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Correctives: Chop Up Porky Pig!!!

"Revelations that Porky Pig was let off a foot and mouth cull will horrify many rural New Zealanders." commented Sister Hydroponica, Agro Nun for the Corrective Party, in its latest comments on the Foot in Mouth epidemic in the United Kingdom today.

"And what of other hooved creatures? How can we be sure that Miss Piggy is safe? And what of the Cow That Jumped Over the Moon - what does that mean in biosecurity terms? And what of the Hamster Dances now doing the rounds in many nightclubs?"

"The Correctives believe there should be a new, eco-censorship code so that children can learn environmentally appropriate childrens stories that do not lead to untoward sympathies for acts of environmental vandalism." concluded Sister Hydroponica.

"Oh, and we are encouraged by talk of Virgin Blue, which sounds like a decent, chaste and pure sort of airline company. As virgins ourselves, the Corrective Party are sure that it will respect our biosecurity laws."

Contact: Sister Raptophilia Matrix Dominatrix Corrective Party 06 3583609

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