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Monday, 14 September 2009

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Bonesman Dubya's Skull 'N' Bones fratname is Bong

New Haven - (Poison Ivy League): Osteoporosis division Bonesmen are in a stew and shitting bricks.

The FBI says it's found Annie Le's body in a basement crack factory 'along with the stolen skulls of Martin Van Buren, Geronimo, and Pancho Villa'.

The missing Yale pharmacology doctoral student had been buried into a laboratory wall of a Yale School of Medicine building on Amistad Street in New Haven.

"We ain't rulin' out neither that maybe her ancestors were aboard the 19th-century Spanish schooner on which kidnapped Africans rebelled and took control," the precinct sergeant said today.

Former Bonesman and forty third president of the United States George W Bush's Foundation has invested heavily in the pharmacology industry for maintenance income.

At Senator Ted Kennedy's funeral last month Dubya's hooter glowed crimson and his nostrils looked frayed.

In 1998 another female student was found murdered on campus, a Skull 'N' Bones 'omerta' mark tattooed on her tongue.

George Bush Senior's Skull 'N' Bones code name is Magog.

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