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Topics: Susan Boyle, Canada

Saturday, 29 May 2010

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This day will indeed go down in history, today, the C.N. Tower, in Toronto, Canada, collapsed.

It is reported that no one important was injured, only 250 Subo fanatics who were heading to the Restaurant to dine as guests of Canuck William, an avid Subo fanatic who is known worldwide for not wearing pants in public.

It is believed that the weight of the Subo fanatics' wallets and purses had not been taken into account when they ascended the Tower, via elevators (lifts) to eat in the famous landmark restaurant.

Sad to say, one fanatic was carrying 10,000 copies of Susan's first C.D. (apparently he won't leave home without them)......and when the tower collapsed they were scattered around Toronto by high winds and gravity.

This particular fanatic was taken to hospital. He suffered no physical injuries but was said to be 'crying like a baby' at the loss of his l0,000 C.D.s

He is offering a reward of $200.25 American, for the return of each C.D. The 25 cents for the return of every C.D. will be donated to the beloved site he belongs to.

(Sorry, no dangling participles allowed: 'to the beloved site to which he belongs!)

When asked where the donations go, he answered,

"I don't know and I don't care!"

Subo fanatics have promised to help fund the rebuilding of the C.N. Tower and are said to be making a 'quilt' to be auctioned off in an effort to raise money for the cause.

Each square will 'house' a religious quotation in 24 carat gold thread, and for an extra $25 you can have your name and location added.

Also, for a donation of $10.00 per prayer, the now well-known 'Clappy Twins' will offer up prayers and include a free blessing towards this 'cause'.

When asked WHY, the one with short hair said,

"We know Susan has relatives here in Canada and we feel so troubled that we did, indeed, cause the C.N. Tower to collapse.

We really ought to have followed the rule to leave all 'heavy objects' in the lobby before we headed into the elevator.

Now we must repent and help rebuild this famous landmark in Toronto even though it does not 'hold a candle' to The Statue of Liberty."

More as this story unfolds.

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