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Funny story: The Dyson bird feeder is not 100% squirrel proof

The Dyson bird feeder is not 100% squirrel proof

In his bid to make the world are more aesthetic place that is safer, easier to navigate and largely yellow and purple, Dyson's new range of bird feeders have hit the trees and branches of suburbia. "It's an elegant design," said Ellie James, an e...
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Funny story: Food shortages cause a run on the "Doomsday" Global Seed Bank as crisis worsens

Food shortages cause a run on the "Doomsday" Global Seed Bank as crisis worsens

New York, New York - Because of the food shortages, blamed on the rising cost of oil, fertilizer and increased production of biofuels in Europe and America, nations that recently made contributions to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault have been forced t...
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Funny story: Cock-up at Svalbard

Cock-up at Svalbard

(Spitzonfloor, Norway): "Well that just about freaking tears it!" stated Olaff Yonderhozen, head of the Norwegian Ministry of Frozen Food at a hastily called news conference after being informed by the Svalbard Global Seed Bank Mangers that...
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Funny story: U.S. Seed contribution at the Svalbard Int'l Seed Vault rejected as counterfeit; evidence of genetically altered grain found

U.S. Seed contribution at the Svalbard Int'l Seed Vault rejected as counterfeit; evidence of genetically altered grain found

Some Rock Island, North Pole - Previously rejected by its two-thousand-year-old indigenous corn grower neighbors to the south in Mexico, and even starving African countries abroad, the U.S. agriculture industry received the biggest slap in its face t...
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