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Free Spandau Ballet 12 Track CD with Todays Mail on Sunday
Free Spandau Ballet  12 Track CD with Todays Mail  on Sunday

Free Spandau Ballet 12 Track CD with Todays Mail on Sunday

FREE 12 Track Spandau Ballet CD ..........12 tracks including the hits Gold,True Musclebound,Instinction ,only when you leave etc etc free in tomorrows Sunday Mail .

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give the CD to me sister and put the paper in the bin.

Dont believe you!

fab - thanks

Spandau Ballet Collection only £0.49 @ ChoicesUK.com (pre-owned and part of £2.50 order) .

Another reason not to buy The Mail, thanks for the warning

whitecarlos

Dont believe you!


You know it's true

its with the mail on sunday the "posh" english paper NOT the sunday mail which is a quality scottish paper and reusable for a fish supper or if you run out of andrex [other toilet tissue] are available

Maybe you should include the cost of the paper as strictly speaking the CD's not free.

Personally I'd rather buy the CD mentioned in post #6 above than give my money to the Mail to fund the mistruths it prints.

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gslgregory

Maybe you should include the cost of the paper as strictly speaking the … Maybe you should include the cost of the paper as strictly speaking the CD's not free.Personally I'd rather buy the CD mentioned in post #6 above than give my money to the Mail to fund the mistruths it prints.

You just do that Squire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Edited by: "TommyCooper" 19th Mar 2011

gslgregory

Personally I'd rather buy the CD mentioned in post #6 above than give my … Personally I'd rather buy the CD mentioned in post #6 above than give my money to the Mail to fund the mistruths it prints.


Mistruths such as? How is this any different from any other media news outlet?

ChrisPalmer

Mistruths such as? How is this any different from any other media news … Mistruths such as? How is this any different from any other media news outlet?



Because they use the 'if you lie long enough and hard enough and never admit anything, readers (and I use that term advisedly) will eventually believe you' principle.

It's not so much the paper, more those that read it!!

spinynorman

Because they use the 'if you lie long enough and hard enough and never … Because they use the 'if you lie long enough and hard enough and never admit anything, readers (and I use that term advisedly) will eventually believe you' principle.It's not so much the paper, more those that read it!!


If that were true, again, isn't that the position of every media outlet?

Would rather do the Spandau Ballet than but the Daily Heil

They are going to sell loads of this. To your mum and dad and uncle. The website is more Rio era Duran Duran though.

The only thing I could stand by them was "To cut a long story short"

ChrisPalmer

Mistruths such as? How is this any different from any other media news … Mistruths such as? How is this any different from any other media news outlet?



Not much different at all really - which is why I refuse to buy any 'newspapers', but the Mail is particularly bad - something I have learned when seeing the reporting of stories which I know the facts about.
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