Customers of online tat bazaar eBay were on Friday denied the chance to bid for bits of former Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, when the site swiftly pulled a listing for samples of his blood and brain. The alleged remains of Il Duce, in three glass ampoules, were pitched at a starting price of €15,000. His granddaughter …
Can we have one in the UK? See if he can get our trains to run on time!
He's still very respectable.
I've been in the house of an officer in the carabinieri, quite high-up but not that high, and his hallway is dominated by a bust of the duce. Don't forget his granddaughter is still head of a party that regularly wins seats, locally or as MEPs, and promises the same policies. No denazification ever happened there.
[The trains running on time is being a myth, of course, but even with mythical powers I think you'd fail to sort the underinvested UK trains out. You want it to work, you chuck shed loads of money at it and bang a lot of heads together.]
Tsk. If I wanted to watch actions of a heinous dwarf, I would read about Prince's lawsuit against unofficial Prince fansites.
Anyway, our neighbours across the Adriatic already have one short (almost) bald prick in charge. Enough is enough.
Why didn't you print a piccy of Ms A. Mussolini ?
Paris will have to do instead.
... an auction for Gordon Brown's brain?
After all, he doesn't seem to be using it whilst Lord of the Sith Mandelson is pulling his strings...
The brain and eyes of Einstein were kept by the doctor that autopsied him, why not il Ducé?
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