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Funny story:  China To Overtake U.S. Economy By 2016?

China To Overtake U.S. Economy By 2016?

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development in Paris stated in a revised report published this week that China was on course to surpass the U.S. economy in only three more years. "China hasn't improved on their products but since jun...
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Funny story:  Apathetic Sex Offenders Gleeful at the Prospect of a New Challenge

Apathetic Sex Offenders Gleeful at the Prospect of a New Challenge

Sex offenders who have lost their appetite for crime are to be given a new zeal for acts of a heinous nature thanks to some soon to be released products known as Anti Rape Underwear. AR Wear, the company behind the products, will see prototypes ro...
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Funny story:  The Ellen DeGeneres - Kris Jenner Feud Heats Up

The Ellen DeGeneres - Kris Jenner Feud Heats Up

HOLLYWOOD - The latest feud to take place in Tinsel Town is between talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and reality show star Kris Jenner AKA Mama Kardashian. It appears that 57-year-old Kris stated that she does not like Ellen's talk show because it i...
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Funny story:  10 Product Spin-Offs That Failed

10 Product Spin-Offs That Failed

Every year hundreds of corporations throughout the United States spend millions of dollars trying to capitalize on already existing products in the hopes that they will be as successful as the originals. And every now and then some of these consumer product spin-offs make it and they are wholeheartedly accepted and embraced by the American buying public. But sad to say, most of the times the...
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National Institute of Abhorrent Behavior (NIAB) to Study Cable News Anchors

Boston-Dr. Felix Noodlesorter of NAIB received a LooneyToonery grant to study the behavioral traits of those who anchor cable news shows. Prime subject for scrutiny is Wacky Chris Matthews of MSNBC,

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