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Wednesday, 28 March 2012

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New luxury habitat for the rich and famous; only a Virgin Airway's ticket away!

Super-Earths orbiting red dwarf stars have been discovered and on hearing this brand new discovery, Virgin Airways has set up a hot-line for people interested in moving to some of them.

They are planning regular flights to the planets and Pickfords Removal Company are offering people who want to escape our filthy, corrupt planet, special super-space removal deals. The flights and removal costs are quite expensive, but the hot-line has been melting-down with many super-rich people hoping for an escape route.

Criminality, the environment, high taxes, gang-warfare, wars in general, unhealthy food, corrupt politicians, no faith in god anymore, drugs, the Pope, President Obama, multi-culti meltdown, spread of Islam, Al Qaeda, terrorists generally, African refugees, famines in Africa, tsunamis, Posh & David Beckham, fear of a nuclear war with Iran, etc, etc, are all reasons given why the rich and famous just want to escape from planet earth. They are even willing to give up their Ferrari's, Rolls Royces, high security, high-walled, barbed-wired luxury homes, yachts, Rolex's, anything in fact as long as they can find a new habitat, all together and as far away as possible from earth.

Sir Richard Branson has also promised to join them on a one-way ticket and Wayne Rooney too; but only after Man United have won the championship for a twentieth time and he has the time to slip out of his mansion without Coleen noticing!

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