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I keep getting collared by a bloke who says that the war in Afghanistan is a cover for our Illuminati Freemason Shapeshifting Lizard masters to corner the market in mind-bending drugs. "It's true," he says, "I heard it on TalkSport". Tell us your stories of encounters with tinfoil hatters.

Thanks to Davros' Granddad

(, Thu 27 Aug 2009, 13:52)
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H From Steps
I always had a theory that H sang every part of the songs released by Steps. All singing the different harmonies and octaves.

He was a talented boy who could sing the entire range.. sometimes sounding like a girl when he did it. But the industry couldn't just let him sing. He'd be a laughing stock. The record company thought people wouldn't like it.

So, they got three girls and another boy to stand around. They called this group "Steps", and it explains why Steps mimed all their concerts.

But then, Steps split up. Again, they want to make money.. but the company feels that the world can't handle H singing like a girl again.. so they got Claire from the old band to stand next to him and mime again. Thus, "H and Claire".

You may point out any holes in this theory. You will find there are none.
(, Tue 1 Sep 2009, 16:35, closed)
I think you make a valid point
but be careful, your internet access is proably being monitored and your phone is almost certainly tapped
(, Tue 1 Sep 2009, 16:42, closed)
F*cking brilliant
The conspiracy to end all conspiracies.
(, Tue 1 Sep 2009, 17:10, closed)
Explain Lisa Scott-Lee's subsequent pop career, then!
Oh.
(, Tue 1 Sep 2009, 17:52, closed)
OK
Tell me about the other *failed* experiments in pop miming: Code letters A-G.
(, Tue 1 Sep 2009, 19:23, closed)
The fault there is that Experiment A could only sing in the key of A
Experiment B could only sing the the key of B.. etc, etc.

They then realised that had to surpass all the octaves, so went straight for H.
(, Tue 1 Sep 2009, 20:44, closed)
Superb answer
Gold star
(, Wed 2 Sep 2009, 3:01, closed)

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