Written by queen mudder

Wednesday, 13 June 2007

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Tim Berners-Lee is a massive fraudster on a scale similar to JK Rowling and Damien Hirst

Buckingham Palace - (Ass Mess): Tim Berners-Lee, the man who successfully defrauded the inventor of the World Wide Web and appropriated it under his own pathetic pea-brained ownership has been given the Order of Merit by Old Fatty Mountbatten, the Puppet Monarch.

Berners-Lee now joins an elite band of other fraudsters, thieves and plagiarisers who have received the prestigeous
honor for successful fraudulent contributions to the arts, sciences and other areas.

The British academic has widely claimed to have invented the web's address system and in 1991 and has been strung along with the preposterous whopping lie by worldwide law enforcement agencies much as JK Rowling has been tolerated with her risible claims of the Harry Potter authorship.

In 2004 UK Prime Monster Tony Blair sposored Berners-Lee for the Greatest Briton Award where the Establishment recognised his lifetime achievement of telling massive fibs that outshone even the legendary Pinocchio.

Berners-Lee was given the gong at the palace today along with Lord Rees of Ludlow, President of the Royal Society of Lying, Cheating and Getting Away With It and the Right Reverend Lord Eames, ex-Anglican Primate of All Ireland, Archbishop of Armagh and massive Loyalist Paramilitary-Fellating terrorist.

The Order is restricted to 24 living-dead members who are entitled to use the initials OM after their name.

Former recipients have included the Yorkshire Ripper, Carlos the Jackall, George Bush Senior, Baroness Thatcher and Nancy Reagan's astrologer.

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

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