Funny story: Eaton Road Kill, 175-1 Non-Thoroughbred, Wins Kentucky Derby

Eaton Road Kill, 175-1 Non-Thoroughbred, Wins Kentucky Derby

(Louisville, Kentucky) For the first time in the 129-year history of America's most famous horse race, the Kentucky Derby has been won by a horse who is neither a thoroughbred, nor, for that matter, three years old.
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Funny story: Powell Explains US Foreign Policy

Powell Explains US Foreign Policy

Washington, D.C. - Colin Powell, in an interview set up by the Secretary of State to refute allegations in Bob Woodward's latest book "Plan of Attack," stated that United States foreign policy is far more complex than given credit for and is in fac...
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Funny story: Bob Dylan: Indecent Exposure

Bob Dylan: Indecent Exposure

April 30, 2004 (Berkeley, CA) -...
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Funny story: Kermit The Frog Assassinated.

Kermit The Frog Assassinated.

April 30, 2004 (Minneapolis, MN) -...
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Funny story: George W. Bush Loses Hearts and Mind

George W. Bush Loses Hearts and Mind

After a year of the Administration's attempts at dehumanizing the people that they sent our American troops in to fight by calling them Thugs, Losers, Dead Enders and Assassins, George Bush has expressed outrage and disgust at the fact that several s...
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Funny story: Dateline: Baghdad 2007. Major General Abdul-Latif sworn in as President For Life of Iraq

Dateline: Baghdad 2007. Major General Abdul-Latif sworn in as President For Life of Iraq

Baghdad July 2007 Major General Mohammed Abdul-Latif was today sworn in as President For Life of Iraq. US President George W Bush and UK...
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Funny story: FCC to Use Stocks and Stoning to Enforce Rules!

FCC to Use Stocks and Stoning to Enforce Rules!

Unconfirmed Sources report FCC chairmen Michael Powell plans to revive old forms of discipline to enforce decency standards. An internal FCC report commissioned by Powell has outlined the new program for punishing those who violate FCC rules.
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Funny story: Kerry Meets With Edwards About "Unspecified Legal Matter"; Denies Botox Rumors

Kerry Meets With Edwards About "Unspecified Legal Matter"; Denies Botox Rumors

(Boston) Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kerry met today with North Carolina Senator John Edwards for several hours, fueling speculation that he was considering the boyish-looking legislator for a cabinet position. When questioned after...
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