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Allison Williams: "My Dad Did Not Lie - Have More Respect For The Man Who Invented Dinosaurs"

Funny story: Allison Williams: "My Dad Did Not Lie - Have More Respect For The Man Who Invented Dinosaurs"

Allison Williams has spoken out in defense of her NBC Nightly News anchor dad Brian Williams who has been suspended from work without pay for being a liar. During a Q&A with Seth Meyers at New York's 92Y, the Peter Pan actress spoke out about...

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Big-Shot Barry, Brilliant Businessman

Funny story: Big-Shot Barry, Brilliant Businessman

Barry found a nice office. He bought some new furniture and moved in. he had only been there for e few hours when he heard someone coming toward the door of his office. "It must be my first customer" Barry thought. He quickly picked up the telephone and pretended to be very busy answering an important call from someone in New York who wanted to buy a big and expensive house in the country. F...

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7-Year-Old Unmasks Chris Christie

Funny story: 7-Year-Old Unmasks Chris Christie

Governor Chris Christie spent nearly two hours in Trenton on Thursday, apologizing and taking questions from reporters about the controversial closures of some toll lanes at the George Washington Bridge last September that caused huge delays in trave...

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Sen. Ted Cruz Renounces Citizenship

Funny story: Sen. Ted Cruz Renounces Citizenship

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said he is now taking steps to officially renounce his Canadian citizenship. The candidate for the Republican Party nomination for the Presidency in 2016 was born in Calgary, Alberta to an American mother. One is ineligible...

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Alistair Campbell puts forward his defence for the forthcoming War Crimes Trial

Funny story: Alistair Campbell puts forward his defence for the forthcoming War Crimes Trial

Australia: Alistair Campbells key note defense, for any forthcoming war crimes trial. "If the pollsters were to do a survey, who had a greater commitment to wartime truth, Churchill in the Second World War or Tony Blair in Iraq, I think we know what...

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'Big Bang' ages 80 million years in single day

Funny story: 'Big Bang' ages 80 million years in single day

Fans of utter bollocks are today enraptured by the news that people posing as scientists are claiming that the universe is 80 million years older today than stated yesterday. According to George Esfthathiou, "There's less stuff that we don't under...

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Left ear better at detecting male lies

To detect whether a man is telling the truth or lying, it's best to use your left ear, according to Dr Tilly Woppa of the Hearing Research Institute, Alabama. In over 75% of listeners tested, lie detection rates were better when listening through...

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Bogus war hero sentenced to 30 days

Funny story: Bogus war hero sentenced to 30 days

A man who embellished his military record to appear as a highly-decorated war hero has been sentenced to 30 days in federal prison, authorities said. Paul Haslam, 45, of San Diego, was convicted of altering a military or naval discharge certificat...

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