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Posted: 25 Apr 21 20:36

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Prince Phillip’s DNA has been isolated from the newest most lethal contagious mutation of the Sars-Cov-2 virus, the virus which causes COVID-19. Dr. Hedd Gupta of Delhi Polytechnic, which made the identification, told our undercover investigative reporter that unmistakable matches to the previously late Prince Phillip’s DNA prove that he lives in the form of a new virus plaguing India. “We…...

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Posted: 25 Apr 21 20:37
Nice editing!


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Posted: 26 Apr 21 18:16
We were always advised NEVER to poke fun at the recent dead. Obviously this information was not adhered to by this writer.

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