We were worried that when the 2012 races ended, the comedy well had dried up. Without Romney, Palin and Bachmann on air to provide daily snippets of stupidity, where would the world’s laughter go?
Turns out, it moved to North Dakota. Who knew?
On September 23rd, we ran a story about a group of Neo-Nazis who planned to take over the small town of Leith, North Dakota. If you haven’t read the story yet, you might want to catch the background info here.
Granted, when you’re giving hate speeches in a building full of people who are composed entirely of human ignorance, it’s easy enough to miss the smell outside. What wasn’t so easy to miss was the court order written by the Custer District Health Unit giving white supremacist Craig Cobb five days to come up with a plan to install running water and sewage provisions in his home — which we’re calling “Das Shitzburg Castle.”
Before anyone starts screaming “PROFILING!,” it’s worth mentioning that the Custer District had already been examining other vacant and nuisance properties in the area before Cobb announced his plans for Fourth Reich, North Dakota. A total of nine are under similar abatement orders, owing to piles of junk cars, wood and generally unlivable conditions.
(Though, between us…yeah, they totally did it because of the Nazis.)
So, Das Shitzberg is officially on its way to condemnation, as are Der Creamery Pissenmilken next door, and a small house that Cobb sold to another Nazi from Wisconsin — who was presumably named Colonel Von Poopenpantzen.
And so ended Hitler’s final solution — a plot to rid the world of Jews using a brand of feces-derived cheese known only as “Das Killenjuden der Meunsterplatz.”
Here’s a Nazi puppy.