SS: everyone has been asking what happened to all the diamonds. well the penguin church is what happened to the diamonds. the penguin church got jealous of my work regarding the hyper-dimensional properties of diamonds. and i have not been best friends lately with britian since the gun grab and the piers morgan lord dartmouth thing .. and of course the penguin church wanting to turn the usa into falklands penguin colony.. penguins are actually big chickens lol. wolves that originated from south america eat the falklands penguin chickens.

Britain’s most-prolific thief is jailed for his 342nd offence spanning 48 years after raid on charity shop 12 April 2013 A man who is thought to be Britain’s most prolific shoplifter has been jailed for his 342nd offence. David Archer, who targets charity shops, was jailed today for a total of 18 months after admitting two new shoplifting offences and two breaches of an ASBO.

A Falkland Islands wolf with a freshly caught Magellanic penguin.

A reconstruction of the dodo

Painted mock penguin footprints are seen outside the tourist information office as a man walks away in Stanley March 15, 2013. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS – Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 27: A complete sub-fossilised elephant bird egg sits next to a chicken’s egg, in Christie’s auction house on March 27, 2013 in London, England. The elephant bird egg is expected to fetch 30,000 GBP when it features in Christie’s ‘Travel, Science and Natural History’ sale, which is to be held on April 24, 2013 in London. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 27: A rare fragment from a dodo’s femur bone at Christie’s auction house on March 27, 2013 in London, England. The extinct bird’s bone is expected to fetch 15,000 GBP when it features in Christie’s ‘Travel, Science and Natural History’ sale, which is to be held on April 24, 2013 in London. It is believed to be the first dodo bone that has come to auction since 1934. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

A rare four-inch fragment of a femur bone of a dodo, a flightless bird which was hunted to extinction about 300 years ago, is seen before its sale in April, in a picture released by Christie’s auction house in London March 27, 2013. Auctioneers Christie’s said on Wednesday it was hoping to raise as much as 15,000 pounds ($22,600) for the piece of a bird’s femur. REUTERS/Christie’s/handout (BRITAIN – Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)