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Funny story: Sports Day 2012

Sports Day 2012

Ensuring total dedication to pupil safety has become the key concern at Bagthorpe Primary. At the end of 2011, the head, Mrs Harriet Willmott chaired the initial sports day committee meeting, with the focus set thoroughly on security. Having kept a k...
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Funny story: All for one

All for one

Labour MP Andy Slaughter, whose constituency includes Television Centre, was outside the BBC to lend his support to the protesters against the BNP. He said: "I think it is just irresponsible. Cutting through the dinner party conversation about fre...
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Funny story: Britain not racist?

Britain not racist?

Who said we were a multi national, ethnically rich and a happy society? I've just been to Bradford to check a few of these facts out. To my shock, 99% of families failed to contain the correct proportion of ethnic cultures. The new law, The Full...
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Funny story: Ontario ends the world

Ontario ends the world

For hundreds of years prophets have predicted the end of the world sometime after 1994. In recent years this has been expected to occur more accurately around 2150 due to the latest translations of ancient scriptures and that we're still here in 2009...
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Funny story: Do us all a favour, Gok - just do Wan

Do us all a favour, Gok - just do Wan

Spoks Gran will be starring in a new fashion show on Channel 4, due to air in January. The celebrity status of her grandson is due to catapault her into the A grade celebrity category within days of her first show. The synopsys for the show will...
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Funny story: Hamid Karzai agrees to take part in Afghan presidential run-off

Hamid Karzai agrees to take part in Afghan presidential run-off

ESPN have lined up Karzi to take on Usain Bolt amongst others in a series of heats leading up to the latest election. Karzi requested Ben Johnson and Carl Lewis are to take part so he wouldn't be the only one accused of cheating. Karzis security...
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Funny story: Safe Carrier Bags

Safe Carrier Bags

The long awaited solution to the global problem of recycling carrier bags has finally been found. A new polymer, Methyl-di-butanoazate, added to the pre mix granules for the production of polythene will allow all polythene carrier bags to be reused f...
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Funny story: Warning over diabetes 'timebomb'

Warning over diabetes 'timebomb'

"It's time for all of us to get serious about our health if we want to have any chance of defusing the ticking time bomb of Type 2 diabetes" - Jane-Claire Judson, Diabetes UK Scotland Since the end of the cold war, experts have found that large am...
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Funny story: Alcohol Pricing Unfair

Alcohol Pricing Unfair

In a bid to combat the media coverage received by northern doctors, doctors from the south of England are campaigning for alcohol breaks for the retired and very young. Dr. Peter Grimson from one children's hospital feels those falling outside of...
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Funny story: Wii Jog Slow Sales

Wii Jog Slow Sales

Nintendo have followed their customers desires for more keep fit applications for the Wii. This time they've come up with a great new idea called Wii Jog. This is a totally new concept to their average Wii user that missed out on the jogging from Wii...
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