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Funny story: Holder Stretches to Comply

Holder Stretches to Comply

Attorneys at the Department of Justice are scrambling today, as they work hurriedly to complete the homework assigned to them on Tuesday by Federal Judge Jerry Smith of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. Judge Smith has demanded a letter of no le...
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Funny story: Illinois Professor Invents New Profane Word

Illinois Professor Invents New Profane Word

University of Illinois English professor Sergei Bloomfield claims he has added a new profane word to the English language which he suggests should immediately be banned from television and radio stations and parents should be teaching their children...
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Funny story: East Bay High School Swear Jar Feeds Africa

East Bay High School Swear Jar Feeds Africa

For the past month, East Bay High School has had severe profanity problems. As a solution, the staff created a giant Swear Jar. Every time the students swear or use vulgar language, they must pay 25 cents to the Swear Jar or go to detention.
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Funny story: Drill Sergeant Takes Over Iraq, Makes Whole Country Drop For Push-Ups

Drill Sergeant Takes Over Iraq, Makes Whole Country Drop For Push-Ups

Parris Island, NC - Iraqis woke up this morning to the sounds of profanity and shouting this morning when control of Iraq was handed over to Marine Corps Drill Instructor Gunnery Sergeant Heartman.
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