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Tuesday, 11 May 2010

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One of the Indonesian whorehouses that was damaged by the 7.4 earthquake.

JAKARTA - A powerful 7.4 earthquake has hit the Northern Sumatra area of Indonesian causing some damage to buildings, homes, some fast food restaurants, a huge piñata factory, and 14 whorehouses.

Hung Fufi Maliwan, III, a part-time meteorologist with Jakarta's TV station WHOR stated that the 50 foot tsunami that was feared turned out to only be a 3 inch tsunami.

Maliwan did note that the 7.4 bitch, as earthquakes are referred to in Indonesia did manage to stifle the volcanic rumblings of Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano.

Many of the world's experts in volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, and cooking are baffled as to how an earthquake in Indonesia could affect a volcano in Iceland, which is almost 8,000 miles away.

One expert, Jose De Las Enchiladas, 74, of Panama said that he has a theory that the reason is due to kinetic logistical osmosis of a flora-fauna nature. In other words it boils down to genetic makeup of the earthquake's epicenter DNA as it is related to the earth's stimulus package.

To learn more about this truly amazing phenomenon as well as the negative effects of feeding tainted hay to a herd of cattle log on to www.amazingfactualfacts.wow

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