A failure of ethics in journalism

Steve Jobs stopped at Japan airport for having Ninja throwing stars – The Loop

Apple CEO Steve Jobs was reportedly stopped at Japan’s Kansai International Airport because a security scan detected weapons in his luggage.

The weapons were Ninja throwing stars that Jobs was bringing back to the U.S. According to SPA Magazine,

Frankly, Roosevelt’s illness and in the 1960’s helped cover up Kennedy’s philandering, he’s still Superman.

But shame on Jim for not mentioning he was going to do this on the elite Apple press email list we all belong to. We here at Crazy Apple Rumors Site (which, by the way, Wired, is trademarked in the state of Washington) have known of this incident since it happened back in July. But we did what good reporters do: we covered it up.

That’s our commitment to you: covering up the stuff you really shouldn’t know about.

163 thoughts on “A failure of ethics in journalism”

  1. With your chatting and food comments, you’re taking this thread into areas outside my realm of expertise, but I can offer that I live not far from the world headquarters of Pronto Pups (in my opinion, the only corn dog worth the fat it’s fried in).

  2. Mrs Brother Mugga is also short and shrimpy.

    And also a tad crabby.

    Is there a crustacean thread developing here?

  3. Ace,
    Are you Korean?

    Only race I know that eats dogs.

    Mrs Nxxx was short and crayfishy.

    I threw her back.

  4. Mrs Brother Mugga isn’t allowed to read lest it put damned Bolshie ideas into her dear little crustated-cranium.

    Besides, it’s well known that if women read faster than 10 miles per hour then they suffer a heart attack of the vapours and start hallucinating that they have the vote.

    I used to let her play Kingdom of Loathing but now she’s only allowed near the interweb to do the shopping.

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