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Monday, 28 May 2007

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Washington - Rootass:- A recent article on the satirical website TheSpoof.com, has caused a bit of a flap in the Al Gore camp, due to a link from another website got some people thinking it was real news.

The article written by Queen Mudder, a baker of tasty cakes and part time satirist, told how the British Government handed Al Gore £25 Million ($75 Billion US) for left over copies of the mind blowingly horrific movie, An Inconvenient Truth, in which, Mr Gore explains why we have to kill the environment before it kills us.

Apparently, there are certain parties in America that didn't realise that this was a "SPOOF" article and believed that Al Gore was actually taking kick backs from the British Government.

Albert Gore
had some serious explaining to do, his real financial backers had got wind of the satirical article and demanded that the one time, next president of the US of A, come clean and emancipate the feline from its woven fabric hold all.

Fortunately, Al was able to divert disaster and showed his task masters TheSpoof.com and all its risible writings and writers, thus proving that there was no basis to the allegations of any wrong doing.

A spokesperson from Gores underground lair said. "Al is actually quite happy with the outcome. Whilst looking through the pages of The Spoof.com, he has come up with three more film ideas, invented a recipe for fin soup and taken into his employ, several writers who will be assisting him draft future speeches etc"

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