Fictional facts

The Roman Catholic Church’s Department of Redundancy Department has gone on the offensive against Dan Brown, calling the author’s best-selling work of fiction, The Da Vinci Code, a work of fiction.
The church, apparently scared that people will believe the novel’s elaborate plotline involving the children of the marriage between Jesus and Mary Magdalene, as well as the journey of Santa Claus to Venice where he and The Easter Bunny team up with The Lone Ranger and Superman to uncover the evil plot of Hitler, Mao Tse Tung, Stalin, Satan, The Pillsbury Doughboy and Barbra Streisand to blow up the Eiffel Tower with a massive bomb made of chocolate and wishes, has issued an official statement that the church is not hiding anything, other than the whole Nazi collaboration thing and maybe something about rampant child abuse.

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