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Funny story:  Uptick In Newly Created Religions Sparks Concern From Federal Courts, Law Officials

Uptick In Newly Created Religions Sparks Concern From Federal Courts, Law Officials

WASHINGTON D.C.--Trustworthy sources, anecdotes, and first-hand accounts all point to the same thing: hundreds of new religions have been springing up all over the nation in anticipation of the Supreme Court's decision on the Hobby Lobby suit brought...
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Funny story:  Schillings in Major Court Case

Schillings in Major Court Case

Keith Schilling, major player in the "reputation and secrecy" law firm Schillings of London has taken out an injunction against himself. At a restaurant in Kensington last night he inadvertently tipped over a glass of Rothchilds' Chateau Lafite P...
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Funny story:  Smart phone patent fight hots up

Smart phone patent fight hots up

The huge patent battle currently being fought between Happle and Samsing reached a dramatic peak as the judge sought in favour of Happle owning rectangles, squares and trapezoids but not wiggly lines or wigwams. Not to be outdone, Samsing immedia...
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Funny story:  Erotic art

Erotic art

Erotic art is an excuse, in the form of sketches, paintings, sculptures, and other media, to show naked people, many of whom are depicted as engaging in "erotic" (a codeword for sexual) activities. Although some people try to distinguish between erotic art and pornography, no argument for such a distinction has ever been generally accepted, and most people agree that one person's erotic art is ano...
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Funny story:  Supreme Court opens self to lobbyists (from a journalist's personal draft notebook)

Supreme Court opens self to lobbyists (from a journalist's personal draft notebook)

In the wake of the "Citizens United" case, a surprising development (may have) occurred. It appears that a new group of lobbyists has begun to approach the august body occupying the very pinnacle of United States jurisprudence. First suspicions of the new policy may have arisen from the discreet opening of several new offices on K Street in Washington with nondescript names like "Committee For...
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Funny story:  Justice Scalia Turning Into Gargamel from "The Smurfs" Before Our Very Eyes

Justice Scalia Turning Into Gargamel from "The Smurfs" Before Our Very Eyes

Longtime conservative United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is apparently morphing into a living caricature of Gargamel, the perpetually-plotting yet ever-frustrated hedge wizard slash homeless man antagonist from "The Smurfs." "It'...
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Funny story:  Southerners wink, nod at each other

Southerners wink, nod at each other

THE SOUTH--In response to the Supreme Court striking down a key portion of the Civil Rights Act of 1965, requiring certain southern states to seek federal approval before changing voting laws, white Southerners of all ages and backgrounds exchang...
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Funny story:  Justice Scalia Gets Knuckles Rapped

Justice Scalia Gets Knuckles Rapped

93 Year-old Sister Maria Inamorata caused a stir today when she halted court proceedings to admonish Justice Antonin Scalia. In the middle of a series of caustic questions the Justice was delivering to a clearly distressed plantiff's lawyer, the d...
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Funny story:  German comics union claim damages from the UK

German comics union claim damages from the UK

The German Comedians Union are to bring a case before the European Union claiming defamation by generations of British comedians. In the case they state that for years the British said that their comedy was far superior to German comedy and that Germ...
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Funny story:  Supreme Court Rules Sex Organs Unconstitutional In Determining Sexual Orientation

Supreme Court Rules Sex Organs Unconstitutional In Determining Sexual Orientation

BILLINGSGATE POST - In a 5-4 decision the Supreme Court overturned conventional sex theories held sacred since Adam and Eve discovered each other's interjoining plumbing in the Garden of Eden and ruled sex organs unconstitutional in determining sexua...
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Funny story:  Famous Supreme Court Cases

Famous Supreme Court Cases

The Supreme Court will hear arguments for two potentially-landmark cases for gay marriage this week. Here's a look back at some of the pivotal decisions the Court has rendered on in its history. 1857: Perhaps the most criticized ruling of all-time, the court holds in Dred Scott v. Sandford that people of African descent are not actually human beings. Oddly, no black people were even involved in...
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Funny story:  Supreme Court to Hear White House Dog Case

Supreme Court to Hear White House Dog Case

Washington DC: The Supreme Court is to hear oral arguments today in the case of Smith Vs Obama. Secret Service Agent Harry Smith, a staunch Republican, alleges that he was a special detail of one person assigned each morning to clean up the East Lawn...
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Funny story:  SCOTUS: 2016 Presidential office to be auctioned on eBay

SCOTUS: 2016 Presidential office to be auctioned on eBay

Washington DC - The Supreme Court of the United States of America today ruled by construction that since corporations are people, and money is free speech: dollars are votes. The Chief Justice who wrote the ruling spoke briefly to the largest asse...
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Funny story:  Meet American Idol's New Judges: The U.S. Supreme Court

Meet American Idol's New Judges: The U.S. Supreme Court

Hollywood - With Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and Randy Jackson dismissing themselves as American Idol judges, the show's producers have hired the U.S. Supreme Court to takeover all talent evaluations and rulings on the program. "Listen up, dogs,"...
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Funny story:  Supreme Court Justice Scalia Expands SCROTUM

Supreme Court Justice Scalia Expands SCROTUM

Special to TP News - Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has decided to expand his fraternal organization, SCROTUM (Supreme Court Republican Organization to Uncover Moderates). SCROTUM was established by Scalia in 2011 to aid in the fight against li...
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Funny story:  Mitt Romney thrilled with latest Supreme Court ruling

Mitt Romney thrilled with latest Supreme Court ruling

BOSTON(July 1)-Mitt Romney, while railing against the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of 'ObamaCare' seems to be enjoying their ruling against the 'Stolen Valor Act'. The Court decided that law was unconstitutional, violating an individual's 1st Ame...
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Funny story:  ObamaCare Saved by Legal Doctrine of "Convenient Supremacy"

ObamaCare Saved by Legal Doctrine of "Convenient Supremacy"

WASHINGTON, DC - In a surprise ruling, the US Supreme Court ruled that ObamaCare was Constitutional. Chief Justice John Roberts delivered the opinion which upheld the 2700 page bill. All of the Supreme Court Justices admitted that their judgements ha...
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Funny story:  TV Gynecologist Discusses a Woman's (BLEEP) Problems

TV Gynecologist Discusses a Woman's (BLEEP) Problems

Washington DC: The US Supreme Court has ruled that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is not the obscenity police charged with keeping broadcast TV channels free of inappropriate language and nudity. The director of People for Relatively...
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National Institute of Abhorrent Behavior (NIAB) to Study Cable News Anchors

Boston-Dr. Felix Noodlesorter of NAIB received a LooneyToonery grant to study the behavioral traits of those who anchor cable news shows. Prime subject for scrutiny is Wacky Chris Matthews of MSNBC,

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