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Dorset Motor Sports Magazine's popular Podcast Series has been updated today in the wake of its decision to publish the CRPL's "virulent anti-Fridge Farms Advertising Campaign" and the adverse publicity which has resulted. representatives of the popular motor sports magazine admitted today that the Magazine had risked alienating several of its readers by carrying the advertisement - a move editor N Gin confessed was originally prompted "by sheer commercial opportunism and craven greed". (See "My wholesale, unconditional, abject, sincere, wholly voluntary and deeply apologetic retraction" quoted in the Threadbone Press's Great Heaving News and Public Apologies Weekly).


Readers of Dorset Motor Sports Magazine who can prove they have suffered irreversible psychological damage as a result of scanning the March edition can claim a complementary voucher code which entitles then to a High-Octane Podcast Experience

In an attempt to "atone for certain unfortunate judgement calls which I got entirely and hopelessly wrong" and to "keep my job if at all possible please", Mr Gin and his colleagues have decided to make the latest Podcast available free of charge to anyone who can prove they were offended by the CRPL's advertisement. (Receipt of an email to the Dorset Motor Sport Magazine Offices stating clearly "I was deeply offended by the CRPL Advertisement carried in this month's Dorset Motor Sport Magazine" will entitle the sender to a special promotional code (EZB3) which will unlock the download.)

A spokesperson for the Threadbone Corporation - the parent company of Fridge Farms - said that the Corporation was aware of Mr Gin's retraction and gratified by it. Ms Retri Bution added that "We will be speaking with Mr Gin about his future and, until such time as we have done so, it is too early to speculate whether he will be putting pen and paper together in future editions of the Magazine". He is currently suspended from "Top Ghia", Thrupiece Television's popular Family Car Comparison Programme which he has presented since February 2018.


Readers of Dorset Motor Sports Magazine who can prove they have suffered irreversible psychological damage as a result of scanning the March edition can claim a complementary voucher code which entitles then to a High-Octane Podcast Experience

In the meantime, Fridge Farms have been swift to allay fears that its Dorsetshire Blue Cheese range may be harmful to rodents and to people. "There is no truth in this at all" said chief Threadbone Laboratories Scientist - Gene Owm-Mapping - "cheeses leaving our factory farms are 100% inert, inorganic and non bio-degradeable. They will be as fresh and as safe in 50 years time as they are today. They bear no 'best before date' as they never taste any better regardless of when you eat them" .


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