News, but not the serious kind
Well, are you Daddy’s little helper today?
Blog Guy, you’ve done a great job of reporting on those Government Death Panels, but how about doing sort of a behind-the-scenes look at their job?
That’s a great idea. We sent a photographer to one of their branch offices, in Nevada, to watch them get ready for a busy day of putting folks out of their misery.
Now, this is fascinating, Blog Guy! You should do more human interest stuff like this.
Um, I can’t help noticing there is a kid with a gun in one of the pictures.
Right. It must have been “Take Your Children to Work Day,” so I guess some of the Death Panelists let the young ones tag along. You know, shoot a few people, have lunch at McDonald’s, shoot a few more people…
Well, it’s never too early to learn to help others, I suppose. One more question. What’s the deal with those animals in one of the photos?
I believe that’s their petting zoo.
Petting zoo? Those animals are dead! I have a good mind to complain! Give my name and address to the Death Panel, please!
Not to worry, I’m sure they already have it.
Top: Kathy Hansen tests a rifle scope at the Safari Club International Convention in Reno, Nevada, January 29, 2011.
Left: People try out rifle scopes at the convention.
Left: A view of the “Sensory Safari” truck at the convention.
REUTERS photos by Max Whittaker