News, but not the serious kind
You’re lacking in your hacking!
Lamar, get in my office!
What’s up, Boss?
Look, you’ve had enough time! I told you if you want to make it in journalism, you need to hack into some voice messages, and I want to see what you’ve got. We’re on deadline!
I think you’ll be pretty happy, Boss. Look at this one. “It’s me. Pick up tuna fish and vodka on the way home.”
That’s not very much to go with, Lamar.
Oh, I’ve got more, Boss. “This is Mom, why don’t you ever call?”
I guess that’s a little better. What else?
“I know you’re there, I just saw your schnauzer take a dump in my driveway!”
Don’t you have something better than that, Lamar?
I sure do. “This is the doctor’s office. It looks like your gonorrhea is spreading after all.”
Ewww! Lamar, whose voice mail did you hack, anyway?
My own, Boss! I had to find my PIN and everything!
Lamar! You’re fired! Leave! Oh, and don’t use the men’s room on your way out….
News Corp Chief Executive and Chairman Rupert Murdoch arrives to attend a parliamentary committee hearing at Portcullis House in London July 19, 2011. Murdoch and his son James are to face questions from parliament on Tuesday in a phone-hacking scandal that has rocked Britain’s establishment right up to Prime Minister David Cameron. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
The last edition of News of the World newspaper goes on sale alongside other British Sunday newspapers in London July 9, 2011. The final edition of the newspaper engulfed in a phone-hacking scandal was published on Sunday as Rupert Murdoch headed to London to try to save the bigger prize of his takeover of the British broadcaster BSkyB. REUTERS/Paul Hackett