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Monday, 25 May 2009

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A Blast From The Past

(Pyongyang, N Korea)-- Today's underground nuclear test on the Korean Peninsula already has an unexpected consequence. Godzilla has been set lose, and he is now attacking the outskirts of Pyongyang. A second nuclear bomb was exploded to kill the monster, but it has failed. The president has been notified of the situation and the United Nations is meeting in a special session. The entire Far East is under the shadow of the radioactive, prehistoric beast.

Reports from North Korea indicate Godzilla has been upgraded for the 21st Century. Godzilla is aware of global warming and doesn't use fire anymore. He now uses microwave and sonic beams to destroy cities and towns. The monster only kills humans too; and he leaves protected species and wetland areas alone.

Nuclear scientists fear Godzilla could destroy the entire world. They expect the he will attack Seoul after he destroys Pyongyang and then turn his attention to Japan. The West Coast of the United States just went under an emergency evacuation order.

Military and political leaders from around the world are presently studying old Godzilla movies from the 1950's. They are trying to get some idea how to kill the crazed, radioactive pest. Late reports from Washington say actor Matthew Broderick is consulting with Barack Obama about this very dangerous situation.

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