Funny story:  Olympic Mascots Unveiled to Mixed Reactions

Olympic Mascots Unveiled to Mixed Reactions

ROME - After relatively little anticipation the organizers for the 2006 Turin (that's in Italy) Olympics announced their choice for the official mascots. Cartoon characters named Neve and Gliz, supposedly representing a ball of snow and a block of ic...
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Funny story:  The Little Train That Could Loses Steam in Scandal

The Little Train That Could Loses Steam in Scandal

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--The Little Train That Could from the best-selling book of the same name tested positive for the performance enhancing drug C.H.U.G. (carbohydouliceralgamene) last week at the 2004 World Steep Hill Climbing Championships in Utah...
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Funny story:  Brinks Mat bullion in Broadwater Farm garden?

Brinks Mat bullion in Broadwater Farm garden?

London, Wednesday (Rioters) - Police acting on "first rate intelligence" have begun excavating a back garden on the notorious Broadwater Farm estate in Tottenham, North London where Gary Linneker and Ken Noye are believed to have buried mo...
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Funny story:  Hell With Foxes What About Woolf?

Hell With Foxes What About Woolf?

Lord Woolf, Britains top judge, has furnished a directive for other judges to follow, in the sentencing of convicted criminals. Styled "Killing with kindness", it promises to set the minds of victims at rest as we saw in Judge Moore's c...
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Funny story:  CIA Arrest Mrs. Cleaver

CIA Arrest Mrs. Cleaver

Perfect town, USA - Mrs. Cleaver, legendary matriarch of the model American family, portrayed on the popular TV show "Leave it to Beaver," was interrogated and subsequently arrested, after a neighbor made an anonymous call and reported suspicious beh...
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