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Sunday, 14 January 2007

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The New Sony PS7 Not Only Is Fun To Play But Can Create Great Meals In Under 10 Minutes!

An industry report today showed that Polls into our daily lives are "inconclusive" & "inaccurate". The news comes as Sony launches it's PS7 Handheld games machine with built in microwave.

Three thousand children between ages 9-15 were asked what they would like to see additional to their PS handheld's & a staggering 87.3% said that cooking capabilities would be their choice.
Sony are now in talks to have the handhelds recalled from the shops as little on none of the games systems have been sold.

Company Director for Sony US, Bob Dough said "This kind of research has cost over 300 migrant workers their jobs. Polls are inconclusive & they don't always reflect an accurate picture of what kids want today".

This news comes only a year after Sony launched it's computer game 'Paedogedden' based on slaughtering paedophiles who had been 'released' into white middleclass neighbourhoods. The games were quickly recalled after 3 convicted sex offenders issued lawsuits & deemed the games 'sick' & verging on 'vile'.

Sony who have a track record of mishaps are now thought to be looking to different methods of industry research & have hired games genius & embasador of children Michael Jackson in a bid to recoup the $27Million they have squandered between 2004-2007.

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