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Funny story: Plymouth beggar banned from discussing the weather

Plymouth beggar banned from discussing the weather

An aggressive beggar who is believed to have targeted disabled and elderly people has been banned from talking to strangers about the weather. Anthony Fox had even led his victims to discuss more technical weather-related subjects such as the leve...
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Funny story: A Guide to Plymouth, Devon (past Exeter), where Olympic Boy Diver Tom Daley lives

A Guide to Plymouth, Devon (past Exeter), where Olympic Boy Diver Tom Daley lives

A flock of seagulls flies through the night city air high over the houses, and is momentarily illuminated by a security light in the garden, of one of those houses. Thunderous sounds coming from the city center not too far away, seem to have brought them here. As they pass overhead, their squawks sound increasingly desperate, but then seconds later, they begin to lighten up. The fireworks continu...
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Funny story: Pompey & Plymouth Blunt Steel City Boys

Pompey & Plymouth Blunt Steel City Boys

"Hipray! Hipray! Hipray!" The cheers rang out from the two great naval dockyards after a double victory over the Blades and the Owls. In a fixture list twist, struggling Sheffield Utd travelled to a resurgent Portsmouth while Plymouth, in financia...
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Funny story: Bermuda Triangle Found In Plymouth

Bermuda Triangle Found In Plymouth

Marine Biologists from all over the world gathered in amazement in Plymouth this week to witness this spectacular discovery. The Bermuda Triangle, for centuries the biggest danger to ships around Bermuda was dragged up in a fisherman's trawler ne...
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Monsanto... Very Fishy Indeed!

After dumping two tons of genetically modified fish into the Atlantic, anyone henceforth fishing in any ocean or sea anywhere in the world will have to buy a licence from Monsanto ... or be sued.
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