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Funny story: Topless Protest

Topless Protest

GAWK, NEW YAK -- Nadine Gary, president of GoTopless compaign, protested the comments that some spectators made concerning Go Topless Day--or, more specifically, concerning those who participated in the event. "They had the audacity to rate our boobs...
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Funny story: West Virginia dress code aims to make teachers "best dressed" in country

West Virginia dress code aims to make teachers "best dressed" in country

ALMOST HEAVEN, WV - The West By God Virginia Teachers' Union is up in arms over a proposed dress code for the state's educators, which forbids flip-flops, jeans, tank tops, and facial piercings, among other "attire." "How dare they tell me how to...
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Funny story: Hollyweird's Hottest: Amanda Bearse

Hollyweird's Hottest: Amanda Bearse

Transsexual lesbian Amanda Bearse has been called lots of names, including "actress," "director," and "comedienne," but the first four letters of her first name, which is given only in the sense that she gave it to herself, says it all: Amanda is "a man." Transsexual lesbian? What's that? Technically, now that she has completed sex-change surgery, she is a transwoman (a man who becomes a "wo...
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Jar Jar Binks to be in New Star Wars The Force Awakens

Luke wasn't the only hero hidden from the trailer. JJ Abrams confirms Jar Jar was left out also. Rumors surfaced that Jar Jar will be cloned millions of times in what will be the 2nd Clone Wars.
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