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Saturday, 13 September 2008

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Al Gore forgot to tell us that deadly pollution can be pretty

Castle Cement's Ribblesdale works in Clitheroe, Lancashire has been found to create one of the most beautiful sunsets in all of the Britain upon whose once great empire the sun reputedly never set. The bad news is that the glowing orange-red evening skies are the result of carcinogenic pollutant particles and enough carbon dioxide to warm all of Sarah Palin and her Alaska.

The even better news is that the EU has been distributing carbon permits to help reduce emissions believed to be responsible for global warming. The worst side of this good news is that an innumerable amount of permits have gone out which will create a renewed flood of air pollution and filthy windfall profits for the whoremaster corporations selling the excess permits.

Meanwhile Lancashire has produced a new video to lure tourists to the "devastatingly beautiful killer sunsets".

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