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Funny story: Sony hack forces thousands of children outside over Christmas

Sony hack forces thousands of children outside over Christmas

Thousands of Children were forced to play outside or entertain them selves with board games after the massive hack that left gamers unable to connect to the internet on Christmas day. The Hack resulted in gangs of feral children leaving their bedr...
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Funny story: Online Casino Offers Unlimited Free Bets And Guarantees Users Will Never Lose

Online Casino Offers Unlimited Free Bets And Guarantees Users Will Never Lose

It's true. The downside is that users will never win either, but dedicated gamblers can pitch their bets on suckabreak.con to their hearts' content and bet as much as a trillion virtual internet dollarbucks on any hunch they choose. The site is th...
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Funny story: F.B.I. cracking down on fake 'farmville' farms

F.B.I. cracking down on fake 'farmville' farms

The F.B.I. is investigating the use of fake 'Farmville' farms by individuals playing the very popular game on Face Book. The multi-state investigation has been under way for over 3 months amidst complaints by others playing the game. Scott Llop fr...
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