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Funny story: Colleges Could Replace Football Teams With Race Horses

Colleges Could Replace Football Teams With Race Horses

For the first time in the history of college sports, athletes are asking to be represented by a labor union, taking formal steps on Tuesday to begin the process of being recognized as employees. Ramogi Huma, president of the National College Playe...
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Funny story: Union demands extra second's pay for workers

Union demands extra second's pay for workers

Leaders of the Britain's biggest public sector union have proposed industrial action if employers do not pay workers for the extra second that is being inserted into the calendar on June 30th. At midnight on June 30th, one second is due to be adde...
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Funny story: Charlie Sheen files Worker's Compensation claim

Charlie Sheen files Worker's Compensation claim

In a statement from Sheen's lawyer, the case is spelled out quite simply. They claim that Charlie Sheen's character on CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men" drinks heavily, does drugs, and sleeps with prostitutes. In order for Mr. Sheen to prepare for th...
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Funny story: Duct, Duct, Duct, Goosed. Or: Why Horace Took a Sick Day.

Duct, Duct, Duct, Goosed. Or: Why Horace Took a Sick Day.

Meet Horace, a 44 year-old fire safety inspector. Horace is married, with 2 teen sons who excel in math, and a daughter who is on the Varsity soccer team at her high school. Horace has discount cards for Walgreens and Shop-Rite on his keychain, along with the key to his government-issued Ford Crown Victoria (Horace exclaims, "Its got the same engine as the police version!") as well as his wife'...
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