Written by Bureau

Wednesday, 13 May 2009

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Einstein's Theory On UFO's Found Also

A spokesman for The Einstein announced today that a box of unknown papers that belonged to Albert Einstein has been discovered in Pavia, Italy where he once lived.

Inside the box, along with many "Girl Goodies" of the day, showing plenty of ankle and some French one which showed everything else, were some more theories that the famous scientist was working on plus some notes to himself and some romance letters from someone who signed them, "Lou Lou".

The theory most completed was the T or Terrorism equals Post Menstrual Syndrome Times Weight. With the formula, he had writings from half a dozen husbands of the day, none that we knew, who stated that a 100 pound woman with PMS could "fairly hairlip a male of over 150 pounds. So, you must at all costs, stay away from a fat lady at the circus."

Then Einstein theorized that, according to his belief that all things were made up of energy, "a terrorist who would blow himself up in a suicidal frenzy was at the same rage as a woman with PMS times her weight.

Apparently Einstein only used the answers that men had sent him by post, from the questionaire he had mailed. Einstein had already learned to be "on the road" at certain times.

"There are many more theories", stated Fergus Lambchop, director of the American Institute of Physics but we mut examine this theory more closely first, because of our day and time where the terrorist strikes here, there and everywhere."

If we can come up with a solution for PMS, we could place it in the drinking waters of terrorists worldwide!"

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

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Topics: Terrorism, Einstein




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