Several of the daily issue's can have unexpected and funny results such as:
Following new legislation in [country's name] Max Barry
is this year's Miss [country's name]!
Following new legislation in [country's name] the [country's name] Enquirer offers weekly cash prizes for 'most blasphemous song, story, or cartoon'.
Following new legislation in [country's name] the nation's diplomatic missives are now delivered via sniper rifle.
The "What's in a name?" daily issue is hilarious.
"Its none of the governments business what I name my daughter!" says Follicle Rainbow Gooseknob
, cradling [expletive deleted] in her arms.
- The "Wipe Out Graffiti?" daily issue is also pretty funny.
"I don't see what's so bad," comments Buffy Smith, a famous art critic. "This is urban art at its finest. Its vibrant, colorful, and simply reeks of culture! Just look at the form displayed in this string of racist expletives! Wonderful. Simply wonderful."
- The "Dangerously Cheesy" issue, where people throw cheese at unpopular politicians, has the two... relatively normal options of either allowing the populace to express themselves that way, or arresting those people and the author of the political cartoon responsible. And then there's this...
"Arrrrrgh!" screams lactose-intolerant Anne-Marie Patel, a member of the public safety board, as incoming rounds of mature gouda smash the windows and claim the suits of several nearby advisors. "As I've been saying for many years now, cheese is a dangerous weapon in the wrong hands and should be outlawed. Ban all cheese now, and enforce it!"