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Funny story:  Dorking Church Hall News Letter

Dorking Church Hall News Letter

Dear Parishioner's, The hall has seen many faces come and go, thank the lord we managed to persuade "The Kim Jong Ill appreciation society" to give up their vigil. The violence was a little over the top but at least no one was arrested. This Easter we see some new faces using the hall and I hope they will be made as welcome as all our previous residents. Please report abuse of the hall to me.
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Funny story:  Dorking 'Taking Things Apart' Club AGM a Success

Dorking 'Taking Things Apart' Club AGM a Success

A turnout of more than 30 members was reported at the Dorking 'Taking Things Apart' Club AGM, held in the function room of the White Lion last Thursday. Following the traditional raising of glasses to late founding member Paddy O'Ginster, Club President, Reg Dishcloth, opened the proceedings by expressing delight at seeing so many old faces together with many members of the recently formed 'Jun...
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Funny story:  Memories of the Checkerboard Lounge

Memories of the Checkerboard Lounge

Called to another Chicago work assignment in the Summer of 2002, a small group of experienced road warriors with a common love of live music, decided to take a break from the week and see what they could see on a hot Thursday evening. The only question that really remained was "where to go". A few club names were offered up including "Buddy Guy's" and "Blue Chicago" downtown, but the scruffies...
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Funny story:  Chinese Drug Baron: "Google To Blame for Meow Meow-Led 'Drug Tsunami'"

Chinese Drug Baron: "Google To Blame for Meow Meow-Led 'Drug Tsunami'"

Meow Meow, the drug that has destroyed so many lives, is set to be outlawed in a matter of days. The lethal drug - real name mephedrone - will probably be made a Class B substance like Amphetamines and Cannabis. However, even when the ban - set...
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Funny story:  New Hassle Free, Worry Free Book, Music, and Video Club Announced

New Hassle Free, Worry Free Book, Music, and Video Club Announced

Are you frustrated with bookclubs that send you their featured selection of the month, even though you already sent back the little card? Are you upset that you received a new CD on the Greatest Hits of Mating Sounds of the Humpbacked Whale the day after the you actually ordered a John Denver album? Are you sick and tired of video clubs that require you to notify them by certified, registered ma...
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Funny story:  Tin Knickers and Traffic Lights

Tin Knickers and Traffic Lights

A Manchester night club is trialling a controversial system of a clubber's availability for sex. The system involves and requires clubber's to purchase appropriately coloured armbands on the way into the club. It is hoped the scheme will reduce...
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Funny story:  Getting around the smoking ban

Getting around the smoking ban

(Seattle, WA) As more states enact smoking bans, some business owners are taking legal steps to preserve their smoking sections. They are handing over their property to Native Americans.
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Funny story:  Premier Clubs Support Pitch Invasions

Premier Clubs Support Pitch Invasions

Premier League football clubs are set to introduce "controlled pitch invasions" to improve the atmosphere at the end of next season.
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