New York, NY (PRWEB) May 1, 2006
This week, Web surfers can once again discover sanity through laughter -- free -- by going to NewsLaugh.com, the Sanely Funny Weekly Magazine. This week's headlines include:
*Bin Laden Releases Another Audiotape: Hideout Too Dark To Shoot Video
*France Attacks Iran; U. S. And Britain Object
*America Ends Oil Dependency; Turns B. S. Into Fuel
*Canada In Secret Talks To Trade Quebec For Florida *Medical Researcher Discovers Cause Of Asinine Behavior
*Gas Prices Rise To Heights Called "Gas-tronomical!"
*Ken Lay Explains Conduct With Poem From Childhood: "Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep."
*Polar Bears Drowning; Washington Sends Lifejackets
Readers will also find NewsLaugh's weekly fictional spoof. This week the magazine satirizes our growing dependence on electronic devices to remember the details of our lives, in a piece called “Man Loses Memory; PDA Battery Dies."
Readers may also subscribe to Newlaugh's free weekly newsletter for exclusive laughs and offers.
And readers are invited to participate in a weekly News Joke Contest. The reader who submits what is judged the funniest joked based on the news wins receives a free Newslaugh.com T-shirt.
Newslaugh.Com presents humorous weekly articles under such headings as Sanely Funny Cover Story, Dreadline of the Week, Shreditorial, Washington Spin Din, Clever Monkey of the Week, and a Spoof of the Week.
The publication claims, "You can't change the news but you can laugh at it."
About Tom Attea, creator of NewsLaugh.com:
Mr. Attea has had six shows produced Off-Broadway. Critics have called his comedy writing, “delightfully funny,” “witty,” with “great humor and ebullience" and "good, genuine laughs.”
He also co-wrote the first feature film Showtime produced.
He has extensive experience in news media. He wrote the recent campaign for The New York Sun, New York’s new broadsheet newspaper, “Illuminate Your World,” the classic campaign for Time Magazine, “There’s never been a greater need for understanding,” and the long-running theme for The Village Voice, “In this city, you need a Voice.” In broadcast media, he wrote the advertising that successfully introduced Lifetime television, “There’s nothing like a woman’s Lifetime,” and oversaw all the advertising for WABC TV and radio in New York.
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