After Thousands Of Years “Ur” Continues To Vex The Islamic World

First it was “vultURe”

Now, it’s “dentURe”

TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iranian border guards have arrested an American woman on suspicion of spying after she entered the country illegally by land, a semi-official news agency reported on Thursday.

The Fars news agency said an “informed source” had confirmed a report earlier in the day in the daily Iran which said the woman had entered from Armenia and was detained by customs guards in the town of Nordouz in northwestern Iran.

An espionage device was found in her teeth, according to the Iran daily, which is not known for carrying accurate reports.

I blame the Juice

11 Responses to “After Thousands Of Years “Ur” Continues To Vex The Islamic World”

  1. nightfly says:

    Wait – so is the CIA putting mind-control devices in our fillings, or aren’t they? I can’t tell with my tinfoil hat on.

  2. tree hugging sister says:

    We call that EMI in the trade, Diptera ~ Electro Muslim Interference.

  3. Dave E. says:

    This whole story bites.

  4. Yojimbo says:

    Oh I don’t know,seems like a story you can really sink your teeth into.

    “Informed source”! Iran has an informed person? Who knew.

    The Iran Daily doesn’t always carry accurate reports. No, no, I won’t break the sarcasm key on my computer this early in the year.

    “Death to all juice”! Good Lord, what parallel universe did that nutjob waft in from, Columbia or NYU?

  5. KingShamus says:

    Apparently, America and Iran have one thing in common: Toothless border security.


  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    Quit gumming up the comment, shamus!

  7. Yojimbo says:

    You have to chew into Shamus this early in the day?

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    It would be a damned shamus I didn’t.

  9. nightfly says:

    We’re all indentured to your sense of humor, Bings.

  10. Dave E. says:

    Today it sounds like it never happened. I guess the molar of the story is you can’t trust Iranian news as Fars as you can throw them.

  11. Yojimbo says:

    They just have a difficult time getting to the root of an issue, unlike Canal 1.

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