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Friday, 4 May 2007

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Queen Elizabeth II Pulls Sneak Visit to Cal Jennings

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Jamestown, VA - Queen Elizabeth II arrived in Jamestown, VA today to recognize the 400th anniversary of England's first permanent English settlement. It is the kickoff for "America's Anniversary Weekend" extravaganza May 11-13.

The weekend will conclude with the performance of a 400-piece orchestra and a 1,607-voice choir created for the commemoration and representing most of the United States.

Some sources say that this is a ruse to hide the Queen meeting with TheSpoof.com's presidential candidate CalJennings. They say that she actually arrived in Virginia because it was close to West Virginia, but wouldn't arouse suspicion. She is expected to heavily fund CalJennings' campaign and has been considering funding TheSpoof.com which was recently named as "the best sources for current events available online" (see 'The Spoof' most accurate online news source) and for which every writer has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize (see The Spoof Writers Win Award. She hopes that then TheSpoof.com will actually pay its writers.

Should CalJennings win the election, Queen Elizabeth II will have Tony Blair and George Bush beheaded and relations between the U.K. and the U.S. will improve dramatically. CalJennings will NOT be attending the Bush/Blair wedding.

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