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Funny story:  Billy Mitchell's Career Found Dead

Billy Mitchell's Career Found Dead

Billy Mitchell's career, best known from the BBC soap Eastenders, has been found dead at its home in Walford, aged 51. Police that arrived to the scene described it as 'deeply upsetting' and a 'great loss to the London-based soap'. Interestingly, a p...
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Funny story:  Murray gets Personality award in Miami

Murray gets Personality award in Miami

Charismatic Scotchman, Andy Moray has won the coveted Steve Davis "Mr. Personality" award. The Ceremony took place in Leeds but Mr. Moray was committed to doing things in Miami. "Thanks to the people who could be arsed to turn up. I didn't know I...
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Funny story:  Popular T.V. sports reporter signs autographs and gives match comments in Prison

Popular T.V. sports reporter signs autographs and gives match comments in Prison

Stuart Hall is settling in well among the "Beasts" at Wymott prison. The brilliant football commentator is in great demand as a free soccer expert during televised football. Hall, a great raconteur and astute MC for all events says he is as happy as...
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Funny story:  Paula Deen Is Offered A Job By Queen Elizabeth

Paula Deen Is Offered A Job By Queen Elizabeth

SAVANNAH, Georgia - National Focus Magazine is reporting that former cooking show host Paula Deen has been offered a job in England. Durango Tucker with NFM reported that Queen Elizabeth has been following the sad fall from grace of Paula Deen and...
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Funny story:  Auntie in a Ding Dong

Auntie in a Ding Dong

The BBC is placed in a very difficult position. Dangerously subversive comments in a song entitled 'Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead' have become popular with misguided people influenced by malign and corrupting influences on the internet. As a resu...
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Funny story:  Polar bears 'going mental' from BBC interference

Polar bears 'going mental' from BBC interference

London - Wildlife experts have slammed dodgy BBC documentary tactics after some Norwegian bi-polar bears complained of being interfered with during filming sessions. Covert video cameras caught bears behaving badly after a microphone was inserted...
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Funny story:  Lib Dem 'inappropriate conduct' victim says nine other women 'involved' in case

Lib Dem 'inappropriate conduct' victim says nine other women 'involved' in case

A woman at the centre of the inappropriate conduct case has said that she believes that there are nine other women involved in the case. It also emerged today that both Nick Clegg and David Cameron knew of the accusations. In a statement released...
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Funny story:  BBC to adopt the Vague Temperature Scale on weather reports

BBC to adopt the Vague Temperature Scale on weather reports

After complaints that the BBC's latest attempts to get across how cold it is are worse than useless, the BBC have turned to professor Cryan Box for permission to use his vague temperature scale. In the past, the BBC told people what the temperatur...
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Funny story:  GET HIM OFF MY TELEVISION!!! - says everyone

GET HIM OFF MY TELEVISION!!! - says everyone

A class action is being filed on behalf of the British Public against BBC, ITV and C4 jointly to redress trauma and distress of seeing 'that b*stard' every time the news is broadcast. Or any BBC retrospective. Keith Foss, spokesman for SOS (Sod Of...
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Funny story:  Celebrities rush to defend "bird brain" Tess Daly after Buerk attack

Celebrities rush to defend "bird brain" Tess Daly after Buerk attack

Days after Michael Buerk slammed the BBC's Jubilee coverage, celebrities have come to the defence of Tess Daly, whom Buerk described as a "pneumatic bird brain". The Pineapple Dance Studio narrator singled out the Strictly Come Dancing presenter...
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Funny story:  Entwhistle to Marry Miranda

Entwhistle to Marry Miranda

Disgraced former BBC Director General George Entwhistle has announced that he is to marry the BBC's top paid star Miranda Hart. It was during Entwhistle's brief tenure as Director General that Miranda signed a new contract believed to be £14m over th...
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Funny story:  Savile 'a kind of cancer'

Savile 'a kind of cancer'

Researchers working at the University of North London have concluded that former TV presenter Jimmy Savile shared many characteristics with the cell structures found in malignant tumours. Dr Not-the-second-nurse, a specialist in aggressive cancers...
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Funny story:  BBC On Forthcoming Rowling Series

BBC On Forthcoming Rowling Series

Investigative Journal "Wegos Where Egos" put a series of questions to a top CEO of the newly restructured BBC concerning their intention to turn the ill-fated Casual Vacancy allegedly written by J.K. Rowling into a TV series. For legal reasons we are not permitted to print the questions that were asked but after much debate with Rowling's legal team we were permitted to print the answers which...
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Funny story:  Irish Bookies offer odds on Chelsea Boss and BBC DG

Irish Bookies offer odds on Chelsea Boss and BBC DG

Irish bookmaker Super Paddy are offering punters the chance to bet who will remain longer in their job. The new Chelsea Manager Rafael Benitez or the new BBC Director General Tony Hall. "We really don't give Rafa much chance of getting to the end...
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Funny story:  Director of news pleads with staff to stop leaks

Director of news pleads with staff to stop leaks

The latest head of the BBC News operation has begun her new regime by attempting to stop the flow of leaks in the new building. Fran Tick, acting director, pleaded with colleagues not to contribute to the wave which is threatening to engulf the or...
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Funny story:  Paxman announces radical University Challenge changes

Paxman announces radical University Challenge changes

Jeremy Paxman today announced that there will be some major changes to the format of his long-running quiz show University Challenge. In a press release he said that the programme was to be re-structured to give it a more topical and less academic f...
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Funny story:  Miranda'll Fix it for the BBC

Miranda'll Fix it for the BBC

The BBC has unveiled it's new strategy to regain the trust of the nation. This will start over the Christmas period when the Christmas Day schedule will feature a 90 minute special of the sit-com 'Miranda' starring Miranda Hart this will be followed...
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Funny story:  Entwistle 'can go whistle for his fatcat pay-off' say angry MPs

Entwistle 'can go whistle for his fatcat pay-off' say angry MPs

London - Furious MPs have hit out at ex-BBC Director General of seven and a half weeks' pay-off of £450,000 in the wake of the slagging-off fiasco that smeared Lord McAlpine. George Entwistle's tax-free 'golden goodbye' cheque has been described...
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National Institute of Abhorrent Behavior (NIAB) to Study Cable News Anchors

Boston-Dr. Felix Noodlesorter of NAIB received a LooneyToonery grant to study the behavioral traits of those who anchor cable news shows. Prime subject for scrutiny is Wacky Chris Matthews of MSNBC,

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