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Funny story:  Where Oh Where Is The $700 Million?

Where Oh Where Is The $700 Million?

WASHINGTON, D.C. - As everyone knows it is not easy in this day and age to have money intended to go here to end up over there or money meant for this project to end up funding another totally unrelated project. The American people have seen that...
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Funny story:  U.S. Media/Entertainment Axis Marks Fourth Anniversary of Post-Katrina Pretend Reconstruction

U.S. Media/Entertainment Axis Marks Fourth Anniversary of Post-Katrina Pretend Reconstruction

The U.S. media/entertainment complex is marking the fourth anniversary of pretending that New Orleans and the surrounding area are being rebuilt in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Like every anniversary starting with the first in 2006, the media/e...
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Funny story:  Hex of Hurricane Katrina blamed as USS New Orleans prangs nuke sub Hartford

Hex of Hurricane Katrina blamed as USS New Orleans prangs nuke sub Hartford

Arabian Gulf - (Dodgy Sat-Nav Mess): A Spring Equinox shipping disaster in the Straits of Hormuz today was blamed on supernatural forces left over from the Hurricane Katrina fiasco as an amphibious vessel the USS New Orleans pranged the nuclear power...
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Funny story:  Simon & Shyster to Publish Bush Cookbook "Recipes for Disaster"

Simon & Shyster to Publish Bush Cookbook "Recipes for Disaster"

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Former President Bush signed a deal with Simon and Shyster to publish Recipes for Disaster, an eagerly awaited cookbook focusing on notable dishes from his administration. "If you don't 'stay the course,' at least stay for the Mai...
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Funny story:  Belated FEMA unit finally arrives in New Orleans

Belated FEMA unit finally arrives in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS, LA - More than 3 years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, a FEMA unit pulled into the city's lower 9th Ward this Friday. They apologized for showing up so late, citing the weather and bad holiday traffic as contributing fac...
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Funny story:  Bush reveals plan to eliminate poverty

Bush reveals plan to eliminate poverty

U.S. President George W. Bush revealed today that he has maintained a secret agenda to wipe out poverty in the U.S. by systematically eliminating poor people.
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Funny story:  Bush OK's Trickle Down Aid to Katrina Victims

Bush OK's Trickle Down Aid to Katrina Victims

In an attempt to insure that every victim of hurricane Katrina receives at least $1.00 President Bush has persuaded Congress to expedite 250 Billion of aid. The aid will be delivered in the form of cash grants to the top 1% wage earners in the count...
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Funny story:  Shakira stage show banned

Shakira stage show banned

Colombian warbler Shakira has had to cancel her performance at the New Orleans Shitterdome.
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Funny story:  Mark Burnett 2009 Survivor Bombshell...New Orleans

Mark Burnett 2009 Survivor Bombshell...New Orleans

(Baton Rouge--LA) It was a gathering of Hollywood's best with federal and state governments' not bad in the state capital of Louisiana as Mark Burnett announced that Survivor 2009 would be in New Orleans. Ray Nagin, Mayor of the hurricane rav...
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Funny story:  F.E.M.A. Is Replacing Trailers With Apartments

F.E.M.A. Is Replacing Trailers With Apartments

Thursday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (F.E.M.A.) chose to purchase several "inexpensive lodging facilities" to replace the out-dated trailers that have become home for Katrina survivors.
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Funny story:  House Passes Loan Disaster Bill, Bankrupts U.S.

House Passes Loan Disaster Bill, Bankrupts U.S.

The New York High Times - In a reaction to the delays and confusion that marked the agency's response to Hurricane Katrina and other 2005 hurricanes, the House passed a disaster loan bill.
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Funny story:  Gulf Coast Boom Town

Gulf Coast Boom Town

One month after the horrifying hurricane Katrina completely decimated the Mississippi Gulf Coast, life is returning with a hardened edge. "We got the water and food coming in pretty regular now, but now we need to clean up this mess," an unidenti...
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Funny story:  Humanitarian Efforts in Katrina Disaster Continue

Humanitarian Efforts in Katrina Disaster Continue

In an unprecedented move today, an Atlanta woman has agreed to donate her job to a Hurricane Katrina evacuee. Citing references from the Job Sharing Act of September 2005, Renee Greene, who has dearly loved her position as a real estate paralegal for...
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Funny story:  Offer of Katrina Debit Cards Quadruples Number of Refugees

Offer of Katrina Debit Cards Quadruples Number of Refugees

Houston -- The Bush administration's pledge to provide $2000 debit cards to victims of Hurricane Katrina reportedly "quadrupled" the population of the Astrodome in a matter of hours. Said one box-seat level official, "Individuals...
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Funny story:  New Orleans Looters Suffer Foot Problems

New Orleans Looters Suffer Foot Problems

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina the first "early responders" were not FEMA or Red Cross relief teams. The National Guard was yet many miles away. Stepping into this complete void, teams of highly talented looters braved the rising flo...
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Funny story:  Gas Shortage Nonexistent,  Oil Companies Admit Gouging

Gas Shortage Nonexistent, Oil Companies Admit Gouging

Houston -- Hurricane Katrina knocked out less than 10% of US refinery capacity. The current 'gas shortage' is in fact a reality shortage," according to experts, as several Louisiana refineries are already back on line. They're ra...
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Funny story:  New Orleans Alligators Demand Tabasco from FEMA

New Orleans Alligators Demand Tabasco from FEMA

Jefferson Parish -- Alligators assisting in the clean-up of Hurricane Katrina victims have reportedly demanded 50,000 gallons of Tabasco sauce from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). According to the Central Reptile Organizing Comittee...
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Funny story:  NFL Steps Up To Aid Hurricane Victims

NFL Steps Up To Aid Hurricane Victims

After both the Super Dome in New Orleans and the Astrodome in Houston stepped up and offered shelter to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, the National Football League decided to offer its own form of aid.
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Snoops: The average number of toothpicks people swallow in their lifetime? Three. Mostly from laughing after dinner.

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