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Funny story: The FAA Grounds All Boeing 787s

The FAA Grounds All Boeing 787s

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Federal Aviation Administration has just issued an order that will officially ground all brand new Boeing 787 jetliners immediately. Lupita Chuffovich, 27, spokesperson for the FAA stated that extremely stringent inspections...
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Funny story: US Planes Grounded After Hole Scare

US Planes Grounded After Hole Scare

Southwest Airlines have grounded 80 of their jets after problems with their in flight tannoy caused grunge rock band Hole's album " Ask For It" to be played on a continuous loop for the duration of all flights. The 1995 album is widely regarded by...
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Funny story: Jets 2008 Season Re-cap

Jets 2008 Season Re-cap

The New York Jets made big moves this off-season. After a 4-12 season they had to and they did so in the draft and free agency. They traded multiple draft picks to move up two spots to draft a tight end from Purdue who was going to be on the board regardless. Avid fan & NY local, Paulie Walnuts had this to say. "Forget about it! What the fuck are they trading up for when this douche bag wo...
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Funny story: Jet lag turns Beckham into child again

Jet lag turns Beckham into child again

A freak accident has caused football superstar David Beckham to regress into a 4-year old child.
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Funny story: Weather, Wind Crack Jet Windshields in Denver

Weather, Wind Crack Jet Windshields in Denver

100 mile per hour winds that ripped through the Denver area caused the windshields of 13 jumbo jets to crack while sitting on the runways. The snowstorm and high winds also caused closure of the airport and hundreds of flight cancellations and delay...
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Angry Birds CEO to step down

Angry Birds CEO Mikael Hed will not head the Finnish company next year; he is being replaced because he is not "choleric" enough to effectively represent the hostile video game franchise.

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