Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Today's Cartoon: Former Russian Spy Poisoned In London

While the mystery continues over who poisoned a former Russian spy (and with what), one thing is already certain... those responsible tried to used the poor international reputation of British cuisine to cover their tracks, which means that this was probably an outside job.

If you ask me, English sushi is a hard sell at the best of times, so I can only imagine how much more difficult it must be to get people to eat at an establishment where the KGB is known for using the food to bump off political opponents.

Fortunately, traditional English fare is much more difficult to tamper with because it is either boiled or deep fried at extremely hot temperatures. You see, the reason why English food tastes so bland, is because it has actually been sterilized. This is important, because the British are born without taste budsand have iron stomachs.

Had this been an English spy instead of Russian, not only do I believe he would never have known that his sushi had been peppered with radiation, he probably would have asked for seconds. This is why James Bond prefers his "sushi" deep fried in batter and served in newsprint with a side order of chips ;)

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