LOS ANGELES, CA — First Crude (FCRUD) Subsidiary Maxon Drinxon Liquors (MAXDRX) Wednesday announced the hiring of veritable unknown theatre troupe and company “The SuperPAC” and known affiliates on an “undisclosed long-term all-coverage contract” as the company’s new “creative service team.”
This is the first acquisition of Makeson Drinxon’s new “Makesing Dreamsons Creative Service ThinkTank,” a corporate-funded art-building initiative in the vein of the Red Bull Academy and similar corporate art ventures.
The deal came as somewhat of a major surprise to all but no one in the financial and art world, and drew some heavy criticism leaning on furious backlash from various communities and public figures around the nation.
Father Jome Bishman of Candall Creek, South Carolina said upon word of the news, “I am deeply saddened by the decision of Makeson Drinxon to accept these unwanteds into their otherwise wholesome Christian fold. Having seen prior productions by said sinboys, I can vehemently state that the creator weeps at their continued existence.”
Kennel Klub Council Representative Judy Espinosa of Pia Rosa, Utah had somewhat of a similar reaction. “Fuck them,” she said in great detail about the new creatives hailing from the east. When pressed on her real feelings, Espinosa elaborated, “I’m tired of my tax dollars going to pure shit.”
With news reaching fever pitch, even top business pieces are weighing in. Presidential hopeful Donald Trump espoused, “I consider J. Louis Reilly and his father R.R. two of my closest friends and donors. I have now seen several movies by their new degenerates. ‘Vocabulary of the Shit Stories’ and ‘Shits in the Gods’ were pure garbage. They are obviously poor, and very possibly minorities, and those, of course, are two things I will not stand for.”
It would appear Makeson Drinxon’s new blood will have to stain the sheets quickly if there’s any hope of them touching an audience, let alone reaching around anyone at all.