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Right-wingers posing as pimps and their hos have tried to take down ACORN and Planned Parenthood.

Other recent Pimp-and-Ho undercover busts you might have missed:

Bust of Costco: Pimp and ha visit Costco. Pimp tells customer service he wants to return mattress because it's not bouncy enough for teenage ha. Customer service ignores pimp's words and focuses on processing refund.

Bust of ASPCA: Pimp goes to animal shelter with ha. Says ha is lonely and wants a cat. Animal shelter gives her a cat.

Bust of psychiatric hospital: Pimp and ha visit a psychiatric facility posing as a schizophrenic pimp and a bipolar ha. Both are admitted and stay for two years, producing a searing and unforgettable documentary on the shortcomings of mental health in America.

Bust of Department of Energy: Pimp and ho visit the Energy Department to make Freedom of Information Act request. Sluggish response by agency reveals inefficiency of federal government.

Bust of Archer Daniels Midland Company: Pimp and ha take jobs at the agribusiness conglomerate. Pimp wears hidden camera while ha proposes that ADM become involved in the price-fixing of lysine. ADM follows through on illegal and corrupt plan proposed by under-aged ho.

Bust of Olympic judging: Pimp and ha enter ice-dancing competition. Pimp throws ha, who makes a two-footed landing after triple Salchow. Nevertheless, pimp and ha still win gold, thus exposing corruption of the International Skating Union.

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Bust of Social Text magazine: Pimp and ho pen postmodernist article called "Transgressing the Boundaries: Toward a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity" and submit it to the editors of Social Text at Duke University. When essay is accepted for publication, pimp and ha reveal the article to be a hoax, thus exposing the laxity of thought within postmodernist circles in academia.

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Title Annotation:PARODY
Author:Frank, T.A.
Publication:The American Prospect
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 1, 2011
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