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Funny story: History repeats itself

History repeats itself

The Battle of Qadisayeh marks the end of the Persian Empire, fought in 636 A.D. It was a decisive battle between ISIS, oops, Arab Muslim invaders and the Sassanid Persian army at Qadisayeh, presently a 2-hour drive to Baghdad. Who to blame: George Bush, Obama or King Khosrau II? In fact, King Khosrau II, technically the last King of Sassanid Empire, was murdered along with 18 eligible male heir...
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Funny story: Newly Discovered Journal Reveals Hitler Meant Moustache to be Ironic

Newly Discovered Journal Reveals Hitler Meant Moustache to be Ironic

A journal recently discovered by historical researchers from the Institute of Hipsterism at the London Academy of Social Sciences reveals that Adolf Hitler originally grew his distinctive mustache as a joke. "I have adopted the most comical of mousta...
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Funny story: New Feudalism

New Feudalism

Housing has become a serious issue as of late. Age old issues of sub-standard housing and illegal tenant evictions still are still alive and well, recently having been joined by new scams and blood-suckers like sub-prime mortgages and time-share hucksters. Worse than any of these, relatively recent quagmires, they are still nothing compared to those of the pre-Capitalist Feudal Era. Ah, yes,...
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Funny story: Art history: finger painting

Art history: finger painting

Finger paints are bright primary colors that artists apply to canvases using their fingers, rather than brushes, to save money and avoid costly cleanup. During spring break, Miss Ruthie invented the medium when she was thinking of a "fun, creative project" for her daycare students. They got bored easily, she explained, and she wanted to find a way to divert them for the hours between nap time a...
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Funny story: History Strikes Back - Barnes Wallis' Answer for the Crimea

History Strikes Back - Barnes Wallis' Answer for the Crimea

Out of history often comes tales of those long dead returning to share visions and recalls of what was and may be. Here today, DeLisa ReNova of the BBC tells the story of her encounter with one of Britain's most famous innovators and heroes of WW2. A man who, in his time, helped change the course of world conflict... Ms. ReNova begins by explaining her job at the BBC, "I am, by most definitions...
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Funny story: Stranger Than Truth: Remembering The Y2K Bug

Stranger Than Truth: Remembering The Y2K Bug

Remember Y2K? Throughout 1999, the world was held in worried limbo based on the idea that at midnight on December 31, the sky would, literally, come crashing down around them. This was based on the concern that computer operating systems that ran everything from space satellites to large airliners would freak out because there was no programmed year 2000 for it to roll into. Instead, they w...
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Funny story: Newly Discovered Predictions of Nostradamus are Startlingly Specific

Newly Discovered Predictions of Nostradamus are Startlingly Specific

Salon de Provence, France - A recent discovery in the attic of an old chateau yielded additions to the legendary prophesies of Michel de Nostradame, popularly known as Nostradamus. Professor Yves de Shrimpone held a news conference yesterday at Ins...
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Funny story: Why Britain Hates The Winter Olympics

Why Britain Hates The Winter Olympics

On the 7th of February, President Vladimir Putin of Russia will insert a flaming 12-inch torch into a fur-lined brown ring in Sochi, causing a shower of snowy liquid to shoot over the expectant crowd and thereby bringing to a start the Winter Olympics of 2014. It is sure to be a gay old time for all involved, but how did we get here? Where did it all begin? The answer, perhaps unsurprisingly, i...
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Funny story: Prussia? It was here just a century ago!

Prussia? It was here just a century ago!

Prussia, it was there just 66 years ago, and poof...it vanished. Prussia, a nation-state destined to be enveloped by modern-day west Germany, was most notably a perfect game changer in US elementary history books. It has been proposed that Prussian h...
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Funny story: Charging Khosrau II with Omission

Charging Khosrau II with Omission

King Khosrau II, technically the last King of Sassanid Empire, in 628 A.D., was murdered along with 18 eligible male heirs to the throne in a coup led by his son, Shiroye. Shiroye, the new king, did not last long. He died of plague within a year of accession. In fact, the death of Khosrau II was the last straw to wipe a grand civilization off the face of the earth. It never rose from the ground ag...
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Funny story: Trousers top the list of most useful clothing item

Trousers top the list of most useful clothing item

Many thought the bra would have been the most useful invention invented by the inventive. However, it has been pipped to the top of the clothing pops by trousers. Researchers for Hi! magazine who conducted the survey think that this was because most...
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Funny story: Lifetime bans in professional sports

Lifetime bans in professional sports

Major League Baseball is reportedly considering hitting Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez with a lifetime ban for steroid use. Let's look at some other famous examples of lifetime bans in sports. 434 B.C.: Hypatius of Rhodes is banned from competing in the Olympics after failing to disclose to officials that he is descended from Zeus. 1874: After he is discovered cheating, Pete McGraw is...
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Funny story: Dorking celebrates local medieval character

Dorking celebrates local medieval character

Dorking Museum has today opened an exhibition to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the death of King Cunbert the Anachronistic of Dorking. He ruled the area briefly during the Forgotten King period, when Dorking lost contact with the rest of the cou...
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Funny story: Stiletto Heels were invented for men!

Stiletto Heels were invented for men!

Historians working at Cambridge University have discovered the origins of the stiletto heel, or court shoe, whilst trawling through cobbling records from seventeenth century France. "Many people think that court shoes are so called because they ar...
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Funny story: Cross Dressing through history

Cross Dressing through history

In the dawn of time, all humans were naked, so there was no such thing as cross dressing, but current research shows that cross dressing is a psychological condition, so although there was no cross dressing, there were cross dressers. These people must have been very confused, and didn't know how to solve it. Then, about ten thousand years before some hippy was killed for pointing out the flaw...
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Funny story: Grand Theft Pony Violent Video led to Genghis Khan Murdering 40 Million

Grand Theft Pony Violent Video led to Genghis Khan Murdering 40 Million

Diogenes spent his entire life walking the earth with a lantern searching for an honest man and a pair of matching socks. He found neither. Maybe he should have purchased an iPad and searched Wikileaks instead. Because it's there that the Center f...
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Funny story: Scientific Evidence Than Man Co-existed With Dinosaurs

Scientific Evidence Than Man Co-existed With Dinosaurs

New definitive evidence has been found that man co-existed with dinosaurs. Footprints of a giant man have been found alongside dinosaur footprints. Evolutionists have been dismissive of these new claims and have tried to discredit the new evidence.
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Funny story: A Historic Leap Year Bedtime Story: Pay to Play

A Historic Leap Year Bedtime Story: Pay to Play

February 29th is the one day no man should wear deodorant - especially if he's single or once hooked up with a woman who sees hearts on his nipples rather than androgenic hair. History deems February 29th as the day when any three-eyed bearded woman whose weight happens to be more than a double-trunked compact automobile is allowed to pursue any man of her desire relentlessly for twenty-f...
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