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CIA Declassifies Thousands Of Black-Ops 'Humor In Uniform' Jokes
JUNE 24, 2010 | ISSUE 46•25
CHAPPAQUA, NY—After more than 60 years of redacting classified but amusing anecdotes from Reader's Digest's popular Humor in Uniform section, the CIA announced Monday that the full text of thousands of previously censored jokes will now be made available to the public....
http://www.theonion.com/articles/cia-declassifies-thousands-of-blackops-humor-in-un,17653/


Obama's Weekly Video Addresses Becoming Increasingly Avant-Garde


WASHINGTON—Hailed as a sign of renewed government transparency when they began airing last year, President Barack Obama's weekly video addresses have grown increasingly experimental in recent weeks, raising eyebrows nationwide.
Videos like the one that aired Tuesday morning, which begins with Obama outlining his new plan to provide healthier school lunches to the nation's children, but soon devolves into frantic editing, unsettling imagery, and dissonant audio effects, have left many wondering about the president's ultimate message.
"I found the whole thing a bit confusing," said New York resident Abe Klein, who added that he has watched Obama's videos transform over time from informative to aesthetically challenging to just plain bizarre. "I don't know if I was supposed to come away thinking that childhood obesity is our nation's next major health crisis, or if Obama wanted us to take the jarring black-and-white footage of a rooster getting its head chopped off literally."
"Don't get me wrong, I'm all for these weekly addresses," Klein added. "But the president is starting to freak me out."

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