Pennsylvania bans sale of Chunky Soup

John - 6/20/2006, 2:50 PM - Curse News

While visiting Pittsburgh this morning, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell declared a state-wide ban on the sale of Campbell's Chunky Soup.

"No state has suffered more than the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania," said Rendell.

The ban also extend to advertisements of CHunky Soup. The state legislature is currently hammering out plans for a $30 million FM signal jamming systems to also block Chunky Soup ads originating in neighboring New York, Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia.
Rendell added that National Guard units were on stand-by for the conduct of brief incursions into neighboring states to knock out offending transmitters.

At his side were Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger, Eagles QB Donovan McNabb and former Steelers RB Jerome Bettis.

Roethlisberger spoke briefly, saying "Hmmmm-muh-uh-mmm. Mmm. Hmmmm-uh-mmm."

McNabb thanked Rendell, "Thank you. I can't control myslef. I'll never quit doing Chunky Soup commercials.

Bettis smiled and began giggling uncontrollable when Roethlisberger tickled his belly. He fell on his side and began spewing Chunky Soup at a rapid pace.

A high school football player in the audience who had been struck by the Chunky spew was reported in critical condition after being struck by an anvil on the way home from the press conference.

The location of the press conference has been quarantined and is scheduled for demolition next Monday.


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