December 24, 2005

Ben vs. Mena: A buzz trap conspiracy theory

Badnews_1Just to keep your cockles warm over this festive period, BetterBadNews has come up with a very convincing conspiracy theory on the Ben vs Mena charade: we were all seduced into a buzz trap.

Quote of the newscast: "Why would Mena Trott come to Europe to tell the Europeans how to be more civil with each other when torture is outsourced by the Americans to various secret European countries...?"

On another note, I hope you don't mind signing in to Typekey now to leave a comment. It's quick and easy to do, but all because I've been plagued by various spam on my trackbacks.

In the meantime... Happy Christmas!

Via Chris - thanks!

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