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Funny story: West Africa Ebola Virus Makes Tybee Island Man Happy He Doesn't Live In Guinea, Wherever That Is

West Africa Ebola Virus Makes Tybee Island Man Happy He Doesn't Live In Guinea, Wherever That Is

The Ebola virus that has killed scores of people in Guinea has one Tybee Island man feeling very relieved that he does not live in the tiny African Country. "I am glad I live in Tybee, and not in this place with this virus," said Gordon Morris, "I...
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Funny story: Arms Build Up Concern

Arms Build Up Concern

As the Russia and Ukraine edge ever closer to war, a Wisconsin mother is concerned that a buildup of arms could lead to serious consequences for her 15 year old son. Martha Compton, 36, told reporters that her son Daniel, has been working out at t...
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Funny story: American Fans' Fury as England Gets To Host Wimbledon...Again

American Fans' Fury as England Gets To Host Wimbledon...Again

American tennis fans are up in arms, some furious even, after England was once again chosen to host this year's Wimbledon tennis tournament the 80th time in a row that London has been selected to host the tournament, some calling the decision...shame...
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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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