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Harsh Words Become Cell Phone Ring Tone
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Harsh Words Become Cell Phone Ring Tone

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The King of Spain and the President of Venezuela exchanged harsh words during a recent political summit. Now those words have inspired a hit ring tone. About half a million people have downloaded a cell phone ring tone featuring the phrase: "Why don't you shut up." It's what King Juan Carlos told Hugo Chavez after an argument. Now many Spaniards relive it every time the phone rings.

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