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Funny story: National Society of Comedians Approves Genocide as Topic of Jokes

National Society of Comedians Approves Genocide as Topic of Jokes

In a move long anticipated in the comedy and entertainment world, the National Society of Comedians (NCS) has approved the use of "jokes of and about genocide." The NCS, which decides when and if certain controversial topics can be joked ab...
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Funny story: President Bush States: "We will not pack our bags and go home" Regarding Iraq before Setting off for his Crawford Ranch

President Bush States: "We will not pack our bags and go home" Regarding Iraq before Setting off for his Crawford Ranch

Washington, DC- President Bush continues to strengthen his rhetoric regarding the US's resolve in fighting the War on terror and his commitment to seeing things through in Iraq.
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Funny story: Pyramid Schemes Updated to Reflect New Food Pyramid Guidelines

Pyramid Schemes Updated to Reflect New Food Pyramid Guidelines

Grand Rapids, MI- In a move that pyramid schemers around the world agree will help them keep pace with changing times, new schemes are being arranged to reflect the updated USDA food guide pyramid.
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Funny story: Casper Claiming Discrimination for being Labeled "Ghost" by Hollywood

Casper Claiming Discrimination for being Labeled "Ghost" by Hollywood

Hollywood, CA- In a move that could have rippling effects in the entertainment world, Casper, previously referred to as the "Friendly Ghost," has teamed up with the advocacy group Semantics Matters to help clean up his image. Casper is cla...
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Funny story: Jacko Still fuming about not getting role in Little Children

Jacko Still fuming about not getting role in Little Children

Michael Jackson, speaking to reporters at a carnival in Paris, is still upset about being passed over for the role of Ronald James McGorvey in the 2006 film adaptation of the book Little Children.
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Funny story: President Bush Cuts Funding for Plan Columbia, Cites his Inability to Score Good Blow

President Bush Cuts Funding for Plan Columbia, Cites his Inability to Score Good Blow

Washington, DC- In a surprise move, President Bush, during his South American tour, announced that the United States would be cutting funding for Plan Columbia. Plan Columbia, a joint drug reduction program with ally Columbia, in which the United St...
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Funny story: Anti-Birth Control Activists Cite Possibility of Fifth Baldwin Brother as Reason to Avoid Contraception

Anti-Birth Control Activists Cite Possibility of Fifth Baldwin Brother as Reason to Avoid Contraception

The National Anti-birth Control Organization, Bring on the Babies (BOB) has begun its most recent campaign in the streets of Hollywood by citing the possible implications birth control has had on the entertainment world.
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Funny story: Stalker Stands up for Rights of Invasive Plant Species

Stalker Stands up for Rights of Invasive Plant Species

Kalamazoo, MI - What do convicted stalker Joe Stills and Garlic Mustard have in common? According to Stills, both are being denied their civil rights by governmental officials in Kalamazoo, MI after the area Earth Day Committee once again slotted Gar...
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Funny story: US Secretary of State: "No more concessions" with Iran after Snow-cone Incident

US Secretary of State: "No more concessions" with Iran after Snow-cone Incident

Tehran, Iran - Late Thursday evening Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice ended the snack concessions program that the United States had employed in Iran since 2002 after an incident at a Tehran concession stand.
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Funny story: Report Indicates that Friendly Fire is not as Friendly as once Thought

Report Indicates that Friendly Fire is not as Friendly as once Thought

Fort Benning, GA- A recent report compiled by the United States' Department of Defense indicates that "friendly fire" is not exactly friendly, particularly towards those injured in friendly fire incidents.
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Funny story: Secretary of Defense Said to be Considering "All available options" in Defense of Hoop in White House Basketball League

Secretary of Defense Said to be Considering "All available options" in Defense of Hoop in White House Basketball League

Washington, DC- Reports from sources close to the White House have begun revealing defense plans drawn up by Secretary of Defense Robert Gates for the upcoming spring basketball league that include "all options available to the Department of Def...
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Funny story: Unfair Fair-trading

Unfair Fair-trading

Oaxaca, Mexico- Reports from small farm owners and workers who belong to Fair Trade cooperatives, such as Equal Exchange, are beginning to surface showing that workers are not being traded money for their goods, but rather various products, including...
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Funny story: Parole Less Likely for Those Sentenced to Death

Parole Less Likely for Those Sentenced to Death

Los Angeles, CA - In 1988 Joel Thornton was sentenced to death by a Los Angeles County Judge in 1986. The judge, in ambiguous terms, told Thornton that he would most likely spend the rest of his life in prison before his execution.
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Funny story: Customers Confused, Irritated by Troops at Retail Book Store Borders

Customers Confused, Irritated by Troops at Retail Book Store Borders

Ann Arbor, MI -- Security at book retail giant Borders has received a boon from the federal government this week amid calls by President Bush to further strengthen Borders nationwide. At a press conference last week, President Bush announced that he...
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Funny story: Activists Re-label Those Without Homes

Activists Re-label Those Without Homes

Kalamazoo, MI- The Kalamazoo-based advocacy group, Semantics Matters, has recently taken on the "homeless" label. The group, which in 2005 challenged city officials about their use of the term "water" to describe the local supply of H20, is organizi...
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Funny story: Pistons Defeat Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 7; Gooden Upset with Life-Switch

Pistons Defeat Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 7; Gooden Upset with Life-Switch

Detroit, Michigan-The recent life-switch of newly re-elected New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and Cleveland Cavaliers Forward Drew Gooden proved only fruitful for Nagin Sunday, as the Cavaliers were eliminated from their game seven NBA playoff series with...
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