I'll cut you some slack because I suffered from the same problem in the past. A lot of these things it seem you just pulled out of thin air, which takes a bit of practice to get right. There were a few things that I thought were funny (like giving a Rubik's cube to Muslims and calling it sacred, very good idea), but the rest is a bit dull. I would suggest looking around the site and find out what the really good shit is. For most people it takes a few tries to write a really good article.
It's certainly a good idea if you can pull it of, but you're catering to a very small audience, I expect, who want to see you make fun of this person (see my own article Jaco Pastorius for another example of this).
Prose and formatting:
The format is good, but there are a few spelling mistakes and the sentences jump around quite a bit. These are some of the dangers of writing about things you pulled out of thin air and haven't given a lot of thought.
Add more. Use Photoshop to make some good pictures if you can't find any. The one you have isn't particularly funny, and it doesn't really seem to have a joke in it.
Not really good for much more than a few brief laughs. The reoccurring jokes like the ones about fungus and pepperoni pizza were almost pitiful, and got to be pretty damn annoying.
It seems as though the subject is a bit obscure, try to tie it in with things that are more familiar to the average reader. Don't go trying to force articles, let ideas come to you. Slowly you will get better at this. Above all rememeber to be funny and not just random.