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Thursday, 11 January 2007

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"Yes, you love watching Friends don't you?"

Not to be out done by Madonna and Bradgelina many celebrities are searching out orphaned ethnic diversity across the world.

George Lopez star of the George Lopez show has been seen in Thailand looking for a Thai baby to bring home. Apparently babies in Thailand are easily accessible for adoption,

Jennifer Aniston, crying out to be heard has made enquiries in the Australian out back trying desperately to locate a small Aboriginal child or baby to wisk off to home.

Iron Mike Tyson is apparently shopping for English children when ask why Mike said, "the English are so pasty white I just got to have me one".

Ellen Degeneres is looking for a straight male baby to raise in lesbian bliss.

Lucy Lu was spotted in Siberia, left flanking all comers asking about Russian waifs.

Michael Jackson is looking into adopting an entire preschool of Mccully Culkin look alike's.

Oprah just placed 100 African children and two white ones in a new school and learning center.

Wesley Snipes was headed to Alaska to see about scoring a pair of Eskimo pups. Wesley said "nobody's going to have Eskimos. That's why I want Eskimos".

And last but not least Jay Leno headed to South America to look into a litter of Spanish kids.

Five years from now the Malibu first grade is going to resemble a mini United Nations.

Racial diversity and the free market at it's finest.


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Jan 11 2007

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