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Topics: France, Sarkozy, iPod

Saturday, 29 May 2010

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Hey George, can me and my beyotches crash here, buddy?

Over 500 French technophiles waited in line for several hours at the Apple store, in the Louvre's shopping center, for the chance to buy an iPad, which went on sale yesterday.

Fearing that the iPad owners are already stronger than France's combined military strength, French president Nicolas Sarkozy immediately surrendered the country to them.

"It is with a heavy heart that I say that we must stop fighting today," said Sarkozy, as he prepared to flee in a military helicopter, along with senior staff members and 10 or 15 young women, none of whom were Carla Bruni.

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was said to be also 'troubled' by the news, but seeking comfort with more than double the number of women as Sarkozy.

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