It's hard to find news with no spin, especially when pretty much the only thing you read is Ping Pong Quarterly. For news that skews funny, check up on The Seattle Salmon.
Operating under the motto "please don't sue us", this self-described "fairly weak", but actually decently insightful attempt to make people laugh is an Onion-ish news site featuring articles/editorials lampooning Northwest stereotypes/events, and is scribed by a largely anonymous -- and possibly Everett-based -- crew of "2 beautiful humorists and 98 ugly ones" -- convenient, as most of them can work from home(ly). Topics range from media standards like politics (the only site to report the state's budget woes were solved thanks to a Nigerian money transfer offer), to local news (an Eastside couple gives up their daughter because she "got in the way of (their) dog's lifestyle"), to sports headlines revealing that "Lofa Tatupu Still Hasn't Seen the Fourth Season of HBO's The Wire" -- a story that clearly couldn't have been written by a Stringer. Less conventional coverage includes "Business Vs. Culture" (hint, business wins!) with stories about Starbucks' creation of a 96oz 'Jabba' drink size, and a hipster invasion of Bremerton's tent city, which is actually just located wherever they're playing that scene with Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis.
Other goodness includes featured bloggers of the week, and mock testimonials from local luminaries like Bill Gates (who apparently used to buy pot from The SS); they also tempt people to submit stories to the site with the promise of warm beer -- as for what you send in, just make sure it's not too pong.