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Saturday, 29 January 2011

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Will YOU be there when it matters?

Newspaper Headlines tell of the humble house sparrow's probable demise should the proposal to let the bustard population rise in Britain be realized.

We interviewed many people on the streets of London and discovered that not many people know what a bustard is, in fact, they thought we were talking about bastards, which the bustard supporters are turning out to be.

A group of Cockney Sparrow lovers have mounted a campaign. It is named 'Adopt A Sparrow and Save Britain'. For a mere ten pounds per month you can adopt a sparrow, in fact, you can adopt more than one.

Justin Beiber has agreed to be President of the Cockney Sparrow campaign in an effort to make little girls and little boys sit up and take notice of the plight of our tiny feathered friends.

You will be sent a picture of your adopted bird and monthly updates on its well-being.

A rally is being held this coming Sunday to protest the bustards . Justin Beiber will be singing the National Anthem (the 'God Save The Queen' one)

If you wish to attend, just turn up at the Pig and Whistle on Oxford St. (London, England) anytime after opening time and you can add your name to the petition which is going to be forwarded to the bastards who started the bustard issue.

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