October 3, 2009

Soccer Summit in Washington as Furor Over Scandal Grows

WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 2, 2009)--Amid cries for the deportation of disgraced Team Badger, Do-Ho flew to Washington today in a valiant attempt to stave off an international incident. Do-Ho met with the President and First Lady at the White House, where she outlined a 10-point plan for improving relations between Britain and the U.S. The two nations, who had previously been allies, have had strained relations ever since the Badger scandal erupted. England's economy was hard-hit when American consumers began boycotting English muffins in protest of the soccer controversy.

At the conclusion of the summit, both parties seemed hopeful that a peaceful resolution could be worked out that would allow for the continuation of a multi-country Fantasy Football League competitive season.


Anonymous said...

Whew! That was a close one! So now we can go back to calling them "English" muffins? Good. I was getting tired of all the "freedom muffin" hoopla.

- Fortuna the Poor

Anonymous said...

Gobama! Go-Ho! A victory for common sense...