Sunday, April 14, 2013

CDC Takes Over The Old Hotel Marshall To Find Cause Of Rampant Local Skin Disorder

              Photo by Steve Stein 

The federal Center for Disease Control (CDC) has recently taken over the only skyscrapper in the sleepy little east Texas town of Marshall, Texas to conduct a full environmental study trying to locate the cause of a rampant local pellagra-like skin condition known as cutis rhomboidalis nuchae, or "redneckism." The program will study all suspected sources including yellow heels, crackers, hayseeds and trash without pigment.
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