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After the eagle, the turkey and the dove, here comes the ELEPHANT. Those wealthy superpowers Kenya, Manibia, and Nepal which have it as their symbol donated tripartitely a 7,000 lb. bronze statue of a bull elephant to the United Nations, where it was unveiled before a crowd of celebrities. There was some criticism because of its anatomical explicitness, but I object to it because I don't like to see these countries throwing their weight around. Moreover, I don't like elephants, those clumsy brutes which wreck the homes of struggling peasants, whom I will defend just as I would Jaqui's dog. Moreover, think of the consequences if other countries want to assert in like fashion their presence at the U.N.! It would then become known as the zoo, which should please animal lovers.
Ronald Hilton - 01/06/99