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Funny story: 'New species' of ancient human found

'New species' of ancient human found

A new species of ancient human has been unearthed in the Afar region of Ethiopia, scientists report. Researchers discovered jaw bones and teeth, which date to between 3.3m and 3.5m years old.The teeth showed signs of violent clenching and grinding...
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Funny story: Link between rocks and humans discovered

Link between rocks and humans discovered

Year: 2 Billion A.D. Famed Paleo-Anthro-Ist, Dr. Luke Doctor, has discovered, what he believes is the link between humans and rocks. Dr. Doctor has long believed that rocks, mountains and the like, are alive, just as humans. Of course living for rocks is different than living for humans. "So," Dr. Doctor says, "is living for plants different from rocks and humans. Plants turn toward the s...
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Funny story: Prezident Obummer weighs in on ISIS' destruction of Nimrod

Prezident Obummer weighs in on ISIS' destruction of Nimrod

ISIS has built or purchased, "from parties unknown," a time machine and is traveling into Iraq's "ancient past," to destroy the Assyrian city of Nimrod, the United Nations recently whined. "We are heartbroken," archaeologists sniffed, "and outrage...
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Funny story: Pit of Bones

Pit of Bones

Paul Prattle is a geneticist at the Old Bone Institute in Leipzig, Germany. We sat down and talked about a recent old bone find at the Pit Of Bones. "Mr. Prattle, " I said,"before we get into the recent find, tell me a little bit about the Pit Of Bones." "Sure, but please call me Paul. I'm not really crazy about my last name. Makes me sound like a guy who must just prattle on and on ab...
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Funny story: First Ever Bookmaker Discovered

First Ever Bookmaker Discovered

ROME ITALY Archaeologists in Rome have unearthed the remains of what appears to have been the world's first known bookmaker. They have concluded from examining his sarcophagus remains that the man apparently had leapt to his death very possibly from...
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Funny story: 2,500-year old Utah petroglyphs say 'JFK: Bush Dunnit'

2,500-year old Utah petroglyphs say 'JFK: Bush Dunnit'

Utah - Newly decrypted rock carvings videoed by drone over the Southern Utah desert have shaken everything archeologists once took for granted regarding ancient predictions about the 1963 Dallas hit. The petroglyphs as they are known are thought t...
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Funny story: Archaeologists Find Betty White's Baby Toys

Archaeologists Find Betty White's Baby Toys

NEW YORK CITY - Contrary to some recent rumors, 92-year-old Betty White was not born in a log cabin in Illinois. The elderly actress was born in Oak Park, Illinois in an accredited hospital. White was in the news recently when a team of archaeo...
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Funny story: Archaeologist finds lost Mummy but forgets where he puts it.

Archaeologist finds lost Mummy but forgets where he puts it.

King Tutankhamun's father, Akhenaten's mummy was sensationally found this morning in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Archaeologist Baldrick Robinson made the astonishing find, only to forget where he had put it moments later. The lost mummy, one of...
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Funny story: Newly Discovered Greek Urn Reveals Surprising Origins of Olympic Luge Competition

Newly Discovered Greek Urn Reveals Surprising Origins of Olympic Luge Competition

Archaeologists from the National University of Nostralia have presented ground-breaking research on a newly discovered Grecian Urn, which they say is the earliest known depiction of the ancient Olympic sport of luge launching, known today as luge.
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Funny story: Gigantic Chipmunk Fossil Skeleton Found in Wyoming

Gigantic Chipmunk Fossil Skeleton Found in Wyoming

NEWCASTLE, WYOMING - Paleontologists from the University of Wyoming have announced the discovery of a gigantic form of western chipmunk, Neotamias, at a ranch north of Newcastle, Wyoming. The fossil skeleton, measuring 20 feet in length, was uncov...
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Funny story: With No Dick

With No Dick

About 5 billion years ago, earth came into existence. Some billion years later, life emerged. Additional changes resulted in creation of the first organisms. Next, plants and animals, carnivorous and non-carnivorous, appeared. Then, a new species was born, called Homo sapiens. This odd animal inherited the original traits of the beasts of the world. According to Freud the id, or rather the anim...
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Funny story: Evidence of stone age cross dressing found in a French cave

Evidence of stone age cross dressing found in a French cave

Archaeologists have uncovered what they believe to be the earliest example of cross dressing in a cave in Southern France. It is a find that they have dated back to thirty-five thousand years BC, smashing the four thousand BC record previously held b...
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Funny story: Scientific Evidence Than Man Co-existed With Dinosaurs

Scientific Evidence Than Man Co-existed With Dinosaurs

New definitive evidence has been found that man co-existed with dinosaurs. Footprints of a giant man have been found alongside dinosaur footprints. Evolutionists have been dismissive of these new claims and have tried to discredit the new evidence.
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Funny story: Mary Todd Lincoln's DNA Found In New Mexico

Mary Todd Lincoln's DNA Found In New Mexico

RUIDOSO, New Mexico - A group of archaeologists from Delaware stumbled upon an interesting find just outside of the town of Ruidoso, which is noted for its Gila Monster Grilled Burritos. Kiki Lily Chillydutch, 21, with the Delaware group stated th...
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Funny story: "King Obama" fortold in just discovered cave paintings

"King Obama" fortold in just discovered cave paintings

ORGAN CAVE WV - An amazing, and controversial, discovery was revealed inside a West Virginia cave this morning. A press pool was allowed to view and photograph a series of ten cave paintings that were discovered recently. Two paintings seem to be p...
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Funny story: Archaeologists discover "Sheephenge"

Archaeologists discover "Sheephenge"

Amesbury - Researchers from Sheffield University have announced the discovery of yet another mini-Stonehenge. The newest site, dubbed Sheephenge, is of recent origin and is reported to be constructed entirely of sheep, though the site has been diffic...
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Funny story: Vatican: Jesus was a single, confident heterosexual!

Vatican: Jesus was a single, confident heterosexual!

VATICAN CITY (ABSNN) - It is a fake, the papyrus fragment that claims Jesus was married, that is. According to today's issue of the Vatican's newspaper, L'Observatore Romano, "Substantial reasons would lead one to conclude that the papyrus is inde...
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Funny story: King Richard III Found In Leicester Car Park

King Richard III Found In Leicester Car Park

A team of Archaeologists have revealed that they believe they have found the skeletal remains of King Richard III. King Richard, also known as 'The Lionheart', was last seen running away from the Battle of Bosworth Field on 22nd August 1485. Many...
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Kerry Deals With Hostage Crisis

A spokesman for the U.S. State Department announced that Secretary of State John Kerry has been taken hostage by Iranian terrorists and is involved in negotiations demanding his immediate release.
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