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Tuesday, 14 August 2007

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Sarkozy, sar-CASM…get it?

A current United States president, speaking under the conditions of anonymity, told our people today that he and senior oval office staff are looking into the possibilities that several long-standing treaties and agreements with numerous European nations could be invalidated due to "the generally insincere natures of the indigenous peoples."

"Look," the source continued, "it's no secret that the French and the English - just to name a couple - have always been sarcastic, right? So who's to say they weren't being sarcastic when they formed alliances and trade agreements? I mean, how come nobody noticed this? Look at the name of the new French president - his name is Nicholas Sarkozy. Sarkozy, sar-CASM, … get it? Y'see?"

Phone calls made to England and France by our people were told they would not accept the charges and not to put us through.

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