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Funny story: Weekly Reader Censored For Fort Hood Analysis

Weekly Reader Censored For Fort Hood Analysis

Super School Events is a publication known to millions of U.S. school kids in grades 6-10. Pre-teen student reporters write it. But it is being banned in schools across the U.S. because of its content and analysis of the tragedy of the shootings...
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Funny story: Climate Change A Communist and Liberal Plot According to Beaver Bay Man

Climate Change A Communist and Liberal Plot According to Beaver Bay Man

Beaver Bay, OR (Car Seller's Weekly) - According to Earl Whitcomb, life-long resident of Beaver Bay, climate change is real. But it isn't caused by green-house gases or the use of fossil fuels. It is caused, asserts Whitcomb, by liberals and Communis...
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Funny story: The End of Physical Borders; The Beginning of Virtual Ones

The End of Physical Borders; The Beginning of Virtual Ones

London - (STT News) The UK's 'Maley Dale' today published verification that the effort to swap physical and digital concepts for national borders is just about back on track. According to Dale, there are only a few remaining obstacles to tearing d...
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Funny story: Top of the Mandela-Tribute Pops

Top of the Mandela-Tribute Pops

Greetings pop pickers. What follows is a chart rundown of the most used soundbites of which politicians, attempting to outdo each other with, and EVERY media outlet, attempting to shape our opinions with, have utilised in their gushing application of Sainthood to a man who never wanted to be considered a saint because he and no one is. He was however, a great man. (d'oh) 10. Great Man 9. Ma...
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Funny story: Newspapers print one issue for next 2 years

Newspapers print one issue for next 2 years

To reduce costs, newspapers are going to print just one issue for the next 2 years.  They will review it weekly and update some names as appropriate.  "We realize that the stories are the same every day. Therefore, we don't need to be paying write...
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Funny story: Anna Paquin confused about her sexuality

Anna Paquin confused about her sexuality

HOLLYWEIRD, CA - Despite being (a) married and (b) a mother, actress Anna Paquin insists that she is "really, really, really-really and truly-bisexual." Sexuality is not a "given" the actress claims, "but a choice, and, although I love Stephen enough...
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Funny story: In Defence of Mediocrity

In Defence of Mediocrity

The press is much occupied these days with the foibles of the rich and famous. To judge by the content of the press and the blogs, and the tidal wave of so-called reality TV, we, the anonymous public, take great delight in being reminded that power and privilege do not make a man wise or save him from ridicule. Remember all the fun we had watching a political bully and egocentric hit man named Wie...
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Funny story: Gulf War enthusiast creepily waiting for George H.W. Bush to die

Gulf War enthusiast creepily waiting for George H.W. Bush to die

ADA, OKLAHOMA--Following announcements of the former president's failing health, 35-year-old claims adjuster and Gulf War buff Mark Bancroft has been weirdly monitoring news reports in baited anticipation of George H.W. Bush's death. "Can you imag...
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Funny story: Unrelenting Hoax-Call DJ's in Spoof Apology

Unrelenting Hoax-Call DJ's in Spoof Apology

The Australian DJ's whose prank call led to the death of a nurse have continued their spoofing antics with a tongue in cheek parody of an apology live on Australian TV. Mel Greig and Michael Christian once again displayed their convincing acting a...
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Funny story: 18-Month Inquiry and 2000-page Report into Poor Press standards calls for Better Press standards

18-Month Inquiry and 2000-page Report into Poor Press standards calls for Better Press standards

Lord Justice Leveson has concluded his inquiry and subsequent report into questionable Press standards, commemorated by the customary photograph of him standing statesman-like with the report under his arm. The Judge's report on the industry was c...
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Funny story: Gee, Paul McCartney never heard that question before

Gee, Paul McCartney never heard that question before

LONDON, U.K.--English rock legend Paul McCartney was apparently surprised yesterday, when he was given a question which he totally hasn't heard before. The singer-songwriter claimed that not once in his 50 years of public life has he been forced to a...
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Funny story: Sundusky verdict feel-good counter to NBA Finals

Sundusky verdict feel-good counter to NBA Finals

AMERICA-In light of the Miami Heat's victory in the N.B.A. Finals, sports media outlets across the country have been using the guilty verdict in Jerry Sandusky's child molestation trial as the lighter side of the sports news. Media figures have claim...
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Funny story: Sick and Tired

Sick and Tired

I hate the "media". I am sick and tired of the fact that I cannot get the real news, without some new's media honcho's (or wienie journal-school jerk's or jerkett's) interpretation thereof. I hate the fact that I must conduct a daily search of right and left-leaning news sources, in order for me to somehow try to divine the truth there-between. Just when did "why" become such a necessary ing...
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Funny story: Facebook Introduces Ability To Comment On A Comment, Accidentally Unleashes Infinite Loop

Facebook Introduces Ability To Comment On A Comment, Accidentally Unleashes Infinite Loop

PALO ALTO-In what was intended as a neat way for friends and family to say their peace on the peace that another person said on an original post that may or may not be a mutual friend, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg claims he had absolutely...
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Funny story: Concerned, Fed Up Citizens Start Campaign Against Mass Media

Concerned, Fed Up Citizens Start Campaign Against Mass Media

A neighborhood has banded together in retaliation against the media take over of their street. The group of citizens calling themselves, "Neighbors Against Mass Media" N.A.M.M., band together with signs that can't be broadcast on the news live shots,...
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Funny story: Thank You and Goodbye

Thank You and Goodbye

The Leveson enquiry into media misdemeanours was shaken today when media tycoon Rupert Murdoch said to the enquiry - quoting famous line from Shakespeare :'Thank you and Goodbye.' Assembled newshounds were shocked. But what did Murdoch's words mea...
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Funny story: 'Media Must Pull Up Its Socks'

'Media Must Pull Up Its Socks'

The Levelheaded inquiry into media misdemeanours have issued an interim statement: 'The Media Must Pull Up Its Socks'. The 'Sun' and 'Daily Mail' refused to print the statement as 'it had nothing to do with them' The word is that media self-reg...
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Funny story: Media hopes for outbreak of swine flu or something interesting

Media hopes for outbreak of swine flu or something interesting

With the news of hurricanes quickly whisking themselves away, the media turns to cold and flu season for its latest outbreak of media frenzy. This affliction which affects mainly reporters and those who run news agencies occurs any time a story i...
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Breaking News...

Only 38% of Americans Can Name the 3 Branches of US Government

Recent poll results indicate vast majority of US citizens dumber than ever before. Cyber addicted, they flock to the latest Apple phones, seeking to redouse themselves in brain-dead video apps. Ugh!!

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