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Funny story: NSA Institutes New Program, MEMGONE

NSA Institutes New Program, MEMGONE

A program called "MEMGONE," which erases the political memory of the American people who watch, read, or hear the mass media as been instituted by the National Security Administration or NSA. Major newspapers, network and cable news are cooperating...
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Funny story: Being a Newspaper Reporter Jumps from Being the Worst to the Next-to-Worst of 200 Jobs in America

Being a Newspaper Reporter Jumps from Being the Worst to the Next-to-Worst of 200 Jobs in America

It might be old moldy news, but being a newspaper reporter is the next-to-worst of 200 jobs in America, according to distinguished organizations which employ people who don't do much work and get paid handsomely for spin-doctoring public relations semantic weaponry disguised as "news". According to Poynter.org: Newspaper reporters can add CareerCast.com to the list of sources telling them to fl...
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Funny story: Don't be so repetitive chief, sorry, Mr. Editor-in-Chief

Don't be so repetitive chief, sorry, Mr. Editor-in-Chief

A book by Thaler and Sunstein titled "Nudge" proposed the following solution to the problem of sending angry e-mails, which are often followed by regret: software that cautions you against sending it by saying "warning: this appears to be an uncivil email. do you really and truly want to send it?" A stronger version of this software might also require a user to enter a password to send the seeming...
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Funny story: A Woman Living In Baltimore Still Subscribes To The Newspaper

A Woman Living In Baltimore Still Subscribes To The Newspaper

BALTIMORE - People are always saying that there is nothing new under the sun, but Durango Tucker, a writer with National Focus Magazine has just come across a new story. Tucker spoke to Baltimore hair stylist Ruby Shimashanski, 41, about her pecul...
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Funny story: A Woman Living In Stockholm Sweden Subscribes To 19 Different Newspapers

A Woman Living In Stockholm Sweden Subscribes To 19 Different Newspapers

STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Ever since she was a little girl, Karla Vaxping has loved to read. She would read newspapers, magazines, and cereal boxes Ms. Vaxping, who is a very attractive divorcée recently made the news in Stockholm because of the fact th...
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Funny story: Sir Patrick Stewart undergoes sex change

Sir Patrick Stewart undergoes sex change

The X-Men's Professor X, Dame (formerly Sir) Patricia (formerly Patrick) Stewart, has undergone a sex change, following the (at-the-time) false report in the United Kingdom's premiere newspaper, The Guardian, that the former actor is "a post-operativ...
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Funny story: Kim Jong Un Proud of His Brand New Tattoo

Kim Jong Un Proud of His Brand New Tattoo

PYONGYANG, North Korea - The leader of North Korea has just stated in The Pyongyang Press-Post that he is positively thrilled with his brand new tattoo. The tattoo, which is a missile, was a gift from his favorite cousin Chung Fu Moo, Jr., who kne...
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Funny story: Guardian editor hauled kicking and screaming to cold cell and bread and water

Guardian editor hauled kicking and screaming to cold cell and bread and water

Readers beware! The headline above is totally false, not legitimate investigation--which follows below. The record will be clear. It is not true that The Guardian's Mr. Rusbridger was later conducted into an additional, secret Home Affairs Commi...
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Funny story: Person who died yesterday still dead today

Person who died yesterday still dead today

Obituary writers across the globe last night pushed hard at the boundaries of factual news reporting to write more stuff about the famous guy who yesterday died peacefully in his food blender, aged 82 (or 83, depending on whether you believe Wikipedi...
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Funny story: Lazy Newspaper Editors using The Spoof Stories, No One Notices

Lazy Newspaper Editors using The Spoof Stories, No One Notices

Several newspapers have been caught using articles from The Spoof writers to fill their paper. The articles include ridiculous quotes and crazy behavior. Sadly, the articles match reality so well that only writers from The Spoof actually noticed.
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Funny story: Chris Christie Calls Newspaper, Newspaper

Chris Christie Calls Newspaper, Newspaper

TRENTON, NJ - New Jersey Governor responded to a New York newspaper's headline calling him "fatso" by calling the newspaper, a newspaper. Christie, who could be the fattest man in the White House since William Howard Taft, fired back at the New Yo...
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Funny story: Chris Matthews: The Unauthorized Biography

Chris Matthews: The Unauthorized Biography

To show that he believed in "giving back" even before he had anything to give back, MSNBC's Chris Matthews went to Africa as a recent college graduate to serve on the Peace Corps. Then, to avoid work, he got on the public dole immediately upon his return stateside, working as an aide in the U. S. Senate. Because he had a way with words, if not with women, Matthews became a speechwriter, scripting...
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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: Gateshead Couple Fall on Hard Times

Gateshead Couple Fall on Hard Times

A middle-aged couple are recovering in hospital after a freak accident on their local high street. George and Florence Sellers tripped over a tightly bound parcel of newspapers which had been left for them outside their newsagents shop. They fell...
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Funny story: Survey shows that news articles which explain everything in a long drawn-out headline are more likely to draw readers than short or punny headlines

Survey shows that news articles which explain everything in a long drawn-out headline are more likely to draw readers than short or punny headlines

A survey by the Gatherers of Useless Newspaper Trivia (GUNT) have found that headlines which explain an entire story in its headline are more eye-catching than similar articles with shorter headlines. To test this, identical stories with different...
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Funny story: Irish Newspaper Goes One Better In Topless Royal Scandal

Irish Newspaper Goes One Better In Topless Royal Scandal

Not to be outdone in the media frenzy surrounding the recent exposure of the Duchess of Cambridge's modest breasts, the Irish tabloid, The Sunday Gobshite, has printed rather unflattering photos of another senior member of the British Royal Family.
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Funny story: Newspaper rapped for releasing Radio DJ's intimate Tupperware secrets

Newspaper rapped for releasing Radio DJ's intimate Tupperware secrets

The Press Complaints Commission upheld a complaint made by turbulent war monger, and BBC Radio 2 novelty act Jeremy Vine. In July 2010, Belfast-based "The Exeter Nibble" published allegations that Sir Vine partook in reckless activities with Tuppe...
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Funny story: Elderly man is getting close to locating Syria on Google Maps

Elderly man is getting close to locating Syria on Google Maps

HARFOLD, Vt. - Benjamin Waters, 83, is so sick and tired of hearing and reading about Syria in the news every fucking day that he's getting really close to actually finding out where it is. "I keep telling myself, 'Who gives a crap?'" Waters said,...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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