June 22, 2007

News: Dark Alley Media to Drop Gay Bomb

Following the controversial political parody of Gaytanamo, gay film studio Dark Alley Media has announced plans to release Gay Bomb by year’s end. The film is a response to recent news headlines that revealed Pentagon insiders had considered the “gay bomb” as an example of non-lethal chemical warfare in the Iraq War. The Air Force had asked for a $7.5 million grant to develop the idea, which was proposed to the government’s highest scientific authority.

“We’re really not making this up,” said Dark Alley’s Matthias von Fistenberg. “In fact, if the Pentagon officials wants to see the outcome of this project, they should tune into Dark Alley TV on December 1.” Dark Alley co-founder Owen Hawk agreed: “This was too good an opportunity to pass up. When they’re not busy wiping their asses with the Constitution, they’re showing total contempt for basic scientific knowledge and spending tax dollars to turn armies gay. We should laugh at their expense every chance we get.”

Gay Bomb will begin filming in November 2007, after Dark Alley completes its already full production and release schedule for the year. For more information, visit www.darkalleymedia.com.

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