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Tuesday, 13 February 2007

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Cracking local nuts proved a difficulty

London - (Rioters): The National Academy of Creationist Sciences Symposium in London has heard how chimpanzees in West Africa used stone tools to erect Africa's first Creationist museum off the Ivory Coast some 4,300 years ago.

The skills were probably inherited from the chimps' common ancestor, an evangelical preacher cum protein-defying ageing pancake salesman called Reverend Pat Robertson.

A leading professor of evolutionary revision told the Symposium that he had found evidence that the chimps used tools for "smashing nuts of anybody disagreeing with Creationist principles" before building a humunguous erection housing the first African collection of Creationist artefacts.

"The chimps had to crack an awful lot of local nuts to get their erection", said the leading academic.

The Noulo site is said to rival similar Creationist remains discovered last month among the ruins of Stonehenge in the UK.

It will feature on a new Creationist archaeological world tour that a Kansas holiday operator has put together for US Bile Belt enthusiasts keen to hone their hysterical facts of mankind's origins.

Pat Robertson is 73.

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