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Feature Story December 25, 2003
 
What a Laugh!
The eXile Looks Back on 2003, The Funniest Year Yet!
 
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Sad Clown factor: Some slow-witted Russian kid might actually believe the trashes are kind and helpful.

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33. Fallujah-Free Fire Zone

The Joke: On April 28, 2003, American troops entered the Iraqi town of Fallujah to bring democracy to the people. The locals took advantage of their new freedoms to stage a demonstration against the occupation. That's kind of funny, but what came next was way funnier: US troops expressed their opposing views with automatic weapons, killing 14 demonstrators, including three children, and wounding 75 more. Two days later, locals marched to protest the killing--and American troops fired into the crowd again, killing two more and wounding 14! Hoo-boy! Twice! Now that's funny: "Surely, Hamid, they won't mow us down again!" "Yes, yes, Rashid -- after all, that last massacre must have been an aberration!" Next thing you know, Hamid and Rashid are falafel chunks on the sidewalk and democracy has the last laugh.

Bonus laugh: Lt. Col. Tobin Green, a US officer in Fallujah, explained things in Bush-Bible blab: ``The evil-doers are deliberately placing at risk the good civilians." You know why? Because the evil-doers like good comedy. Serve it up hot, Lt. Col. Green!

Sad Clown factor: Western press still writes worried thought-pieces asking why, O why, don't the Fallujah-ites love us?

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34. Moscow Drug Raids

The Joke: 'Twas a time in Moscow when showing up merely drunk at a nightclub was a crime. You couldn't cross the dancefloor at Titanic or Ptyutch without having a couple rolls of E and a line of smack fired into your bloodstream. Not in 2003. On March 11th, President Putin signed a decree dissolving the loathed Tax Police and transferring 12,000 cops, including their weaponry and equipment, to a new federal anti-drug agency, the State Committee for the Control of Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances. Raids have already begun. Clubgoers at Propaganda, Mix, A Priori, Garazh and other places have been beaten, forced to lie on the floor, had their pupils, mouths and arms checked by narcotics doctors, and some have been taken away in white vans. If that's not funny enough, consider this: the narcotics police have just started raiding. The real side-splitting scenes should take place in upcoming months and years.

Sad Clown factor: Looks like we're all going to have to get drunk. Except, get this, Russia is massively raising excise duties on hard alcohol next year, meaning somebody looks like they're going to make a killing on the whole drug raid crackdown! Ka-Ching!

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35. The Korea Cringe


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