over the anger caused by Pope Benedict XVI's quotation from Byzantine emperor
Manuel II Palaeologus in a recent speech, could lead to a cycle of increasing
anger that may only be stopped by the administration of drugs, according to a
report we have seen.
are growing that
Muslims, already angry over the Pope's comments, could be angered even further
when they find out that Catholics had become angered by their anger.
an attempt to combat the cycle of increasing anger throughout the world, emergency
services are preparing for a massive airlift of high blood pressure tablets to
various hot spots around the globe. Teams of experts in 'calming' neck massages
are also being told they should be ready to be flown out to anger hot spots at
high blood pressure tablets and neck rubs may not be enough, according to a spokesman
for High Blood Pressure Paramedics:
a vicious cycle and it's difficult to see how it can be resolved without a few
deep breaths and maybe a nice cup of tea together."
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Pope, NO! (Tabloid
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