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(Telegraph)   British Prime Minister to convene emergency Cobra meeting to deal with floods, G.I. Joe incursions   (telegraph.co.uk) divider line 2
    More: Interesting, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, G.I. Joe, cobras, Atlantic Storm, Environment Agency, Network Rail, flood warnings, high wind  
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2014-02-06 06:02:30 AM  
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Slaxl: I'll tell you something funny. Our window cleaner came in yesterday to the office and was almost blown off his ladder as he was cleanin' windows. As if that wasn't funny enough (it was) he proceeded to blame it on planet Nibiru, swinging by close, disrupting our weather. Apparently it was photographed in China, next to the sun. I'm not even exaggerating, that's what he said. It's come so close it's disrupting our weather, is clearly visible in China, yet our governments aren't telling us because it'd cause mass panic.

I think maybe he was blown off his ladder at his previous job and landed on his head. Good laugh though.


Or, the reason he is a window cleaner, is because he has an unbalanced mind, and the best he can hope for is manual labor.
2014-02-05 11:56:12 PM  
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Suck it, flood debris!
 
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