Exclusive Scoop: The Beatles to Get Band back Together in Time for Kindle Tablet Launch

Editor's note: The following post is a joke, and it is simply meant to be funny. It is not intended as a joke played on the reader.

Everyone is reporting today about Amazon and their plans to start a Netflix style ebook subscription system, but I didn't post about that because I have a better story.

Do you remember last year when The Beatles music finally went digital and it was an iTunes exclusive? Amazon have been working for the longest time to find a way to one up Apple, and they finally did it.

Sometime in the next couple months, Amazon will announce the new Kindle Tablet. I now know that they will have The Beatles  on hand to promote the Kindle Tablet and announce their comeback tour. Amazon will also be getting exclusive music, video, and other content from the band. You're only going to be able to buy The Beatles' newest song on the Kindle Tablet and nowhere else.

I've been told that they might also perform a song at the launch event, but that is still up in the air. But if it's true then this will be the first public performance of the band in 42 years. What's even better is that I have confirmation that all 4 Beatles will be there.

Yes, all 4 Beatles!

Amazon have successfully revived George Harrison and John Lennon. That is Amazon's secret, and it's going to change everything. Amazon will be able to bring back virtually anyone and get them to sign contracts for new and exclusive content. Can you imagine what that will do to the music industry?

Also, I've been told that the revivivi revifica undeading process is why the Kindle Tablet has been delayed for the past 6 months.

The first attempt to bring John Lennon back from the dead didn't quite work right. They did bring him back, but he was closer to being a zombie than a live person and that's just not something you could put on stage (though Marilyn Manson was briefly interested in a partnership). Plus, zombie Lennon ate Ringo Starr before anyone could stop him (TBH, I don't think anyone even tried). Luckily they got the bugs out and successfully revived Lennon (again), Ringo, and Harrison.

Just think what this is going to mean for The Beatles. Not only are they bigger than Jesus, they can also come back from the dead.

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Nate Hoffelder

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Nate Hoffelder is the founder and editor of The Digital Reader: He's here to chew bubble gum and fix broken websites, and he is all out of bubble gum. He has been blogging about indie authors since 2010 while learning new tech skills at the drop of a hat. He fixes author sites, and shares what he learns on The Digital Reader's blog. In his spare time, he fosters dogs for A Forever Home, a local rescue group.

5 Comments

  1. Chris Meadows12 September, 2011

    You know, it’s still almost 7 months until April 1st…

    Reply
    1. fjtorres12 September, 2011

      I guess it’s a sign of the times than even jokes need disclaimers.
      Kills half the fun right there.

      Reply
  2. Mike Cane12 September, 2011

    “undeading process” LMAO!

    Reply
  3. Tyler12 September, 2011

    Your disclaimer probably should have been at the bottom and not the top. It kind of ruins it. Plus where is the part that says, “No Zombie or Beatle, living or dead was hurt in making this story”

    Reply
    1. Nate Hoffelder12 September, 2011

      By the end of the post it should have been obvious that it was a joke. But yes, i like your line even better.

      Reply

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