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Funny story:  Cat Makes A Million on E-Trade

Cat Makes A Million on E-Trade

Park Slope, NY - Fuggles the cat wasn't much loved by his new owner, Daniel Stone, who would sooner have gotten rid of him altogether... but then Fuggles became much more valuable. Fuggles had been bestowed upon Mr. Stone by his girlfriend, Sophie...
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Funny story:  Facebook Sues Hot Brooklyn Chick for Causing Share Value to Plummet by Deleting Facebook Account

Facebook Sues Hot Brooklyn Chick for Causing Share Value to Plummet by Deleting Facebook Account

Facebook has filed an $18 billion lawsuit against 22-year-old Kendall O'Hara of Brooklyn, New York, for intentional interference with Facebook's much-anticipated initial public offering of stock to small-time investors. On the day of the Facebook...
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Funny story:  Bank of America Announces New Customer Offerings: "Daylight Savings Account" and "Accelerated Affluence Attainment (AAA)" Securities

Bank of America Announces New Customer Offerings: "Daylight Savings Account" and "Accelerated Affluence Attainment (AAA)" Securities

Bank of America sustained a number of blows to its public reputation over the past year, most recently in a class action lawsuit by defrauded customers, which resulted in a settlement of $410 million. Nevertheless, in a press conference yesterday in...
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Funny story:  Romney unveils new definition for 'not very much" money: $374,327

Romney unveils new definition for 'not very much" money: $374,327

FLORENCE, South Car. - In a year that has seen a football player's name turned into a verb (to tebow), Mitt Romney has decided to provide a new definition for "not very much" money. Romney had just revealed that he paid about 15% in income taxes o...
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Funny story:  Forget gold, invest in sand, Wall Street advises

Forget gold, invest in sand, Wall Street advises

New York - How can you make some quick gains in a slow economy? The smart money on Wall Street is flowing out of gold and Into sand, according to a random survey of top investment analysts. "Sand is a steal compared to other commodities," said Rog...
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President Obama OK' Trillion Dollar Bills

Will print only 20 but we will send our creditors and pay off national debt. And so I get no argument, I put Ronald Reagan's picture on it.

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