Thursday, January 1, 2009

New York Times Sells Pies

NEW YORK CITY, NY - In deep financial trouble, the New York Times has ceased printing news stories and, instead, begun selling a variety of home-baked pies. "Some of our staff have experience making such things," said Times spokesperson Julian Van Dyke. "As a result, we've laid off everyone but those who can bake and the ad reps." So far, the Times has baked blueberry, cherry, and yam pies which are selling in the lobby of the New York Times building for seventy-thousand dollars each. Van Dyke commented, "Once pies restore our situation, we'll hire back some editors and do news again."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely hilarious!