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Topics: Weather, Sony, Blizzard

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

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Key West Yesterday Afternoon

The Sony Corporation today denied any involvement with the arctic weather conditions which have dogged the entire northern hemisphere recently.

The blizzards which have lashed the United States, Europe, and much of Asia, as far south as Texas, Barcelona, and Hong Kong were not part of an elaborate scheme by the Japanese electronics giant to advertise its high definition TV sets, it claimed.

As was alleged by Al Gore, who still insists that we're all about to fry sometime soon. Gore allegedly told an aide that the whole big freeze thing was an elaborate advertising stunt, funded and perpetrated by Sony.

Sony did admit that they had, in the past, funded elaborate ad campaigns to promote their high definition TV sets, such as hurling thousands of brightly colored rubber balls down the hills of San Francisco and exploding millions of gallons of brightly colored paint in Scotland, but denied any involvement whatever with the freak weather conditions.

Climate Change theorists have lodged formal complaints with the International Court Of Human Rights, complaining that the polar bears, penguins, snow leopards and arctic foxes which they have so vigorously championed for so long have since openly started taking the piss.

More climate related crap as we get it.

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