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Thursday, 4 October 2012

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Perfect example of a "poppy" fan and Taliban idol!

A local headbangers concert in Kabul, involving local heay-metal bands has proved to the world that they can "head-bang it" as good as anybody, albeit the Taliban did not participate because of their turbans.

The organisor of the event, Australian, Travis Beard, also invited bands from Pakistan to join in and they hit the stage head-banging dressed in their baggy trousers and bullet belts, but after letting their hair down, nobody could see a thing.

Metallica declined to play at the concert because they were too busy withdrawing their pensions and said "Nothing else matters!". Other international heavy-metal bands also declined because of the lack of booze and groupies back-stage; drugs were no problem because local poppy growers were standing outside offering their products.

All in all everybody had a good old head-banging time apart from the miserable Taliban who prefer the "poppy" side of the music world where most artists tend to be gay, heroin addicts or Lady Gaga fans. Also, you cannot lose your turban whilst raving to George Michael or Justin Bieber but you can lose your sanity and the Taliban tend to be pretty crazy!

Johnny Rotten also declined an invite because he claims in public that "punks not dead" but the Taliban should be!!

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