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Weird Greens, George Wobblebottom, and Coke!!!

"The Weird Greens raise an important point about Coke addiction. We think that the acidic effects of this so-called soft drink and its addictive effects render it a substance that should be strictly regulated." said Sister Psychotica SM, Corrective Party spokesnun today

"There is no doubt that coke can have awful effects, but there's a ridiculous double standard going on here, which Jim Andropause doesn't realise. Let us say Mark Toddblackadder does his usual sterling performance, and gets a gold or three."

"If George Wobblebottom Bush becomes president, then the United States will be ruled by a man who tried to ingest coke up his nose, but got the bottle stuck. By contrast, Mark is only alleged to have had a coke in a hotel room in a wombat's daily from Australia. Already, George Wobblebottom Bush is having problems with basic English terms. He hasn't got someone's gender wrong yet, as Drongo Raygun did, but if the coke bottle did damage, our athletes would be exposed to strange presidential antics."

Contact: Sister Psychotica/ 06 3583609/ sadistasm@yahoo.co.nz




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