Just moments ago, The Sun reported Media Mogul’s body (of Chronicle.SU fame and notoriety) has been discovered after ingesting a heroic dose of palladium. Rupert Murdoch was said to believe the chemical would imbue him with the strength of a paladin IRL.
The Murdoch family is known for their hacking prowess, particularly in regards to the phone records of B-list celebrities, as they grapple for jewgold through ad revenue and extortion.
The attack by LulzSec on the media mogul’s website is retribution for Murdoch’s unfair use of my name. This was tweeted directly to me, Media Mogul on Twitter (@Hatefiend)
“I can’t believe this is happening, but it’s awesome. I love my friends at LulzSec, atopiary, Sabu and God.”
18 replies on “MEDIA MOGUL'S BODY DISCOVERD”
a fake article within a real fake article. impressive
That’s the power of Lebal Drocer Inc.
@LulzSec is like a game of katamari, absorbing followers in the wake of destruction.
was that actually on the sun webpage? if so job well done lulzsec
Indeed. Well played sirs.
Casey Anthony did it.
IT’S SPELLED BERU
i hate you,i hate you,i hate you, i hate you. go back to the jundland wastes. moss eyeslee rules
Who is Casey Anthony & who did she kill?
lulzsec IS god
We exist as the imagination of ourselves in the mind of LulzSec
yo dawg, we heard you like satire so we put satire inside of your satire
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