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Funny story:  Men prefer pet names, women too

Men prefer pet names, women too

(Munich, Germany) Human males enjoy being called nicknames that they feel enhance their prowess in the eyes of others reports Dick Bush of the University of Maryland, Munich Campus.
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Funny story:  Computer dreams

Computer dreams

Dozens of brave souls in America and Japan have undergone brain surgery to implant hardware that allows customized dreams and heads-up Internet on demand.
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Funny story:  FDA approves clinical trial using Ecstacy-like drug

FDA approves clinical trial using Ecstacy-like drug

Psychiatrists at the University of Maryland have received FDA approval to begin clinical trials using a drug similar to MDMA, or Ecstacy as it is commonly known, for marriage counseling.
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Funny story:  LSD may cure bipolar, other mental disorders

LSD may cure bipolar, other mental disorders

Follow-up studies to those conducted by the military at universities and hospitals during the 1950s have shown that the hallucinogenic drug LSD may hold potential for treating several mental disorders.
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Funny story:  New lung medicine worries police

New lung medicine worries police

While developing an aerosol to break down tars in smokers' repiratory tracts, researchers at the University of Maryland Munich Campus in Germany discovered an unexpected side effect that has raised some controversy.
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Funny story:  Princeton ESP Lab had spooky premonitions of closure

Princeton ESP Lab had spooky premonitions of closure

Princeton, NJ - (Rioters): The Principal of Princeton University's ESP Laboratory - the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research laboratory or PEAR - says he's had a spooky feeling for the last thirty years that the pioneering psychic researc...
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Snoops: The average number of toothpicks people swallow in their lifetime? Three. Mostly from laughing after dinner.

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