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Topics: TV, Satellites

Thursday, 26 April 2007

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Today a massive laser beam with toxic TV rays destroyed an area of sea the size of California, and Sky television is being blamed.

It is said that some renegade Sky activists went up to the Virgin Media satellite and placed a GPS scrambler on the transmitter. Then, after that, massive Alien insect things came flying out the ground and swallowed up the water. They then mysteriously vanished.

Tourists are delighted because they don't have to pay for flights and the new 'air tax', Gordon Brown is furious for lack of funds, and environmentalists don't know what to say.

Unfortunately, we got told of this event from a man not unlike Micheal Jackson, so no-one knows if it was true. They just wanted to get away from him.

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