Thursday, August 22, 2002

CONVOLUTED AND PROBABLY MADE UP: Not that we'd ever question the mighty Ananova, but the story about thirty-two deaf people turning up for a Queens of the Stone Age gig because they mistook the album title 'songs for the deaf' for a promise and not a promotion. According to The Sun, they turned up and threatened to call trading standards - really? Really? Can you see the credibility twang?

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