Written by Ross Douglas
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Tuesday, 27 April 2004

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Internet giants Google and Amazon today were charged under the homelands security act with supporting terrorism today after a White House aide typed 'Anthrax' into Google search and was shocked to find the following statement.

"Anthrax available in limited stocks at Amazon.com"

A spokesperson for Amazon said in a press conference today "We fully admit to having limited stocks of Anthrax in just now. we hope to have our supply sorted out by the end of the week."

When a member of the press asked why the company stocks anthrax at all the spokesperson remarked "Well, they are a very popular band and demand for their recordings are high"

When the pressman asked if anyone from Amazon had tried to tell the Whitehouse that it was the popular rock band the spokesperson said "We tried to tell them but they weren't listening, much like when Hans Blix told them Iraq had no WMD's"

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