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Funny story: Professor Quits Job To Open Brothel In Nevada

Professor Quits Job To Open Brothel In Nevada

DEMOCRACY NOW! TRANSCRIPT This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form. AMY GOODMAN: Here today with me is Professor Hugh Hurrong who has just resigned from the University of Houston to open a brothel in Nevada. Professor, why did you resign from your position at the university? HUGH HURRONG: Well, Amy, in my role as a Professor of Finance I defended Wall Street, Big...
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Funny story: Goldmine Sacks Holds Record Amounts of Pipeline in Storage

Goldmine Sacks Holds Record Amounts of Pipeline in Storage

Just revealed, the Wall Street banking firm Goldmine Sacks has rented up new warehouse storage in the range of trillions of square feet. The purpose is to hold miles of pipeline in abeyance and readiness, depending on need for implementation in upcom...
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Funny story: Breaking Up (The Banks) Is Hard To Do

Breaking Up (The Banks) Is Hard To Do

Breaking Up (The Banks) is Hard to Do For Sandy Weill From His Former Best Bud Robert Rubin In a stunning reversal, a former big bank CEO who crusaded for policies that helped create the so-called "too-big-to-fail" banks now says we need to break up the banks. Don't take your love of big banks away, Sandy Don't you leave all those vaults empty If you do then the one percent w...
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97% of Climatologists Fudged Data, Proven Wrong

As scientific fraud of massive proportions is unraveled, climatologists all over the world 'feel the heat'. "Even the NASA photographs of the Earth's poles were doctored," said an investigator.
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