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Funny story: Can The United States Just Say No To Ebola?

Can The United States Just Say No To Ebola?

While the United States prevents members of Al Qaeda, Taliban, ISIL, Boko Haram and Khorasan, as well as British cooking goddess Nigella Lawson, from entering the country, why can't travelers from Ebola stricken nations in West Africa - Nigeria, Sene...
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Funny story: Genoproject Results Continue To Surprise

Genoproject Results Continue To Surprise

WASHINGTON, D.C. - At a news conference earlier this week, Dr. Spencer Wells, the National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, announced more surprising results from the Genoproject's Multiyear research. According to Wells, by using their "cutting-e...
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Funny story: Smegma Falls, Idaho; Still World's Worst Named City

Smegma Falls, Idaho; Still World's Worst Named City

Reuteers News Wire - Failing to pass a city wide vote and change its name to "Odiferous Valley", the modest town of Smegma Falls, Idaho, will still hold onto its title of "World's Worst Named City" as tallied by independent audit firm of Harold Bawls...
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Funny story: African Editions of National Georgraphic Magazine Feature Naked Caucasians

African Editions of National Georgraphic Magazine Feature Naked Caucasians

Business managers for the Kenyan edition of National Georgraphic admit that they are turning the tables on the traditional magazine. While most copies will show naked African, South American, or Pacific Island natives without their clothing, the new...
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Funny story: Uganda Bans Miniskirts, National Geographic Cheers Return to Normalcy

Uganda Bans Miniskirts, National Geographic Cheers Return to Normalcy

The Government of the African nation of Uganda has banned the wearing in public of the miniskirt by women (men are still permitted to wear them, but that is another story). They claim that this was done to prevent traffic accidents, both car and ox...
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Funny story: More Tits, Ass and Beaver shots on TV this Season

More Tits, Ass and Beaver shots on TV this Season

Viewers are in for a wild ride this 2008 season following the announcement by National Geographic television that they are to show more flora and fauna in excessive detail than ever before.
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Funny story: Ludacris makes gigantic fish head sculpture to aid Arctic sea lions

Ludacris makes gigantic fish head sculpture to aid Arctic sea lions

Rapper Ludacris collected fish heads as a hobby until he stumbled upon a National Geographic TV program about the Arctic sea lion.
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Funny story: Britney Spears to be Featured on Cover of National Geographic

Britney Spears to be Featured on Cover of National Geographic

Pop icon Britney Spears will be featured on the cover of the February National Geographic. The singer is to be shown in her natural environment, doing the things that most single mothers do. The story is expected to include shots of Britney arrivin...
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Kerry Deals With Hostage Crisis

A spokesman for the U.S. State Department announced that Secretary of State John Kerry has been taken hostage by Iranian terrorists and is involved in negotiations demanding his immediate release.
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