Seattle, WA — Local satirical magazine Hard Copy writer Mark Wilson has, in a recent article, changed the way Seattle University student Emma Jefferson thought about an issue. “Oh I’ve never thought about it that way before” said Emma after reading one of Wilson’s articles “I’m really glad satire exists as a way for me to realize the ludicracy of some of my opinions”.
“Satire is really known for shifting opinions of entire cultures” stated Professor of Communications Erwin Salem at the University of Washington “satire ended slavery, started the American revolution, and even lead to the invention of sliced bread!”
At time of press, it was reported that Emma was now waiting at Light Rail stations and passing out fliers about “Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ”. Mark Wilson has yet to be reached for comment.