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Monday, 24 May 2010

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The Almighty is creating another planet so far away that destructive humans can never reach it, thank God!

In far off galaxies cannibal planets have been observed gobbling up their neighbours and scientists are convinced that God is busy proving to us that he really exists.

They believe that God is so unhappy with his major creation, planet earth and the creatures that are gradually destroying it, humans, that he wants to create another planet similar to "Mother Earth"!

Scientists are saying that planets with certain properties are being ordered to gobble up others with different properties so they can form a planet with all of the elements required for a different form of human existence.

This different form of "human being" are being given different brain cells so they don't end up being the same as their terrestrial counterparts on earth who are generally, greedy, destructive bastards!

God, speaking through his earthly representatives (not Catholic priests by the way!) have received the following message:

"I the almighty one am sick to death of you greedy, ignorant, destructive, egoistic bastards and have decided to abandon you."

"I'm creating another planet so far away that you can never reach it and destroy it, hasta la vista babies, and as for my competitor, Allah, he can have you all!"

Virgin Airways are planning flights to the new planet but God has promised Sir Richard Branson a "very hot" welcome if he ever gets near it!

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