Here's a wicked thought. How did it get here ?

To: "Tony Russell" <>, "Carl Clifford" <>, "Graham Buchan" <>
Subject: Here's a wicked thought. How did it get here ?
From: "Bill Stent" <>
Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2006 15:43:19 +1000
Evidence of severe looniness, it would appear.

(Nearly as compelling evidence as driving thousands of kilometres ...   naaah, 
I don't think I'll go down that particular path.)


From:  on behalf of Tony Russell
Sent: Sat 22/07/2006 8:48 AM
To: 'Carl Clifford'; 'Graham Buchan'
Cc: 'Graham Etherington'; 'Birds'
Subject: Here's a wicked thought. How did it get here ?

Er, er, what's Kim Chee ??


-----Original Message-----
From: Carl Clifford 
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2006 7:20 PM
To: Graham Buchan
Cc: Tony Russell; 'Graham Etherington'; 'Birds'
Subject: Here's a wicked thought. How did it get here

Ah Hah,
  This misguided missal is definitely a plot to discredit the Great
Fatherland of the GHL.How can I tell? Simple..... no Korean has never
had nor ever will have a surplus of Kimchee.... there can never never
be too much Kimchee!!! And the thought of trading our Kimchee or any
other Kim, for a lousy Missile Guidance system, Hah. We don't need
any, why should we, when we have the much superior GHL system, which
is proven to be able to reach Burren Junction, perhaps even Dubbo and
the next model will reach Werribee.
So there you lapping running dogs.
Kim Wel Dun
(the other Kim is Ill)

On 21/07/2006, at 6:55 PM, Graham Buchan wrote:

Well, you running lapdogs of capitalist hegemony and supporters of the
Satanic United States of America, its time I revealed my evil plan.

It was I the great Kim Jong IL who sent my agents on a mission to
divert the
West as I was about to test my missiles. I had heard from a Cockney
that in the west you "like the birds, cor blimey, Gordon Bennett, not
I'd go a fousand miles for a right good looker, me!" so I cunningly
had one
of our spy submarines take a ridiculously implausible bird species to
a far
flung part of the Western hegemony.

Four weeks later Kim Jung Flung-Dung III (my reliable 2nd cousin - I
had the
1st cousins all 'disappeared') called from the Walgett Post Office to
that they's come up the Murray-Darling all the way to "little ol' BJ",
before becoming stuck in a muddy carp-infested pool. He had left the
bird at
the side of the road so that it would be easily spotted.

So it was indeed man-assisted. Go cry over that in your bird books you
decadent revisionist lackeys!

Your peace-loving Sun of the Nation,


PS I have a rather large surplus of kim-chee currently and would swap on
e-Bay for a relaible missile guidance system.

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