Deluded red scarf wearing Susan Boyle fanatics today claimed the Chilean mine rescue was all their doing.
"When they were found the first thing they asked for wasn't food or water," said a chief fanatic. "No, they asked for a SuBo CD and we made sure they got one!" continued the fanatic.
"There's no way they could have survived down that mine without listening to Susan's CD. It's what kept them alive!" rambled some old dear with a red scarf.
"They're good, honest, decent, Catholic family men, so we were naturally sending them blessings!" said another fanatic. When asked about their alleged marital infidelities, the fanatic replied "Oh, well we do what we always do with things that don't fit in with our deluded view of the world - we ignore it!"
"Yes, we'll do anything to get ourselves on TV!" grinned another chief fanatic. "We're real good at that! If they don't interview us we just threaten to bless them!" boasted the fanatic.
"I noticed they all sang 'I Dreamed A Dream' with the President after the rescue! That was just lovely!" rambled some confused old dear. When told they actually sang the Chilean national anthem, she replied "No they didn't! Your TV set must be broken, dear!"
"Who's SuBo?" said a rescued miner while on his way to see a divorce lawyer.