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Funny story: Spider-Man Furious His Broadway Show Is Closing

Spider-Man Furious His Broadway Show Is Closing

He no longer loves New York, after learning that his show, "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," will be closing in January (it hasn't been packing 'em in at the box office). "What I can't figure out," a perplexed Spider-Man has told friends, "is that...
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Funny story: Batman Begone! TV Series Spin-offs Coming to a Screen Near You

Batman Begone! TV Series Spin-offs Coming to a Screen Near You

The Fox network (not actually run by a small woodland dwelling animal as previously thought) has commissioned a new TV series based in Gotham city! The place of course were everyone's favourite "Dark Knight" resides, unfortunately Batman will not be...
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Funny story: Spiderman eaten by Robin

Spiderman eaten by Robin

Spiderman, Spiderman, does whatever a spider can, including being eaten by Robin, the sidekick of Batman. "It was a moment of predator versus prey," said Superman, who had seen the whole thing from a window ledge in Metropolis. "I couldn't believe...
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Funny story: Spider-Man Ousted from NYC Gym

Spider-Man Ousted from NYC Gym

To many, he's the amazing Spider-Man. But he's not that amazing to the owners of a gym on the upper East side of Manhattan. They had given him a temporary pass to use the gym facilities, but they're not pleased with his behavior. They've confirmed what was only a rumor: that they've turned down Spidey for permanent membership. These are the reasons they gave: -- Spider-Man refuses to us...
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Funny story: Spider-Man Has Sandwich Named for Him at Carnegie Deli

Spider-Man Has Sandwich Named for Him at Carnegie Deli

It's Spider-Man week in NYC. To celebrate, the world-famous Carnegie Deli has announced a special sandwich. It's called "The Spidey." At Grand Central Station yesterday the man himself talked about the sandwich and said he couldn't wait to dig his...
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Funny story: Kirsten Dunst to play the new superhero(ine) in Spider-Woman

Kirsten Dunst to play the new superhero(ine) in Spider-Woman

Kirsten Dunst will now stop swinging around with her old on-screen boyfriend Tobey Maguire, who plays the role of Peter Parker/Spiderman in the Spiderman movie series, and "Hang Around" the New York skyline by herself. A source associated with the...
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Funny story: Spider-man To Be Remade Again In Wingdings

Spider-man To Be Remade Again In Wingdings

Targeting a Winter 2016 opening date, 20th Century Fox has announced preliminary plans to reproduce the Spider-man series in Wingdings font. The film will be independent of the 2002 version as well as the upcoming 2012 version with the guy who plays...
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Funny story: As U.S. Space Shuttle Program Ends, Extraterrestrials Say HOORAY

As U.S. Space Shuttle Program Ends, Extraterrestrials Say HOORAY

In some quarters, there's a lot of sadness and nostalgia that the U.S. Space Shuttle Program is ending. Not so in outer space. Most of the folks there are delighted. Extraterrestrials are sick of American attempts to colonize THEIR space. They wish they'd just go home and stay put. One little female extraterrestrial was heard to say, "It's not bad enough that Americans think they ca...
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Funny story: Weiner booked on Broadway; performs his own stunts in "Tweeting Memories: The Tangled Web"

Weiner booked on Broadway; performs his own stunts in "Tweeting Memories: The Tangled Web"

Shut out of politics by a cyber sex scandal, former Congressman Anthony Weiner has landed on Broadway. The ex-politician stars in a one-man show based on his adventures as America's lewdest lawmaker. Titled "Tweeting Memories: The Tangled Web," t...
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Funny story: Spider-Man Scandal: He Bought Himself Good Reviews!

Spider-Man Scandal: He Bought Himself Good Reviews!

The new reviews of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," which finally had its official opening night on Broadway, are in. They are quite good, at least better than the reviews of the preview performances. They SHOULD be good, as they've been bought...
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Funny story: Green Lantern Holds Press Conference, Discusses His New Movie

Green Lantern Holds Press Conference, Discusses His New Movie

Born in 1940, he's on Medicare and is collecting Social Security benefits. But he's still fighting the bad guys. Green Lantern, in a public appearance related to his new movie (in which he'll be played by Ryan Reynolds), addressed the media in N...
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Funny story: Superman Announces He's Reinventing Himself; Lady Gaga Will Assist

Superman Announces He's Reinventing Himself; Lady Gaga Will Assist

Still wearing the same tried and true, red-and-blue outfit with a splash of yellow, the Man of Steel held a press conference in New York's Grand Central Station yesterday and announced his plans for the future. Reminding everyone that he made his...
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Funny story: 'Charlie Sheen: Turn Off The Dark' Opens On Broadway

'Charlie Sheen: Turn Off The Dark' Opens On Broadway

The producers of the Broadway show "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark" have found an interesting way of 'fixing' the show before it's oft-delayed Broadway opening by combining it with Charlie Sheen's Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour. "For the first time...
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Funny story: iPad 2 Shortage Explained; Many Too Wild to be Sold!

iPad 2 Shortage Explained; Many Too Wild to be Sold!

No wonder there aren't enough iPad 2s to go around. An unnamed Apple official, who has spoken to the press on the condition of anonymity, admits what had only been a rumor: that many of the new iPads are disgracing the company and are in no conditi...
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Funny story: NASA to Sell Retired Space Shuttles; Who Will Buy Them?

NASA to Sell Retired Space Shuttles; Who Will Buy Them?

Maybe you thought that the soon-to-be-retired space shuttles would be going to museums. Think again! To raise revenue for the Space program, NASA plans on selling them to the highest bidders. Speculation is already rampant about possible buyers. Here are just a few: -- Singer Harry Connick, Jr. He'd like to have a space shuttle on which to perform a rendition of "Fly Me to the Moon,...
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Funny story: Is Lady Gaga an Alien from Outer Space?

Is Lady Gaga an Alien from Outer Space?

After Sunday's Grammy Awards show, some think the answer is YES, arguing, "Is there any doubt? She arrived in an egg, for Pete's sake." Others disagree. One Lady Gaga fan was heard to comment, "It's her right to choose an egg as a means of tran...
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Funny story: Spider-Man Grounded by New York State Department of Labor

Spider-Man Grounded by New York State Department of Labor

When "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" premieres on March 15, there will be one change that is readily apparent to the audience. Spider-Man won't be doing much more than walking or crawling. Spinning a web, flying across the stage, and climbing up tall...
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Funny story: Spider-Man To Join Fantastic Four, Says Agent Drew Rosenhaus

Spider-Man To Join Fantastic Four, Says Agent Drew Rosenhaus

New York City is about to become a little bit safer, after word from The Baxter Building that Spider-Man will be replacing Johnny Storm after his tragic death during the Negative Zone crisis. Spidey, please don't change costumes! We know how...
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