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January 26, 2012


Hervé Morin, a French presidential candidate and former defence minister, has become a national laughing stock after he claimed he witnessed the Allied landings at Normandy in 1944, which took place 17 years before he was born.

(Thanks to funny man)


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"It wasn't a blunder at all but simply a shortcut to something deeply anchored in the eye of every Norman. It's our DNA, our genetic code," he told RMC radio.

"Time Traveling with Morin McFly" WBAGNFARB.

Morin wouldn't know a blunder from a blender.

"DNA: It'll take you where you wanna go!" is actaully chapter 4 of the yet to be released sequel to the three Back to the Future movies.

Next time, Morin, take pictures.

A picture is worth a thousand landings.

i'm sure it is spelled MorON.

Yeah, but where was he when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?

Mebbe he merely stayed too long @ the movies? And it seemed SO REAL!

Sorta like "I saw Suspicious Cookie open for Led Zeppelin."


Yeah, MtB ... sumwhut as if he claimed to like (dislike?) Cornhusker or BYU football becuz he'd lived near Omaha & Utah beaches ...

He was English Channel-ing someone who'd been there.

Meanie: "Germans?" "Forget it, he's rolling."

Is there still time for this guy to get into the Florida primaries?

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