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Date Posted: 22:42:24 12/08/10 Wed
Well, we told you it wasn't over, and here we are again -
For the third time in little over a week, again there is some tension between Camp Sloth and Camp Heath. With each side claiming at least one moral win in the previous two encounters, a new battle broke out tonight over the inclusion of a new feature - a detailed "nudity guide" per listings of movies featuring, well, nudity.
Still upset over being over-ruled in the "Stills from Hell" scandal, Aveleyman apprentice Lord Heath found a new way to manipulate the system by firstly agreeing to tone down the picture-nudity element on film stills, but instead has created a new way to still display the info as text.
Upon receiving the news that his beloved website was on the brink of becoming a teenager film-buff's wet dream, Aveleyman owner Tony Sullivan stepped in and demanded Heath behave himself and stop posting indecent and inappropriate material on the site.
He said, "I no like. We are not Mr. Skin or the Celebrity Nudity Database" (both are real websites dedicated to such material). He added, "it must not be our emphasis. I'm afraid we are not that site."
We at Aveleyman news are almost afraid to take sides on these issues for fear of being fined by the individuals involved, but we suspect there will be some serious fireworks/tantrums being thrown around if this carries on much longer.
One of our reporters asked Heath if he thought his job could be in danger, to which he replied, "Well let me put it this way John, I think what we have here is a conflict, a battle of power if you will. I understood his (Wearysloth) stance on showing the naked stills, because that is not good for the Google search engine and could lead to bad publicity, but I am bemused as to why he rejected the nudity info as text?"
When asked if he was worried about being given the boot from his job as site editor, Heath simply answered "Hey, I'm not going to go on record and start slandering the boss publically on his own site, besides, he wouldn't dare; I know too much about him and that goat".
The trial (and that is what it's starting to resemble now) continues...