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MadLibs Cap and Trade Bill

June 29th, 2009 by G.

Inspired by the House’s cap and trade bill, I would like to propose the following legislation:

1. Title: This legislation shall be known as the _______ (Save/Stop — pick one) Our _________(adjective) ____________ (noun).

2. Definitions: (a) _______ (noun) shall include all _________ (noun) not otherwise referenced in _________ (statutory section); (b) _________ (verb) is the act, knowingly or purposefully, of _________ (recondite verb) the _________ (complicated acronym) for the purpose of __________ (participial phrase); (c) _________ (complicated acronym, maybe the one used in 2(b) above) shall be defined________ (later/much later, if at all — pick one) by ____________ ( Executive Order/the judiciary/the I-Ching – pick one) unless _________ (senseless and inexplicable exception; trust us on this one, it will be a doozy).

3. Thirty ________ (unit of time) after _________ (date, preferably in the Roman calendar) for any _______ (noun) not otherwise _________ (verb) under the auspices of _________ (common acronym that in this legislation actually stands for something else), it shall be _________ (legal/illegal/void where prohibited/forbidden if not mandatory — pick one) to _____ (noun used as verb) the __________ (adverb) _________ (gerund).

Like a majority of our illustrious congressmen, I vote aye.

Comments (4)
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June 29th, 2009 07:47:15
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Vader
June 29, 2009

MadLibs.

Heh.

Heh heh.

Heh heh heh heh heh.

Was that deliberate, Adam?


Adam G.
June 29, 2009

Of course not. Also, I don’t know what you’re talking about.


Vader
June 29, 2009

MadLibs.

Mentally disturbed liberals.


Adam G.
June 29, 2009

Mentally disturbed liberals? No, I was talking about Madlibs, like adlibs but mad. Any inadvertent capitalization that might suggest otherwise is, of course, inadvertent, and also a figment of the reader’s imagination.

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