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Cyclone orphans - the musical

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Those among you who like a light bit of "unfortunate juxtaposition of content and advertisements" will certainly enjoy this offering from Friday's Telegraph, demonstrating that once you've booked those ads in, there's really no going back:

Telegraph front page showing Burmese orphans piece and ad for 'Gone with the Wind'

Nicely done, although not quite up to the standard of Motorcycle News' Harley-Davidson classic, or indeed Samsung's 2007 title-grabbing effort. ®

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Thanks to Craig Frier for the heads-up.

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