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Funny story: Electronics industry insider squeals, "Big companies make their products to last long enough for the warranty to expire but not much longer."

Electronics industry insider squeals, "Big companies make their products to last long enough for the warranty to expire but not much longer."

Remember the good old days? Your mother or grandmother still has a washing machine that is over forty years old and is still used daily. It sounds and moves like it's trying to lift off to the moon but to it's credit, the bastard still works. You...
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Funny story: Fat Man Steals 20 bottles of whiskey from Liquor store!

Fat Man Steals 20 bottles of whiskey from Liquor store!

While a friend caused a commotion outside a liquor store in Louisville, Kentucky, a big bellied guy in the store filled his pants...well, he didn't exactly crap on himself or anything, that was later. The fat guy inside the store filled his pants...
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Funny story: Emergency replacement on Strictly

Emergency replacement on Strictly

On Thursday after tripping over partner Johnny Ball's feet when he asked her to think of a number in the middle of a foxtrot Strictly Come Dancing professional Aliona Vilani fell and broke her ankle. With the first live show coming up fast the BBC ha...
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Plans for Bergdahl Post-CourtMartial Leaked

Another leak from the Empire Palace reveals Barack I will appoint Beau Bergdahl--after his court-martial--as His Excellency's Ambassador to the Taliban, given Bergdahls' extensive connections there.
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