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".....or maybe it was a front for a joint MI6/CIA working group dedicated to the arrangements for the 2013 Christmas party.....or dedicated to stopping injuries caused by standing on bits of nubbly plastic and falling over... or dedicated to choosing who would be the next 007.....

or maybe not......Maybe it was just an old warehouse, desperately in need of renovation, attention and activity.... someone to plaster the walls, fix the plumbing and choose a nice mellow paint colour and co-ordinating curtains. Scatter cushions and those little candles in little candle holders. Side lamps with beautiful hand=painted shades and varnished old wooden floorboards.....

Or maybe it was really where the Heather Mills Forum moderators chilled out and stuck pins in effigies of all the forum people who never joined in the storytelling.....

But the truth was, the townspeople had no idea what the place was and it was guarded by high walls, guard dogs. and razor wire so nobody was going to volunteer to get close enough to look. Until one day the Mayor decided to call a meeting in the town hall. (Which was made of bits of Nubbly Plastic of course)."

Then one day, a little old fellow with a limp, decided to see if the huge sliding doors would open. When he pried the doors open a few inches and the sunlight poured through the crack, his eyes grew huge in wonder....

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".....or maybe it was a front for a joint MI6/CIA working group dedicated to the arrangements for the 2013 Christmas party.....or dedicated to stopping injuries caused by standing on bits of nubbly plastic and falling over... or dedicated to choosing who would be the next 007.....

or maybe not......Maybe it was just an old warehouse, desperately in need of renovation, attention and activity.... someone to plaster the walls, fix the plumbing and choose a nice mellow paint colour and co-ordinating curtains. Scatter cushions and those little candles in little candle holders. Side lamps with beautiful hand=painted shades and varnished old wooden floorboards.....

Or maybe it was really where the Heather Mills Forum moderators chilled out and stuck pins in effigies of all the forum people who never joined in the storytelling.....

But the truth was, the townspeople had no idea what the place was and it was guarded by high walls, guard dogs. and razor wire so nobody was going to volunteer to get close enough to look. Until one day the Mayor decided to call a meeting in the town hall. (Which was made of bits of Nubbly Plastic of course)."

Then one day, a little old fellow with a limp, decided to see if the huge sliding doors would open. When he pried the doors open a few inches and the sunlight poured through the crack, his eyes grew huge in wonder....his face turned a bright red and his nose grew as long as a ruler. Where and how did this get on earth & into the warehouse.

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Then one day, a little old fellow with a limp, decided to see if the huge sliding doors would open. When he pried the doors open a few inches and the sunlight poured through the crack, his eyes grew huge in wonder....his face turned a bright red and his nose grew as long as a ruler. Where and how did this get on earth & into the warehouse?

The old fellow took a deep breath and squeezed inside through the crack in the door. With his newly elongated nose, he sniffed at the...at the what?? He couldn't even tell if it was a machine or a strange life-form! It was enormous, and immobile, but it seemed to be paying attention to him as he limped and sniffed........

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Er, excuse me Captain but I think it might be your turn to add a sentence to this incredible story. Though I have to say you may find it hard to reach the level of intellectual superiority, creative artistry and poetic drama achieved so far....

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