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Thursday, 2 December 2010

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Brett Favre's Minnesota apartment. (Photo courtesy of Jenn Sterger).

CHICAGO - Wikileaks has over 250,000 documents. And filed among the vast volume is a sports document which states that a Los Angeles based group headed by talk show host Larry King has had several conversations with the owner of the NFL Minnesota Vikings about moving the team from "The Land of The Tundra" west to "The Land of The Tinsel."

Larry King, who reportedly has more money than Mel Gibson, Jay Leno, Kathy Griffin, and Idaho combined, says that their is one concrete stipulation.

He pointed out that Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, who has been in the NFL for 36 years, going back to when they had wooden goal posts, face mask-less helmets, and rather plain cheerleaders, must be convinced that he needs to retire his old ass.

King said that the 61-year-old Favre has about as much business still playing football as 89-year-old Cloris Leachman has of having her vagina vajazzled.

The aging Favre has stated publicly that he will continue playing football even if he has to do so using a walker.

Larry King, who is retiring from his talk show, has mentioned that he will be keeping the team's name, but that he will change it to VI-Kings, in honor of L.A.'s largest and most notorious gang, the Sixth Street Kings.

For an update of developing developments on this story log on to www.larrykingandthevikings.old

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