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Saturday, 30 June 2007

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The Spice Girls Reunion Tour is expected to cost millions

The Spice Girls, a 90's girl group, have announced plans for a reunion concert tour. The thirteen city winter tour will cover North America, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific Islands.

The girls together decided that the price for tickets would be $200.00 American each. That is, the group will pay people $200 each to have to endure their music. They also will give each concert goer an automatic refund of $19.95 for any copy of thier Spice World movie on dvd or videotape turned in.

Limitations on concert goers will not allow anyone who is deaf or hearing impaired, no earphones or earplugs, no walkmans (to enable people to listen to something else), and no pointed objects or food that can be thrown at performers.

Promoters had to work overtime to find thirteen cities that were willing to allow the group to perform. The venues, however, are:

Dec. 3 Burger King in Carson City, Nevada
Dec. 5 Chevron Self Serve Gas and Go in Anderson, Missouri
Dec. 6 Bob's Bait and Tackle in Finger Lakes, New York
Dec. 8 Floyd's Barber Shop in Mayberry, North Carolina
Dec. 11 The Abraham Goldstein Bar Mitzvah Birmingham, England
Dec. 12 2007 Jerry Lewis Film Festival in Paris, France
Dec. 14 International Fez Maker's Convention and Trade Show in Ankara, Turkey
Dec. 15 Benito Mousselini Day in Rome, Italy
Dec. 17 Gyro Fest in Athens, Greece
Dec. 18 Spike Lee Film Festival in New Delhi, India
Dec. 21 Sun Li's Tupperware Party in Tokyo, Japan
Dec. 23 Payless Shoes (Imelda Marcos Branch) in Manilla, Phillipines
Dec. 25 (Christmas Concert) Our Lady of Sorrows Nunnery in Maui, Hawaii

Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Any not distributed by showtime will be donated to local charities and small children will be forced to endure the music.

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