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Funny story: Elmo Releases Statement on Sex Allegations

Elmo Releases Statement on Sex Allegations

The latest Sesame Street rumor is that Elmo, the immensely popular red puppet, will retire after allegations of at least two sexual relationships with underage boys. Elmo has agreed to release a rare public statement to The Spoof. His defense of...
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Funny story: NYT publishes KKK cartoon, riots erupt in eleven southern states

NYT publishes KKK cartoon, riots erupt in eleven southern states

Riots erupted in eleven southern states today after The New York Times published a derisive cartoon linking the GOP and The Tea Party to the Klu Klux Klan. The cartoon showed three Klan members in white sheets and was labeled Larry, Curley, and Moe.
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Funny story: Curse of Wapping strikes again as NOTW whistleblower Sean Hoare found dead

Curse of Wapping strikes again as NOTW whistleblower Sean Hoare found dead

London - The search for the illusive 'smoking gun' in the NewsCorpse hacking scandal took a macabre twist today. Ex-NOTW writer Sean Hoare - who first fingered Andy Coulson in a New York Times hacking expose - was found dead at his home in Watford...
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Funny story: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's Anti-Union Bill Hits NY Times Best Seller List

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's Anti-Union Bill Hits NY Times Best Seller List

After a Wisconsin District Judge specifically ruled that Gov. Scott Walker's Anti-Union Bill could not be published, Scott Walker went ahead and published it anyway. Doing so has garnered the bill some much-needed publicity. In fact, so much so that...
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Funny story: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Asked to Pick up Bread; Circles Block 500 Times

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Asked to Pick up Bread; Circles Block 500 Times

MEMPHIS-- NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., son of a dead NASCAR driver of a similar name, ended up circling the block of his home 500 times after he was asked by his wife to pick up a loaf of bread. "All I said to him was, 'Dale, could you...
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Funny story: With Article by Libyan Qaddafi, NY Times Launches Terrorist Contributor Week

With Article by Libyan Qaddafi, NY Times Launches Terrorist Contributor Week

On Friday, the New York Times ran an op-ed by Libyan President Muammar Qaddafi. Qaddafi, the Israel-hating, bane-of-the-West leader who seized power in a 1969 coup has reformed himself in recent years. Still, it was slightly jarring to read the a...
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Funny story: Bush Denies Support Of Fake "New York Times" Iraq War Ends Story

Bush Denies Support Of Fake "New York Times" Iraq War Ends Story

(Washington, D.C.) Soon to be ex-President Bush held a press conference today denying that he initially supported a fake "New York Times" story declaring the Iraq War to be over because he was pulling out U.S. forces. "Let me just say that unlik...
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Funny story: New York Times' attempt to slime McCain backfires and helps him

New York Times' attempt to slime McCain backfires and helps him

The New York Times, a commie fishwrapper which should be called the New York Slimes, and whose motto should be "All the news that's shit, we'll print", recently slandered that great American John McCain, in the opinion of this repor...
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Funny story: NY Times Admits Endorsing McCain to Help Magnify Scandal Story After He Became Nominee

NY Times Admits Endorsing McCain to Help Magnify Scandal Story After He Became Nominee

Editor of The NY Times admitted today that they knew about the McCain scandal story many months before they endorsed him for Republican Presidential Candidate. But, they figured, once he became the party's sure nominee, the story would have much...
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Funny story: Ron Paul Featured in New York Times; Fair and Balanced

Ron Paul Featured in New York Times; Fair and Balanced

Confirming an earlier prediction in The Spoof, the New York Times really did publish an article about Ron Paul, the surprisingly popular Republica...
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Funny story: NY Times Might Mention Ron Paul; Internet Collapses

NY Times Might Mention Ron Paul; Internet Collapses

The New York Times announced today that it might mention Ron Paul in a story sometime before the end of 2007. Supporters of the candidate engaged in a blizzard of blogs, e-mails, and YouTube videos so intense that th...
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Funny story: New York Times Fails In Defense of WSJ Against Murdoch

New York Times Fails In Defense of WSJ Against Murdoch

The New York Times defended soon-to-be-unemployeed Wall Street Journal editors from Murdoch's siege on the Journal's owners, the Martini drinking Bancrofts.
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Funny story: New York Times Endorses Ron Paul

New York Times Endorses Ron Paul

In a surprise move today, the New York Times endorsed Republican candidate Ron Paul for the 2008 presidential election.
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Funny story: Bill Clinton Pens Crossword Puzzle

Bill Clinton Pens Crossword Puzzle

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - NEW YORK - In an effort to prove that the Clintons, unlike President George W. Bush, are literate, former president Bill Clinton penned a crossword puzzle for the New York Times Magazine. Since the presidency will be a two for...
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Funny story: Humor Writers Not Mass Murders Claims New Study Of Prestigious Humor Website.

Humor Writers Not Mass Murders Claims New Study Of Prestigious Humor Website.

An article to be published Monday in the prestigious Del Rio Journal Of Abnormal Psychology,authored by a team of researchers led by Dr. Caleb Baker, Chairman of the Department of Human and Animal Psychology, and Social Work at the Universit...
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Funny story: Bush Says Video Cameras in Restrooms Necessary for National Security

Bush Says Video Cameras in Restrooms Necessary for National Security

Wasington D.C. A recent sensational story in the New York Times, documenting how many of the innocuous-looking sensors, appearing, in recent...
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Funny story: Bush Sells More U.S. Cities

Bush Sells More U.S. Cities

President George "Dubbya" Bush was accused this morning in the New York Times, for arranging to sell U.S. cities to Islamic nations for large sums of cash, oil and a lifetime supply of pretzels. Suspicions arose after the Associate Mess; an undergro...
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Funny story: The Licence Fee

The Licence Fee

NEW YORK (AP) - "We, at the New York Times, believe that the time is right for the introduction of a licence fee to support our continuing activities," remarked Janet L. Robinson, President and Chief Executive Officer, of the prominent...
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"I Made Up Global Warming" Admits Gore

"I needed a new campaign hook and that bit about me inventing the Internet just wasn't going to fly so I just thought up that one," said Al Gore, Nobel Prize winner and former Vice-President.

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