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Friday, 8 June 2007

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Somewhere Orbiting Earth - The completion of Paul Wolfowitz's Deathstar has now shifted six weeks to the right -- far behind schedule -- due to a dispute between competing longshoremen's unions. The heated dispute between the International Longshoremen's Association and the International Longshoremen's Union has interrupted shipments of critical lumber and steel needed to finish the project.

"The great irony about the entire thing is that these events here on Earth are preventing Mr. Wolfowitz from finishing his Deathstar, which he ultimately intends to use to destroy the world," said one pundit.

Wolfowitz could only be reached through his lawyers, who say that he is furious about the impasse and feels it is a deliberate attempt to prevent him from dominating the globe.

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