Written by Candice Hitler

Thursday, 11 October 2007

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Used X-Factor band 'Hearsay' as evidence.

Nearly man and fame-seeking environ-'mentalist' Al Gore's new film 'Things What Have Been Done Bad To The Planet' is not only factually ridiculous it is also insufferably dull and voiced by Bilko rip-off and fast-witted postwar feline 'Topcat' a teacher in a school has revealed today.

Lines such as 'Err the ice things are melting because of nucular warming and excessive milking of cattle Officer Dibble' have been derided as 'laughable' and 'without any base in reality on earth'

Teachers in schools of children who go to school have been forced to show pupils the film as part of an 'awareness of the stupidity and over-sensationalism of Al Gore' campaign that the government is spearheading.

Whale saving and boho moral high-horse riding organisation Greenpeace has defended Mr Gore's attempt at film making but conceded that most facts were taken from sources ranging from 'what they heard on a bus' to 'my brother told me and he has part of a degree in woodwork'.

4 legged house pet-ty criminal Topcat is said to be apologetic for his role in 'dumbing down Britain's kids even more than usual' but is reported to be elated at his return to the limelight with a possible starring role in a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's uneventful avian thriller 'The Birds'.

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

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