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Funny story: Cartoon Characters Squawk at NYC Press Conference

Cartoon Characters Squawk at NYC Press Conference

Travelers in NYC's Grand Central Station were stopped dead in their tracks yesterday when they witnessed an amazing press conference starring an irate group of cartoon characters complaining about their names. Here's "the skinny" about the even...
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Funny story: Busted! Twitter Birdies Accused of Insider Trading

Busted! Twitter Birdies Accused of Insider Trading

Three twitter birdies are accused of making a bundle by breaking the law. As Twitter plans its first public offering of stock, the three birds are accused of tweeting inside financial information to a few traders willing to pay for it. Law enfo...
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Funny story: Jane Austen Visits Bookstore in NYC's Grand Central Terminal

Jane Austen Visits Bookstore in NYC's Grand Central Terminal

Furious upon learning that her likeness would appear on 10-pound Bank of England notes, Ms. Austen determined she would take action to express her displeasure. "Kinda cheap," Jane reportedly complained, spreading the word that she had expected...
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Funny story: Mr. Fiscal Cliff Vows to Change His Name in 2013

Mr. Fiscal Cliff Vows to Change His Name in 2013

The 34-year-old held a press conference in Grand Central Station in NYC yesterday to let the world know of his plans. Awaiting the start of the press conference, the crowd was entertained by the dulcet tones of the late Johnny Cash singing "A Bo...
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Funny story: Spider-Man Has Sandwich Named for Him at Carnegie Deli

Spider-Man Has Sandwich Named for Him at Carnegie Deli

It's Spider-Man week in NYC. To celebrate, the world-famous Carnegie Deli has announced a special sandwich. It's called "The Spidey." At Grand Central Station yesterday the man himself talked about the sandwich and said he couldn't wait to dig his...
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Funny story: The Apple Inc. Logo; Who Bit into the Apple?

The Apple Inc. Logo; Who Bit into the Apple?

It's a whodunnit like no other. Most agree that the two likeliest suspects are the first couple. No, not Barack and Michelle. The real first couple -- Adam and Eve, first residents of the Garden of Eden. But neither one will own up to the deed.
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Funny story: Apple to Open Store in Grand Central Station; iPads Perform Zumba Routines to Celebrate

Apple to Open Store in Grand Central Station; iPads Perform Zumba Routines to Celebrate

It was a press conference for the ages yesterday when Apple chose Grand CentraI Station as the venue for its announcement that the company plans to open a store in that very location. The Apple executives thought THEY would be the center of attentio...
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Funny story: Is Talk of a Pig's Patootie Politically Correct?

Is Talk of a Pig's Patootie Politically Correct?

According to the pig community, the answer is a resounding "NO." Pigs were appalled by the recent statement of Democratic political strategist James Carville: "Most people don't really give a pig's patootie about a nuclear arms deal with Russia...
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Funny story: Some People Don't Hate Us, NYC Rats Say

Some People Don't Hate Us, NYC Rats Say

Like their human counterparts, New York City rats are both bold and clever. That was proven this week, when the rats took steps in damage control after there was some press about new ways to handle rodent infestation in the subway. The little creatu...
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Joe Biden confirmed a run for the White House. He said the main reason was sexism against Hillary. "It's sad you know, some people just couldn't stand to see a broad in the White House"
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