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Nationally Known Writer Admits He's been Lying, that Most of his Lies for FAKE NEWS were in Fact "Pretty Much True"

Funny story: Nationally Known Writer Admits He's been Lying, that Most of his Lies for FAKE NEWS were in Fact "Pretty Much True"

Portland. A famous writer who's been engaged in fake news for the last three weeks now admits his stories were either (1) mostly true or (2) could be true if the circumstances fell into line. Ed Shnenneren, the writer, said, "I've be...

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Some Teachers Actually Go into Teaching for the Money

Funny story: Some Teachers Actually Go into Teaching for the Money

Apparently, it's the result of low expectations and outright confusion. "I used to work in Walmart," said one untenured teacher, two years into the profession. "I get at least twice the pay, but I also don't get the 5% discount, so it's a wash. I...

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Yelling in School Improves Academic Achievement

Funny story: Yelling in School Improves Academic Achievement

It's true. But the yelling must be done not by teachers but by students themselves. Who after all listens to teachers, especially when they're yelling? Studies have been done on this very phenomenon, and they have consistently demonstrated tha...

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Man has Neighbor Arrested: Cites Too Much Cable News Watching as Reason

Funny story: Man has Neighbor Arrested: Cites Too Much Cable News Watching as Reason

Portland. A local man admitted to several news organizations that he had called the police on his next-door neighbor for allegedly "watching too much cable news." Breaking down, sobbing, a clearly distraught Mr. Ned Vuntler said, "I just couldn't tak...

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Research Study Spurs Study Surfing, New Campus Craze

Funny story: Research Study Spurs Study Surfing, New Campus Craze

A study just published, Study Finds Cat People Are More Intelligent Than Dog People, has sparked a resurgence in the public's curiosity about controversial conclusions in the social sciences. Now called Study Surfing, the resurgence is especially pop...

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Man Discovers Secret to Retail Revival

Funny story: Man Discovers Secret to Retail Revival

Who knew it could be so easy? One man has a unique solution to stop the onslaught of retail stores from shuttering their windows and locking their doors. He is formulating a follow-up plan to prevent tumbleweeds from rolling across barren mall pa...

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Monument Charged in Animal Misconduct Case: Said to be the first of its kind, more likely to follow

Funny story: Monument Charged in Animal Misconduct Case: Said to be the first of its kind, more likely to follow

Yet another American icon has tarnished his noble and commercially successful reputation-hurting the local tourist trade by anywhere from 12 to 39%, judging by newly purchased analytics used by the Uff-da Middle School Community Economics club, heade...

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Better Investigative Use of Mueller's Prosecutory Focus

While Mueller diddle-daddles over non-existent matters in Trump's campaign, real crimes in the Catholic church go unpunished! Plenty criminality in Popedom to keep an 'independent' counsel busy!
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