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Funny story: The Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints To Change Their Name To The New Orleans Tar Saints

The Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints To Change Their Name To The New Orleans Tar Saints

NEW ORLEANS - Tom Benson, owner of The Super Bowl winners the New Orleans Saints has just announced that he has decided to change the name of his NFL football team Benson, who owns several Chevrolet dealerships in San Antonio, along with 782 Taco...
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Funny story: 47 Louisiana Tar Balls Wash Up On Galveston Beach, Texas

47 Louisiana Tar Balls Wash Up On Galveston Beach, Texas

GALVESTON - Well the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill tar balls have now reached each one of the five Gulf Coast states. Texas Governor Rick Perry has announced that Texas Rangers have taken into custody a total of 47 Louisiana Tar Balls that had washe...
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Funny story: Tar and Sand Candle Business Takes Off in Florida

Tar and Sand Candle Business Takes Off in Florida

Not everyone on the Gulf Coast of Florida is bemoaning the dastardly effects of tar balls washing up on their pristine white-sand beaches. Harold "Happy" Toner and his wife Sunny Toner are turning those tar balls into dollar bills. "Oh, we're hipp...
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Funny story: Thousands Flee Florida In Advance Of Oil Blobs, FEMA Help!

Thousands Flee Florida In Advance Of Oil Blobs, FEMA Help!

Those who have talked with citizens from New Orleans who were there after Katrina have put all the belongings they can into their cars, U Hauls and anything they can use to escape. It seems that FEMA is getting ready to come to Florida! "Wasn...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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