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01/09/2007 11:14 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

EXCLUSIVE: THE HUFFPO KIDZ!

A press release! A press release!

PRESS RELEASE
EMBARGO DATE: January 9 2007, 3 pm

NEW CHILDREN'S BLOG FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS WHO ARE CHILDREN AT HEART

Hot on the success of ten year-old Della Turque-Henneberg's post about her afternoon with Nancy Pelosi, the Huffington post is announcing its launch of the first blog written by children for children and adults who think like children. Called "Huffpo Kidz!," the blog will feature offspring whose hyphenated last names only hint at the sensitive political world that accurately mirrors those of their thoughtful parents. Says one insider: "The blog targets adults who would never question whether a joke about Dick Cheney dying was really written by a ten year old!" True to the nature of the Huffington Post, none of the children - all sperm/ovum adhesions of Washington insiders, celebrities, and vegan elites - will not be paid a cent for their work. As to whether this violates any child labor laws, one person close to the blog says, "You're never too young to start giving back to the community. My eight month old, for example, is already blogging about racist right-wing Christians."

New Blogs to be featured include:

"Sometimes I feel bad for our Maids," by Patches Sarandon-Robbins, age 6

"Things my Gardener Taught me," by Lorelai Frey-Peterson, age 5

"Bullies and Meanies from Hitler to Bush" an exclusive social studies project by the Brentwood Gardens second grade class. Timeline provided by Driftwood Walker-Lampley, age 6

"Gay, black and Five," by Arson Willliams-Davis, age 5

"I love our new Plane!" by Lorelie Lennard-David, age 3

"Who needs a sister anyway! Or why I support My Mommy's 'decision' - by Moccasin Affleck-Garner, age 2

What my mom's new casual boyfriend means to me" By Raddison Baldwin-Basinger, age 3

"Immigration reform: If The Bad Men Build A Fence, who will pick me up from soccer practice and make me dinner?" by Cancun Zeta-Jones Douglas, age 3 1/2

"Kill me so that you may live!" by January Cruise-Holmes, currently a stem cell housed in a polyurethane substrate with minute scale topography


If you would like your child to write for the HUFFPO KIDZ!, please send us a writing sample on your blackberry. You must, however be rich, famous, or somehow a mix of both. For even more information, don't go here.