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Funny story: Newspapers print one issue for next 2 years

Newspapers print one issue for next 2 years

To reduce costs, newspapers are going to print just one issue for the next 2 years.  They will review it weekly and update some names as appropriate.  "We realize that the stories are the same every day. Therefore, we don't need to be paying write...
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Funny story: Obama's Brewing While America's Stewing

Obama's Brewing While America's Stewing

Do you know what's really special if you are unemployed, homeless, hungry, despondent, uneducated, bankrupt, and chronically ill? It's having a cold, frosty beer, you fool! And President Obama, having utterly failed at every other "solution" to our rapidly imploding country, is busy in his own little White House brewery, concocting an elixir that will make us feel happy and carefree,...
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Funny story: Slappers, Cougars and Rent Boys may benefit as media doubles undercover reporting

Slappers, Cougars and Rent Boys may benefit as media doubles undercover reporting

More reporters will go undercover more often than ever in 2011, to capitalize on the vast number of aging, fleshy men with a dollop of power and a propensity for bigging themselves up.  Editors at publications across the UK have decided the only...
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Funny story: Readers Agree: The Spoof Turned My Life Around in 2008!

Readers Agree: The Spoof Turned My Life Around in 2008!

League of Nations/ Belgium - Iconoclastic editor of the world's most widely read Satire Site, Mark Lowton, accepted the JERRY SPRINGER AWARD for his creation, TheSpoof.com. Results from an unsolicited poll of the site's readership credit it with...
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