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December 2005 DVD Reviews by The Damnaliens
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Date: December 2005 /

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We have been intently studying the recent furor over whether or not there was an attempt by one of your nation/states to acquire desert from another nation/state. A third nation/state became involved because it evidently did not want this first nation/state to have desert and so sent emisarries out to determine whether or not desert had actually been acquired and, if so, how much had been acquired. As if there were not desert enough for all. At first we did not understand fully what was happening with this. We understand you Earthers are all about getting and having, especially when it comes to desert, cake in particular, but this seemed an extreme case. And the place where all this was happening did not seem desert friendly. While we most certainly can understand the driving need to get cake we have to call into question the amount of effort that was put into trying to figure out whether cake had actually been gotten. We are, of course, speaking about the infamous African Yellow Cake incident. Let us halp you. Africa is not a cake friendly continent. It is simply too hot for good cake. Pizza yes, your flat breads, yes, and certainly if you are looking for steak it is a place to go. But cake? We do not think so. But perhaps that is what has driven this incident to prominence. We are sure that if the individuals involved had simply gone to, say, Germany, for Black Forest Cake there would have been much less noise made of it. In the mean time we continue to study this incident, especially in light of the revelations that the initial nation/state never went out for cake to begin with, never mind African Yellow Cake.

(Source: SFRevu)

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