 'drink like a sorority girl on spring break'. It appears Ms. Winedrinker's husband was inside sleeping at the time of the incident. He released only this comment: 'Damn. We were going to grill tonight.'
One can only assume the depth of his greiving."
"Efforts will continue throughout the day to clean up after this disaster and try to make sense of what events led up to this tragedy. A concerned group of local citizens has already begun a campaign to ban sweat glands. This group calls itself 'CACS', or 'Citizens Against Combustible Sweat."
"CACS has already drafted a bill to go before Congress requiring all Americans to undergo sweat gland cauterization, a painful but highly effective procedure to stop humans from sweating. The group's president, Harvey Boardinbum, says that, 'If we can stop just one person from falling victim to this sort of tragedy, well...it's all worth it."
"Indeed, Mr. Boardinbum and his coalition are heroes for our time- yes sir, heroes for our time."
"For WCOK news, this is Harry Backbrush reporting."