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Saturday, 10 November 2007

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At the invitation of Lord Tough-Buck, Chancellor of DeeDee University London, Mr and Sheik Osama Bin Laden gave a speech in front of five distinguished guests that includes Ms. Rice, Mr. Blair, Mr. Chaney, Mr. Scooter and Mr. Bush.

The University Hall was sounding high from the clapping of distinguished guests at numerous occasions during speech.

Mr. Chaney found saying, "I took it whole heartedly".

While Mr. Blair said, "Wow!" Mr. Blair went on saying, "If, Mr. Bin could collect one Billion Pound, I will be ready to propose him as Lord Laden".

Ms. Rice commented, "Oh! Ladi's speech was colorful", she informed that she calls him Ladi since the beginning.

Mr. Bush said, "He cannot comment because he is the President". However, suddenly Mr. Bush said "easy cash".

Mr. Bin Laden was paid 0.911 million pounds in cash as honoraria for delivering such a magnificent speech on "hiding".

In his speech, he described to how to hide. He said:

You need three things to hide:

1-two legs,
2-one Nato,

And,

3-a lot of wives.

He said that you could not hide if the Commander In chief is not as qualified as Mr. Bush. At this point, he got down from the dice and bowed Mr. Bush and thanked him to that Mr. Bush replied "my pleasure".

Mr. Bin, then, returned to the dice and said loudly "I was able to hide because of this noble Gentleman Mr. Bush" he pointed his first finger to the noblest Mr. Bush.

He further said, "You need a camel face, a desert heart and a solid friend at the top level of players to be a terrorist". He said that an of shore oil company with a billion dollar investment is enough to have a solid friend in a selective rank.

He said, "Look at me! I am a terrorist by birth, I am invincible while I am in front of all of you; this is called quality tact of a terrorist".

He then addressed the respectable audience behind closed doors without camera and without Reporters and left the Hall.

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