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Funny story: Queen Elizabeth Denounces Canadian Citizenship

Queen Elizabeth Denounces Canadian Citizenship

BUCKINGHAM PALACE - Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II held a press conference today denouncing her Canadian citizenship. "I was born in the United Kingdom and lived exclusively in the United Kingdom. There have been trips across the pond. bu...
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Funny story: Trump Launches Reelection Campaign

Trump Launches Reelection Campaign

Billionaire businessman and presidential hopeful Donald Trump is not going to wait until the 2016 Presidential election to launch his reelection campaign. He figures starting now will give him a head start on the 2020 campaign and will make getting...
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Funny story: New York Mets Popular Among Groups

New York Mets Popular Among Groups

Even as the New York Mets are having a disappointing season, there are groups that are have become bigger fans of the team. Molly Irvane, founder of the group Masochists of Madison in Madison, Wisconsin, said, "No sports team better exemplifies wh...
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Funny story: Coleman and Franken Kickoff Re-election Campaigns

Coleman and Franken Kickoff Re-election Campaigns

The two mainstream candidates for U.S. Senator from Minnesota started their re-election campaigns today. Norm Coleman, who was senator until January 3, and Al Franken are in a court battle royale to determine who will represent Minnesota in the Sena...
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Funny story: Librarian Blames Bad Economy on Unpaid Fines

Librarian Blames Bad Economy on Unpaid Fines

Sandra Beckle, Head Librarian at the Clinton Williams Library, says that the downfall of the economy can be directly traced to unpaid book fines, a financial staple for libraries. "We need people to pay their fines for the good of the economy. T...
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Funny story: Al-Qaeda Asks for Bailout Relief

Al-Qaeda Asks for Bailout Relief

Al-Qaeda lobbyists came to Washington to ask for $5 billion in relief so the organization can survive. They recently laid off 2000 terrorists and limited the amount of terrorist activities the remaining jihadists can partake in. Maimammah Atoldmi...
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Funny story: Michael Phelps Gets Endorsement Deal

Michael Phelps Gets Endorsement Deal

U.S. Olympics Gold Medalist Michael Phelps has been named as a spokesperson for Hong Bong, a bong company based in China. Wi-Bei-Hi, CEO of Hong Bong, said that Phelps was the perfect representative for the product. He said that Phelps is athleti...
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Funny story: Blagojevich Denies Naming Self to Senate Seat

Blagojevich Denies Naming Self to Senate Seat

Embattled Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich denied allegations that he was going to name himself to the senate seat vacated by President-elect Barack Obama. "I have never considered myself for the position of Senator." Governor Blagojevich told m...
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Funny story: Wal-Mart to ask for Bailout

Wal-Mart to ask for Bailout

Representatives of Wal-Mart testified before Congress yesterday requesting $10 billion in bailout money. "Critics say that our business is striving, and that is true. I do not come here asking to bail out a company that is about to fail. "We a...
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Funny story: Alabama Changes Name

Alabama Changes Name

Governor Bob Riley announced today that the State of Alabama will be changing its name effective January 1, 2010. The new state name will be known as Alobama, named for the 44th President of the United States. "Although Alabama is traditionally a...
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Funny story: Al-Qaeda Asks for Congressional Funding

Al-Qaeda Asks for Congressional Funding

Al-Qaeda sent a letter to Congress requesting $2 billion in funds in continuing the war in Iraq. A spokesperson for the terrorist organization said that funds are low and they need the money to help President Bush continue the war.
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Funny story: Constitution Declared "Unconstitutional"

Constitution Declared "Unconstitutional"

The United States Supreme Court upheld the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision that the United States Constitution is unconstitutional.
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Funny story: Obama and Clinton Both Drop Out

Obama and Clinton Both Drop Out

DNC Chairman Howard Dean announced today that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have both given up any hope of winning the Democratic nomination. Their campaigns have given him notice within minutes of each other.
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Funny story: Fox Announces Fall Lineup

Fox Announces Fall Lineup

Fox Network today has announced its new lineup for the 2008-09 season. Gone will be popular shows like "House" and "Bones" and in are new shows like "When Garanimals Attack!"...
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Funny story: Luxembourg Captures, Colonizes United States

Luxembourg Captures, Colonizes United States

Luxembourg became the proud owner of the world's largest economy after capturing the United States in a short and bloodless war.
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Funny story: The World Ended - Few Fatalities

The World Ended - Few Fatalities

The End of the World occurred this morning at approximately 9:30 GMT with surprisingly very few fatalities. Two fishermen drowned in China and a shepherd in New Zealand suffered a heart attack, but those appear to be the only fatalities. "All the...
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Funny story: Panic at Colleges over Ramen Noodle Shortage

Panic at Colleges over Ramen Noodle Shortage

College students who live off-campus and are struggling to make ends meet while getting an education have been hit with a major crisis. There is a major ramen noodle shortage and the few available packages of ramen noodles available are selling for...
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Funny story: Four out of Five Americans Can't Find "Munchkinland" on Map

Four out of Five Americans Can't Find "Munchkinland" on Map

A recent survey conducted by Marist College found that four out of five Americans cannot find Munchkinland on a map of the United States. While most Americans could find Kansas and Nebraska, the inability to find Munchkinland has made Americans the...
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Blue Balls Creamey Introduces Second New Ice Cream Flavor

Blue Balls Creamery has released the name of the second flavor to be released when the ice cream goes back on store shelves: Mysteria.
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