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Funny story: MI5 pigeon-spies banned from flying during Chinese Communist party conference!

MI5 pigeon-spies banned from flying during Chinese Communist party conference!

The Chinese Communist Party has taken all precautions to avoid any form of spying during their conference in Beijing and has banned ping pong balls, vehicles driving with open windows and all pigeon-spies that normally circle over the conference cent...
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Funny story: 'Chinese takeaway': 10,000 killed, only 1 billion to go, in newest population reduction plan

'Chinese takeaway': 10,000 killed, only 1 billion to go, in newest population reduction plan

BEIJING: The massive earthquake that killed thousands this week was generated by underground detonation of top-secret depopulation weaponry by the People's Republic of China, sources indicate.
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Funny story: Princess Leia indulges in spot of torture

Princess Leia indulges in spot of torture

[4Q News report] -Princess Leia from the "Star Wars" movies, accepted an invitation to tortureFalong Gong members while visiting the Chinese Communist Party stronghold of V...
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Speedo Makes Fashion Breakthrough with New HillBlimp Swimwear

Post Lohte,Speedo moves on with HillBlimp swimwear modeled by The Hillary. Made from new techno-sailcloth,HillBlimp pantsuit-swimwear can be worn at rallies with a quick amphib-option of sea dunking.
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