Instead they dedicated their homepage to the Birthday of some dead supporting actor best know for his appearance in ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’…and to ensure the snub carried it’s full weight they made sure he was French.
The Palace was unavailable for comment but a spokesman from Google said….
“Following Google’s involvement in the unseating of Egyptian Dictator Hosni Mubarak, Google has tasked itself with fighting evil where ever it’s found…We could have picked Bob Marley or Ronald Regan but François Truffaut is French so was the natural choice.
Viva la revolution…It’s only a matter of time….be good out there people”
In the latest Wikileaks controversy files have been published that show the now famous Seal Team 6 was based on Team America: World Police.
Details of the formation of the Team along with mission briefs from the White-house have been leaked along with the original Presidential decree mandating their formation.
An anonymous source at the Pentagon confirmed much of the leak…
“Yeah when the big O came to the White-house the first thing he wanted to see was the file on Team America”
“It broke his heart when we said it was just a film and he got into a right mood and locked himself in the Oval Office for a week…finally he came out with his copy of the DVD and just said – make it happen…so we did”
“A lot of Presidents have little pet projects that go no-where but the Big O insisted that we send these guys on real crazy ass missions”
“North Korea, Bin Laden, Saddam, Gradaffi, hostage rescue…hell he even sent them in against the Super Bowl organising committee to stop the Patriots from playing their favourite song…”
Following the capsizing of the cruise ship Costa Concordia off the coast of Italy earlier this year questions have remained around what will be done with the wreck.
The dire state of the Italian economy and the strength of the Euro has led to debates over the fate of the crippled cruise ship. With it’s owners weighing up their options; whether it makes sense financially to refloat it; to chop it into pieces to be sold for scrap; or simply sink it off the coast, given the technical difficulties involved.
However 20th Century Fox has suggested an alternative with executives wanting to purchase the Concordia and surrounding land to build a European rival to the Universal Theme Park brand.