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Funny story: New advertising campaign for Bilk & Bilk Law Firm Targets "Fox News Syndrome"

New advertising campaign for Bilk & Bilk Law Firm Targets "Fox News Syndrome"

"Bilk & Bilk", the national law firm, known for its representing disability claimants, mesothelioma sufferers, and recipients of bad delivery pizza has added a new victim. "If your aged or elderly loved one can no longer participate in an inte...
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Funny story: Nottingham Spoofer suffers 'Spoof Withdrawal Syndrome' - rushed to hospital!

Nottingham Spoofer suffers 'Spoof Withdrawal Syndrome' - rushed to hospital!

The Internet Health & Safety Monitoring & Investigation Unit, are looking into claims of relatives of an elderly Spoofer, Inchcock Chambers, of Nottingham, that he suffered a setback in his cardiac recovery programme, caused by the site being...
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