WASHINGTON, D.C. - Hollywood actor George Clooney, 50, traveled to the nation's capital with his father Nick Clooney, 78, in order to protest at the Sudan Embassy.
George and Nick Clooney met with the Sudanese Vice-Ambassador Al Farooba Dongbadabob. George stressed the economical fact that it is totally wrong for the Sudan to be selling grade A oil to Peru and Laos while selling the United States the much cheaper grade B oil at the same price.
Clooney pointed out that he had documented evidence from one of California's leading petroleum chemists, Ketchum "Bunsen Burner" Yamanaka, 53, that grade A oil is made up of 97 percent oil whereas grade B oil is only comprised of 87 percent oil.
He noted that the other 13 percent includes ingredients such as camel hair, rug threads, palm tree seeds, and desert sand.
Vice-Ambassador Dongbadabob became very upset and started calling both Clooney's some very strong expletives in Sudanese.
A reporter for the political magazine The Political Salad Bar, Sinclair Petaluma, who is highly proficient in Sudanese as well as in Peruvian, Japanese, and Cherokee, stated that Dongbadabob referred to the Clooney's as chipmunk sweat and sand crab pee, which in the Sudan are extremely derogatory terms.
Dongbadabob had George and Nick Clooney arrested for an alleged attempt to incite a riot.
Six other individuals were also arrested along with the Clooneys and they included three United States representatives, two paralegals, and a White House intern named Babette Lewinsky, no relation to the infamous Monica "Blue Dress" Lewinsky.
Political Salad Bar Magazine stated that George Clooney wants his legion of loyal fans to know that this incident will not in anyway affect his May-December relationship with his extremely sexy girlfriend 5-foot-11-inch Stacy Keibler, 32.
He also pointed out that it will have absolutely no bearing whatsoever on the upcoming release of his new TouchRock Films motion picture epic with Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Mel Gibson, and Sofia Vergara entitled, The Vampire Chasers of Calcutta.
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