December 2011

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Issue 34 / December 2011 GOOD NEWS 50 FEEDS AFRICA The King of rap launches energy drink to help feed the World While on a trip to Africa during the World Cup last year, rapper 50 Cent left as a changed man where he learned more about the famine and the hunger over there. To help the situation he decided to launch an energy drink, Street King. Every bottle sold will feed one child and so far it has provided 2.5 million meals. To promote the drink and the cause, 50 cent released a single, Street King Energy Drink #7 and now Mike Tyson and Floyd Mayweather have got behind the cause, starring in a video with 50 Cent to help reach his goal to feed a billion children through the UN's World Food Program. The no calories drink contains 100% natural flavours, no sugar, no carbo- hydrates, just all the good stuff like gingko, biloba and vitamins. With different flavours to choose from, or- ange, mango or grape this is a genius idea. The UK awaits the product to launch over here so we too can do our part for this program for social change. FREE BEER LURES CRIMINALS Police officers use new tactics; maybe the best things in life aren't free. Undercover officers working for Derbyshire police have been using a free beer hoax operation to catch criminals. Derbyshire police sent letters to dozens of people who had avoided arrest asking them to ring a marketing company to collect a free crate of beer. Well, whether you're a full- blown criminal or the most law abiding citizen that ever lived, who's going to turn down free beer?! 19 suspects fell for the hoax and called the number on the letter, which then put them through to police officers based at Chesterfield Police Station. After freely giving addresses and telling the police when to drop round, the wanted men found themselves handcuffed and under arrest. Compared to free beer, that one's gotta hurt. Looks like if it is too good to be true... CASH GENIE 7 £75 to £500 TODAY Representative example: Amount of credit £150. Amount of days: 30. Total amount payable: £195. Interest: £45. Interest rate 360% PA (Fixed) APR 2,339% Rep

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