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Funny story: Apple to release Geordie products

Apple to release Geordie products

Apple has announced a range of products designed especially for the people of Newcastle. The 'Why i' range will be available in the near future with the launch of 'why itunes' a music site devoted entirely to geordie artists such as Cheryl Cole, Jim...
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Funny story: Apple Creates App to Play Beatles White Album Backwards

Apple Creates App to Play Beatles White Album Backwards

Following numerous iPod repair claims at thousands of Apple retail locations, reportedly created by trying to force the reverse playing of the Beatles White Album, Apple has just announced an App that will play the famous track backwards to reveal th...
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Funny story: Beatles being Held Hostage by Record Label

Beatles being Held Hostage by Record Label

London, England - Beatles fans who have been waiting for years to hear their favorite Beatles tunes on iTunes are just going to have to keep waiting. The record label is holding the tunes hostage. "That's about the extent of it," claims Sir Paul M...
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Funny story: Future American Idol David Archuleta faints amidst rumours of conspiracy

Future American Idol David Archuleta faints amidst rumours of conspiracy

Los Angeles: American Idol contestant and future American Idol David Awwww-chuleta has already won many talent contests, regional as well as national, but the 17 year old still seems to be unaccustomed to all the media attention tha...
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Funny story: Soulja-Boy Stays in iTunes' top 10

Soulja-Boy Stays in iTunes' top 10

On September 14, 1930, Allan Bloom was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. Known for his Platonic and Socratic philosophies, Bloom was a famed American philosopher when he died in 1992. Bloom, strongly influenced by philosophers of the likes of Friedrich Nietzsche and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, is most widely known for his criticism of the American higher education system in his bestselling book, The Closi...
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