Dick Cheney Vice Presidential Library Opens In Pitch-Dark, Sulfurous Underground Cave

Cheney LibraryBut did it have to be in Nebraska?

SUMNER, NE—The Richard B. Cheney Vice Presidential Library and Museum officially opened to the public on Wednesday, housing a variety of exhibits honoring the legacy of the former vice president on display in a vast, dark, sulfurous cave thousands of feet below the surface of the earth.

According to officials, the subterranean library will permanently house the archived records and artifacts of Cheney’s vice presidency and will include more than 2.7 million photographs, thousands of razor-sharp stalactites, 4 million documents offering a legal basis for torture, scalding-hot green smoke wafting out of the cave walls, an original manuscript of the Patriot Act, hundreds of sick and hungry cave bears, and 15,000 audio recordings from Cheney’s private meetings.

via The Onion.

One Reply to “Dick Cheney Vice Presidential Library Opens In Pitch-Dark, Sulfurous Underground Cave”

  1. What a great photo! I really miss having coffee with you… in Colorado. READ!!!! Yes and make art.

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