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Friday, 28 March 2014

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Forgot about the Muslims.

Mel Gibson may be slipping back into his old ways again and that's not good news for his fans.

"No one wants him anymore and he was near the top of the trade about three years ago", stated one producer who knows Gibson and asked not to be named.

"I was just wondering", stated Gibson. "I didn't mean anything by it. It was a simple question. There should be statistics."

According to the American Medical Association a low number of Jewish and Muslims get the Swine Flu, probably because they have avoided eating pork for many generations.

"That's what I thought", stated Gibson and walked off without an explanation.

Actually a lot of Jews and Muslims will not take the shot because it contains some of the pork they are trying to avoid.

"The problem here is Mel Gibson even asking unless he's getting ready to convert to Islam or Judaism which I much doubt", says one source. "It wouldn't do him any good because it's a generation thing."

The AMA says that just about anyone can get the Swine flu, Chicken flu, Bird flu, etc.

"Mr Gibson just needs to give the whole thing a rest."

Later we followed Gibson and he told us all it was about was a bar bet and that he was going to collect.

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