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Tuesday, 7 October 2008

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Iceland:Led Zeppelin found here at last

In scenes emotive of great past discoveries, scientists have returned from Iceland with the astounding news that they have discovered Led Zeppelin in a second hand record store in the small town of Cretinink.

The discovery was made after when a white coated dude walked into the shop looking for Einstein's 2nd theory of Relativity.

When he asked the owner if he had any new material (scientific chatter for "you got any Einstein or Newton") the 43 year old sales assistant naively answered by saying he had Led Zeppelin#4 on vinyl.

Too shocked to to say anything, the mortified scientist motioned with his hand for the owner to show him the said item.

Before he could say Ernest Rutherford, the white jacket guy was beholding a piece of history on a par with man's landing on the moon.

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