Mark Ruffalo on Terrorist Watchlist

Funny story written by Lady Godiva

Tuesday, 30 November 2010

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Try and light YOUR tapwater....

Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo has been added to a US terror advisory list after he promoted a documentary about the effects of natural gas drilling.

Mark Ruffalo was placed on the US terror advisory watch list after he arranged screenings for the "Gasland" documentary which chronicles communities affected by a boom in natural gas drilling.

In Pennsylvania the film, written and directed by Josh Fox, shows a resident who is able to set fire to his tap water.

What's the world coming to? The only way anyone would be capable of setting fire to his tap water, is if the tap water was not really tap water and was a highly flammable clear liquid. There are many such liquids about.

There needs to be a new political party whose ONLY directive is 'to check all clear liquids.' Party members should be recruiting volunteers to go around the country/world looking for, and testing, all clear liquids to ascertain which are flammable and which are not.

Whilst they are carrying out these tests, everyone in the world should be warned to avoid ALL clear liquids at all costs.

This sounds like it will be an impossible feat...but just put it to the people ....CLEAR LIQUIDS MAY RESULT IN INEVITABLE DEATH TO YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES.

This proclamation is CERTAIN to bring out some great ideas from he populous as to how to counteract this threat.

Having written the above - can anyone in their right mind believe this to be true?

Mark Ruffalo is innocent of this accusation. I'm having t-shirts printed to this effect.

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

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