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Funny story:  How Green Is Your Pet?

How Green Is Your Pet?

Todays eco-friendly girl is fashionable and hip. No longer is it the preserve of bare-footed, lentil munching hippies, saving the Earth has never been so cool. But, before you congratulate yourself on your recycled hessian bag and low carbon footprint credentials, spare a thought for your pets. By ignoring their toll on our precious Mother Earth you could be undoing all your hard work! Howev...
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Funny story:  Isle of Wight News - Newby Nature Notes

Isle of Wight News - Newby Nature Notes

NEWBY NATURE NOTES: by Billy Murray What do birds and bats have in common? Eyes. Birds enjoy flying around and not bumping into things, but bats don't use their eyes for the same purpose. Bats use a type of radar in order to achieve the same result. However, since the discovery of the white-nose syndrome in bats found living in Newby village, Isle of Wight, there is a possiblity...
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Funny story:  Greenest budget ever to be announced

Greenest budget ever to be announced

In his never-ending hunt for stealth taxes to impose on a tax-weary public, the Chancellor has announced a series of bold new measures to cut CO2 emissions, reduce energy waste and generally increase the burden of tax on the public to pay for Crapita...
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Funny story:  The ultimate ECO-warriors

The ultimate ECO-warriors

California - (Hydrocarbons Mess): A reclusive Southern California bigoil pair have been dubbed the ultimate ECO- warriors after Off-the-Wall-Street sources revealed the couple's crude holdings.
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Funny story:  Peruvian Ecologists Discover New Tribe

Peruvian Ecologists Discover New Tribe

Ecologists in Peru have discovered a previously unknown indigenous group living in the Amazon jungle near the Brazilian border.
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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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