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Funny story: VP's office auctions punctuation

VP's office auctions punctuation

Washington - The Vice President's office announced today that it has sold the American rights to punctuation of the English language in an auction which had not been advertised to the public; the winners will choose the new names...
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Funny story: McDonald's-Monsanto merger, Ronald out

McDonald's-Monsanto merger, Ronald out

New York - The McDonald's and Monsanto corporations announced today that they have reached agreement on terms leading to a merger of the two industry leaders. The new entity, to be called "McSanto", will be a "comp...
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Funny story: Court rules the dead can incorporate

Court rules the dead can incorporate

San Francisco - In a mixed decision a Federal court decided yesterday that a person can have the same rights as a corporation, setting up likely conflicts for years to come. The ruling "attempts to right the imbalance of power c...
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Funny story: Raptor Dogs the new Pit Bulls, but with half the mess

Raptor Dogs the new Pit Bulls, but with half the mess

Laguna Negra, Brazil A heretofore unknown Brazilian dog trainer has created a new protection dog which is taking the dog world by storm according to reports in the Journal Of Canine Hermeneutics. The trainer, Peinhador Luzad...
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