Funny story: Dead Reagan would beat '04 candidates, poll says

Dead Reagan would beat '04 candidates, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, the South still couldn't have won the Civil War.
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Funny story: Reagan would beat top two candidates, poll says

Reagan would beat top two candidates, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, Bob Hope would still be dead.
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Funny story: Dean would beat Bush, poll says

Dean would beat Bush, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, there would still be no reason for the Dave Clark 5 to reunite.
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Funny story: Kerry just passes Bush, poll says

Kerry just passes Bush, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, then yesterday would have been the day before election day.
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Funny story: Bush to edge Kerry, poll says

Bush to edge Kerry, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, tomorrow would still be the day after election day.
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Funny story: Blair would beat Bush and Kerry, poll says

Blair would beat Bush and Kerry, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, the weather would be better than in November.
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Funny story: Nader topples top two, poll says

Nader topples top two, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, the general public would be confused and start to shop for Christmas.
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Funny story: Election is a dead heat, poll says

Election is a dead heat, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, small children would still not be able to cast votes.
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Funny story: Kerry in a landslide, poll says

Kerry in a landslide, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, people would believe it was election day.
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Funny story: Bush in a landslide, poll says

Bush in a landslide, poll says

CORCUPONIA, Wisc. -- A new poll released shows that if the general election were held today, no voting machines would be ready at the polling places.
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Funny story: Cover Songs, don't you just hate them?

Cover Songs, don't you just hate them?

Cover songs So what can you do when these crap boy bands that prove to be crapper every time have run out of ideas after their second album so they start singing cover songs that sound the same way they did 20 years ago and now they are in the no.1 spot they win the best award for song writing and you know that your going to find 7 cover songs on their greatest hits album?!!...
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Funny story: U.S. Handover of Power in Iraq Assures Freedom and Security for Paul Bremer

U.S. Handover of Power in Iraq Assures Freedom and Security for Paul Bremer

"So long Suckers," says giddy former Administrator...
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Funny story: Odd Looking Space probe set for Saturn orbit

Odd Looking Space probe set for Saturn orbit

An Odd looking space probe is all set to begin its four-year mission to Saturn - to study the ringed planet and the many moons that move under its influence and to determine if there are any decent beaches.
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Funny story: It's Official: Brown To Challenge Blair For Party Leadership.

It's Official: Brown To Challenge Blair For Party Leadership.

Gordon Brown and his supporters today stunned Parliament by launching an official bid for the leadership of the Labour Party against Tony Blair. Under Party rules, 20% of all Labour MPs must support a leadership challenge. However, the usually prud...
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Funny story: Nation loses the other Ronald

Nation loses the other Ronald

The US was today bidding farewell to Ronald McDonald on a national day of mourning of a scale not seen for generations.
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Funny story: Queen bans official opening of Diana Memorial Fountain

Queen bans official opening of Diana Memorial Fountain

(Buckingham Palace, Tuesday 29 June) There will be no royal opening of the Diana Memorial Fountian in Hyde Park next week.
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Funny story: FCC URGED TO FINE VICE-PRESIDENT CHENEY FOR DECENCY VIOLATION

FCC URGED TO FINE VICE-PRESIDENT CHENEY FOR DECENCY VIOLATION

Washington (June 29) - Under intense public pressure including a personal appeal from shock jock Howard Stern, the Federal Communications Commission is considering fining Vice-President Dick Cheney $275,000 for using the f-word in a conversation with...
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Funny story: Rice and Webber back together for 'Basra's Burning' musical

Rice and Webber back together for 'Basra's Burning' musical

Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber are to renew their partnership for what is being hailed as ‘the musical to end all musicals’. The pair who gave the world ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ and ‘Evita’ have already penned the score for ‘Basra’s Burning’, a musical based around a humble Iraqi family and how America and Britain freed them from Saddam’s shackles of slavery.
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Funny story: BBC outlines it's Radical Plan

BBC outlines it's Radical Plan

The BBC has set out its "radical" vision for how it should operate in the 21st Century as part of its charter review process.
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Funny story: Baghdad Rotarians wheel in some normality

Baghdad Rotarians wheel in some normality

As the low-key transfer of sovereignty back to the Iraqi people made the headlines, the real proof that life is slowly returning to normal in the war-torn country was happening less than a mile away from the US compound in Baghdad.
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Funny story: Atkins diet proves to be a breeding turn-off

Atkins diet proves to be a breeding turn-off

Breaking news that the Atkins diet can affect women's chances of having a baby will come as no surprise to the tens of thousands who have adopted the high protein fad.
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Funny story: Registered terrorist program takes off

Registered terrorist program takes off

Tuesday, June 29, 2004 Posted: 3:34 AM EDT (0734 GMT)...
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Funny story: Make A Wish Foundation Disbands at Request of Sick Child

Make A Wish Foundation Disbands at Request of Sick Child

The Make a Wish Foundation was forced to disband this week after a young leukemia patient insisted that the charity organization cease to exist.
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Funny story: Euro 2004 abandoned

Euro 2004 abandoned

Euro 2004 has been abandoned on the eve of the semi-finals in Portugal.
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Funny story: Government Debt collectors go after Overdue Books

Government Debt collectors go after Overdue Books

As public libraries face declining funding and rising costs for books, a growing number are turning to stronger tactics to track down overdue material. Ignore the traditional overdue notice, and you may hear from a new government debt collection agen...
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Funny story: Spelling Bee Contestent Looses Because She Can't Spell Shit

Spelling Bee Contestent Looses Because She Can't Spell Shit

BUBBA, TENNESSEE - Sally Mander, last year's winner of the annual National Spelling Bee contest, lost her second title today after she spelled the word "shit" with a capital "C".
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Funny story: Master Gardener Admits to Composting Human Body Parts

Master Gardener Admits to Composting Human Body Parts

VICTORIA, B.C. - Master Gardener, Hector Creatmore, recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, admitted to using human body parts as "filler" in his organic compost fertilizer.
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Funny story: Without Greens, Nader Sees Rough Times Ahead

Without Greens, Nader Sees Rough Times Ahead

Paloma (Roto_Rooters) - Spurned by the LGF #351 (Local Greens Farmers) that embraced him four years ago, independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader pressed ahead on Monday without his daily dose of fiber.
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