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Funny story: Build-a-bugger conference fails to regulate internet

Build-a-bugger conference fails to regulate internet

Virginia - At attempt to regulate the internet went awry today when the official order to shut down the internet for the ninety-nine percent failed to make it past the hotel firewall, according to our hotel mole at the scene, Ms. Kay Sparks. Mr. .
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Funny story: George Formby. His part in my war

George Formby. His part in my war

This month we hear how George played an important role in keeping up moral during the Blitz. "We was darn the underground station in Bethnal Green. The misses said we would be safe from the Bosh and there might be some entertainment. Abart ten at night, this George Formby bloke turns up and starts wiv all that "Ow do!" Me misses threw herself on the live rails. By the time I jumped, so many p...
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Funny story: French Engineers Reexamine the Origins of the Maginot Line

French Engineers Reexamine the Origins of the Maginot Line

Paris France: French historians and engineers at the Montmartre Institute of Technology (MIT) are perusing a cache of documents pertaining to the Maginot Line that was found by a German tourist visiting one of the restored sites. The Maginot Lin...
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Funny story: All Our Yesterdays - "I'll Take Stalingrad. No Problem." - Hitler August 1942

All Our Yesterdays - "I'll Take Stalingrad. No Problem." - Hitler August 1942

Furious exchanges today in the Reichstag as Chancellor Hitler declared confidently that taking Stalingrad would not be a problem. Herr Hitler responded to criticism of his plan to subjugate the Russian City in pursuit of control of the vast mineral wealth of the Caucasus by saying that the assault on the beleaguered city would reap dividends, and thus aid the war effort. Plus, it would be on...
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Funny story: Gracie Fields - Her part in my war

Gracie Fields - Her part in my war

This week we will be hearing from Gracies fans and how she changed their lives. "I remember being in a funk hole just outside Calais, we had been bombarded by the Germans for fifteen hours and most of us were near the point of giving in. Suddenly, a voice floated across the town toward us, it was Gracie Fields singing "Sally" I listened for two minutes and decided to surrender, pleading with th...
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Funny story: Secret Weapons of World War II

Secret Weapons of World War II

A box of secret documents from WW2 were discovered this week in a long-forgotten chill-out room at the Ministry of Defence in London. The documents detail British weapons research during the war, and are so unbelievable that they could almost have been invented for a Channel 5 documentary. A Channel 5 documentary on them will be aired later this week. Many of the planned weapons never came to f...
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Funny story: Germany And France to Renew World War 2

Germany And France to Renew World War 2

Berlin, Germany: Germany and France, desperate to find money to save the European Union from bankruptcy, are about to declare war upon each other. The war will be staged to bring in the Americans to, as usual, save France and flood the European count...
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Funny story: Paris liberated from German occupation thanks to aspartame

Paris liberated from German occupation thanks to aspartame

PARIS - (Rooters) A company of soldiers, in which I was embedded, invaded Paris today. Equipped with purified-aspartame spray throwers we managed to drive the Germans back to Germany. The German front is now quiet. In order to drive all the...
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Funny story: Prime Minister summoned to Reichstag

Prime Minister summoned to Reichstag

Downing Street is in a flap as it can not find the traditional Homburg had for the Prime Minister's visit to the German Chancellery on Friday. For the traditional exchange of gifts when leaders meet, Cameron has chosen a boxed set of ''Alo 'Alo 'a...
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Funny story: Tragedy Strikes Pearl Harbour Commemoration

Tragedy Strikes Pearl Harbour Commemoration

A ceremony to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour took a disastrous turn this afternoon, when an aeroplane from Japan containing dignitaries due to attend the event crash landed into the docks. A group of vete...
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Funny story: Germany Taxes War Reparation Payments

Germany Taxes War Reparation Payments

In a move which has caused marginally less outrage than the 1939 invasion of Poland, the German government has announced its intention to tax compensation payments made to surviving ex-slave labourers, who were forced from their homes to work for the...
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Funny story: Combat - June 9th 1944 - Northern France

Combat - June 9th 1944 - Northern France

The very earth itself shook, shuddered and trembled as it was rent virtually asunder under the incredible violence of a massive artillery bombardment, as the allied infantrymen swarmed up the ridge at dead of night. Searchlight beams criss-crossed the enveloping darkness, ineffectively trying to illuminate the nearby German positions, by bouncing the light back off the low cloud cover, as artil...
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Funny story: Japanese midget sub 'was on WWII dwarf tossing exercise'

Japanese midget sub 'was on WWII dwarf tossing exercise'

Papua New Guinea - Did World War II end in a flurry of Japanese midgets pitching enemy-combatant dwarves into disputed international waters? And were they all 'wrecked' on Sake?? The discovery of a Ko-hyoteki-class midget submarine deep under Simp...
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Funny story: Local Man Invades Poland

Local Man Invades Poland

Henry Moston of Didsbury near Manchester has proved his teachers right by invading Poland. And it's not the first time he has done something like this. "He were told at school," said long suffering wife, Janice Moston, "that those who don't know h...
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Funny story: Historical re-enactment group bans Nazi uniforms

Historical re-enactment group bans Nazi uniforms

A Lancashire WW2 re-enactment group have banned the use of Nazi uniforms in re-enactment events, claiming that the use of such imagery is controversial and offensive. The group are particularly worried about sensitive liberals who might see the symbo...
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Funny story: British soldier discovered still fighting WWII after 65 years

British soldier discovered still fighting WWII after 65 years

The stench is overwhelming. Discarded empty Woodbine packs, Bisto and Bird's instant custard tins, Camp coffee bottles and a galaxy of once-glittering Cadbury's chocolate bar foils decorate an anniversary cake of human excrement - piled up over sixty-five years on the jungle floor. Testament to a life lost. Thrown away on the the dung-heap of misplaced patriotism and hatred. History is littere...
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Funny story: Adolf Hitler Guilty Of Being A Nazi

Adolf Hitler Guilty Of Being A Nazi

Adolf Hitler has been convicted by a German court for being a Nazi. The court sentenced him to 5 years, although he is expected to have this sentence at least halved on the grounds that he is in fact dead. The court heard how Hitler had planned wo...
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Funny story: Isle of Wight News: Business As Usual At Snoods Galore! Despite International Snood Ban

Isle of Wight News: Business As Usual At Snoods Galore! Despite International Snood Ban

Ryde niche boutique Snoods Galore! has gone from strength to strength since opening last Summer, writes Fashion, War, Dominoes, Pargeting, Philately, Music, Medicine, Agriculture and Medieval Torture Correspondent, Len D'Meaneer. Island entreprene...
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Alabama's New State Motto

After Tuesday Alabama's state motto, Audemus jura nostra defendere ("We dare defend our rights"), will most likely be changed to Audemus pedophilium nostra defendere ("We dare defend our pedophiles").
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