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Tuesday, 7 May 2013

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Chauncy Daubenmire

Ben Africa, noted authority on African animals, and recent "chair" in the athletic department at Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana revealed that he had possibly discovered a "Little Foot" in the Juba area in South Sudan.

He admitted that they were looking for a cache of stolen jewels, that had been reported to be hidden in that area by Bono Banghezzi, a noted jewel thief who had been incarcerated in the Maula prison and admitted to the theft prior to his incarceration.

Africa related how he had tripped on a fallen Baobab limb and noticed small footprints in the muddy terrain, and as he looked up, he caught a glimpse of a small furry figure running into the bush. He said the odor of cucumbers lingered in the air. "It was kinda like that salad thing, you know with the cucumbers and the onions, and I think vinegar, and some folks add a little sugar to it, quite good," he stated.

His sighting have re-invigorated the hunt for the furry little, thought to be, mythical creature.

Chauncy Daubenmire, area game warden chimed in, "We would like to locate a Little Foot, perhaps a link to the past, an unknown part of the puzzle, located, and, I suppose in a selfish way, we would like him to perhaps, well, there are so many fur balls under the furniture at the Game Warden Lounge, well, we thought that maybe, well he's not very tall, well, you get the picture, and he may be able to perform his dusting without our purchasing a mop, all that fur."

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