Written by dutch

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Pop svengali Simon Cowell is said to be very worried about the damage to his health radiation from the Fuchiyama Nuclear Plant could cause if it wafts across on the wind to the United States.

Simon is erring on the side of caution and is to have a 'fall out' shelter built for him and his coterie of beautiful women. Simon Cowell believes that there is a serious risk to human health and he is building a big underground bunker which will be for him and his best friends.

He has instructed nuclear engineers that it must be sterile and it must be equipped with food and water and clean fresh air and able to help him to survive for at least a year underground. He believes the following precautions are prudent and necessary. He does not believe he is over-reacting and is concerned that his lovely life could be threatened by the melt-down of the nuclear plant in Japan.

He does not appear to be concerned about the plight of the Japanese people who have not panicked but are still continuing to go to work. It is the wealthy foreigners who are panicking and are leaving the country and are going to Singapore or Taiwan as a precaution.

Simon is concerned that the success of the American X-Factor could be threatened if contestants are unable to participate if the nuclear power plant melts down and life in America grinds to a halt.

The paranoid Americans are worried that is the end-game and that we are living in the end days and that the end of the world or the apocalypse is nigh.

Brits are carrying on as normal and are keeping a stiff upper lip the spirit of the blitz has prepared us to cope with a grim scenario and life carries on and people are using the underground as normal.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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