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Tuesday, 30 January 2007

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Sonogram of Abbé Pierre's Post-Resurrection Love Child

Author of the DaVinci Clod, a hair-raising tale of a clod of dirt from the infamous Garden of Eden passed down through the successive generations to a modern day Eve and her lesbian lover and mother of her children with Christ's genetic code, has announced plans to immortalize the dead and risen Abbé Pierre.

Do people think it is just a coincidence that Pierre means Peter and that Peter comes from the Greek Petros which is a direct translation of the Aramaic Cephas and Stallone's modern Christ figure-pugilist is named "Rocky"? This "Rocky" has a guru named Mick and a consort named Adrian. This can't be an accident!

Brown droned on in the spirit of his novels and the disastrous film Opie made from the detritus: "Is it possible that the Apostle Peter was reincarnated in the personage of the Abbé? And that he realized his first century sexual fantasy by coupling with the modern day Magdalene in the form of whore turned disciple of Pierre, Marie M.

"Did his resurrection lead to the conception of a love child? Could his suspicious death have been the result of a top secret coven that despises rocks and everything that has anything to do with them?

"Is this the same group that has tried to sabotage every Rocky film including the classics where he appears with the brilliant master of the "Old Vic", Bullwinkle?"

Brown might have gone on and on and on with his ridiculous non sequiturs had his publicist not kicked him in the shins and suggested that if anyone was still interested they would have to buy the book and/or see the film which promises to use old out-takes from the Andy Griffith Show to spice up the turgid drama.

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