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Funny story: Hillary Should Get Out Of The Campaign Now

Hillary Should Get Out Of The Campaign Now

Clinton has struggled for the past eight years to convince voters that she is a regular person who can connect with them. "Her problems boil down to one thing and one thing only, and that is likability," said Peter Hart, a Democratic pollster. An...
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Funny story: Gas Prices To Skyrocket And Shortages Loom

Gas Prices To Skyrocket And Shortages Loom

A gasoline spill south of Birmingham, Alabama, last Friday led to the shutdown of an important pipeline that delivers fuel to much of the South and East. It is expected to cause shortages and prices will rise dramatically. A Colonial Pipeline Co. pi...
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Funny story: BP Celebrates Earth Day and Positive Change (of the Climate Variety)

BP Celebrates Earth Day and Positive Change (of the Climate Variety)

This Earth Day, British Petroleum took the opportunity to celebrate the oil company's significant environmental progress. "We feel good about all BP has done to effect positive change," announced Group Chief Executive Bob Dudley. "Of the climate vari...
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Funny story: NASA Wants To Hire Jay Leno To Be Its Public Relations Director

NASA Wants To Hire Jay Leno To Be Its Public Relations Director

HOUSTON - The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has just made an amazing announcement. According to Trent Timmelfarb, NASA spokesperson, the national space agency wants to hire Tonight Show host Jay Leno to be its public relations dire...
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Funny story: Robopundit Alex Castellanos Soft Sells Republican Anarchism

Robopundit Alex Castellanos Soft Sells Republican Anarchism

Dateline: PALO ALTO--Robotics Corp, a Fortune 500 company, treated reporters to a behind-the-scenes look at the manufacturing of their preprogramed artificial persons for use in selling conservative policies in the United States. The featured model i...
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Funny story: Customers Unsettled By Bank PR Campaigns

Customers Unsettled By Bank PR Campaigns

Customers of UK High Street Banks are increasingly reporting their unease about the recent trend for banks to demonstrate excessive goodwill and courtesy towards customers. 'I only dropped into Nat West to use the cashpoint,' said one customer. 'O...
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Funny story: Eastwood PR Requests Patience in Responding to Requests for Invisibility

Eastwood PR Requests Patience in Responding to Requests for Invisibility

Harry Cloake, an enigmatic spokesperson for Clint Eastwood's public relations office in Sacramento, notes that since the RNC, incoming requests for invisibility have been increasing geometrically. Mr. Eastwood's heretofore unknown transformational su...
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Funny story: X Factor Wagner Gagging Leads To New Career Move

X Factor Wagner Gagging Leads To New Career Move

While X Factor bosses have gone to extraordinary lengths to keep axed Wagner from talking about the show, they may have done him a favour. The wacky Brazilian was expected to appear on TV chat shows after being kicked off the show with Katie Waiss...
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