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Funny story: "National Railway Replacement Bus Service Day" to honour Bob Crow

"National Railway Replacement Bus Service Day" to honour Bob Crow

In a move demonstrated to have more animation than the average commuter on a London Tube strike day, the Rail Maritime and Transport Union have presented a petition to Downing Street to declare the 27th of December "National Railway Replacement Bus S...
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Funny story: East Coast Blizzard Snow To Be Shipped To Colorado

East Coast Blizzard Snow To Be Shipped To Colorado

NEW YORK CITY - The mayor of the Big Apple, Michael Bloomberg has just informed the news media that he has been in contact with several mayors of East Coast cities regarding the horrific blizzards. He spoke with the mayors of Philadelphia, Baltimo...
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Funny story: Shock as new operator for East Coast Mainline trains announced

Shock as new operator for East Coast Mainline trains announced

There was shock and horror on the faces of both the Sir Richard Branson/Stagecoach consortium and the First Group when it was decided by the government that they were now not awarding the east coast mainline rail franchise to either of them. It wa...
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Obama Hit For Hypocracy

A white police cop roughed up Harvard prof, Henry Louis Gates & the Pres. said it was stupid but apologized. After he fired a black woman Shirley Sharrod who Brietbart lied about he wouldn't hire her.
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