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Funny story: BBC Plans New TV Channel for Senior Citizens and Ukip Supporters

BBC Plans New TV Channel for Senior Citizens and Ukip Supporters

BBC Director-General Tony Hall has announced that under pressure from the Daily Mail and with the rise of Ukip the BBC is to introduce a new TV channel to cater for neo fascists and closet racists. "As a public service the BBC is mandated to refle...
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Funny story: Paula Deen Blows Off Today Show Interview To Drink Malt Liquor and Apply For Food Stamps

Paula Deen Blows Off Today Show Interview To Drink Malt Liquor and Apply For Food Stamps

Fresh from admitting that she routinely referred to African-Americans as "n-words", Food Network Fry-cook Paula Deen acted like one this morning when the celebrity porker completely blew off a Today Show interview-- and the show's all-white cast is...
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Funny story: Daily Mail Readers Campaign For Return Of Death Penalty

Daily Mail Readers Campaign For Return Of Death Penalty

Following the brutal killing of two young police officers in Manchester, a not insignificant number of Daily Mail readers have signalled their intention to campaign for the reinstatement of capital punishment. Amongst comments left on the Mail's w...
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Funny story: Gay for a Day Festival Organisers "In Hiding"

Gay for a Day Festival Organisers "In Hiding"

Politicians of all persuasions united today to condemn the wave of tabloid hysteria sweeping the country which had forced the organisers of "Gay for a Day" to abandon the event and seek police protection in a safehouse somewhere in Brighton. It wa...
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Funny story: Lennon Defends After Match Gestures

Lennon Defends After Match Gestures

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has defended his after match gestures to the Rangers fans after the 0-0 draw this afternoon. Lennon was seen to put his hands behind his ears as he crossed the pitch in front of the Rangers faithful at the end of the las...
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