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The Moose Hunting Lessons Came In Handy

The Wasilla Weekly News endorses the McCain-Palin ticket. The paper with a circulation of 18 said, "We picked the GOP ticket because Sarah can shoot better than Obama and Biden combined."

written by Abel Rodriguez, 18 October 2008
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Icing on the Kate

Singer, Katy Perry whose song 'I Kissed a Girl' brought her fame and fortune was floored by a 20 stone cerise iced wedding cake at the MTV Latin America Awards. The audience was in tiers.

written by IN SEINE, 18 October 2008
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Sesame Street at war with Iran

Since building a mile long butty from a long-legged bird, Iran has been ostich-sized by the rest of the world. Sesame Street are protesting at the fowl treatment of large avians.

written by IN SEINE, 18 October 2008
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Drunken Willie

The New York Times reports that President Bush's approval percentage is now below that of the population mistakenly called by a drunken Willie Nelson.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Psychic Billy Buster

On Monday, ABC's "Good Morning America" interveiws noted Parking Lot Psychic Billy "Buster" Wallace who can bend people over in half when coming out of a Taco Bell.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Alien's Film Bogus

A spokesman for the CIA says they are highly skepical of an alien's film of a real live Jackalope. "Maybe on THEIR planet, but certainly not here", laughed Agent Snodgrass.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Two Joe's For VP

Joe the Plumber has been all over the airways for the past two days. He was on NBC's "Today Show", ABC..Everywhere! This morning John McCain asked Joe to replace Sarah Palin as his running mate.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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President Bush - The Man With A Plan

Bush says he is trying to unfreeze the nation's credit markets. He remarks, "Just this morning I sent four secret service agents over to Home Depot to buy about a dozen bunsen burners."

written by Abel Rodriguez, 18 October 2008
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Solar System Maps - The Scientific Christmas Gift

NASA launches probe to map the solar system edge...one inch equals 50,000,000 miles!

written by Abel Rodriguez, 18 October 2008
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Silence Deafening as Incensed J-Man Shuns Apologetic Duncan Whitehead

Irregular TheSpoof.com contributor Jalapenoman recently left home for a life on the road, refusing an apology from co-worker Duncan Whitehead (who callously insulted two of his peers in a fictional story).

written by SpaceElevator, 18 October 2008
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Corn Ravaged

Although corn production is high this year, Farmer's Bureau claims that in large parts of the southern U.S., the corn has been ravaged by drought, insects and bootleggers.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Peace Prize For Killing Big Lizard

Two Japanese, one American scientist win Nobel Peace Prize for help bringing down a large fire-breathing lizard rammaging through Tokyo.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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McMahon Finds House

Family and friends of 85-year-old Ed McMahon, who lost his house a few months back, now say that Ed has managed to find it on his last four attempts.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Monkey Lies

In Nigeria yesterday, scientists report that they not only have found a large family of monkeys who have learned to fish, but that the apparent leader kept lying about the big one that got away.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Reaper On Campaign Trail

McCain on the Wall Street mess: Former President Franklin Roosevelt said, "All we have to fear is fear itself." Well, that plus the Grim Reaper following you all over the campaign trail.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Joe Passes Nader

Everyone's talking about "Joe The Plumber" who hit Obama with a great question while the cameras were rolling. Since then, Joe has already passed Ralph Nader for President as a write-in.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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The Richest Americans

In an updated report from Forbes Magazines "500 Richest Americans", it now includes three National Basketball Association referees.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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U.S Food Shortages

The United States is preparing for possible food shortages in the future, which President Bush has labeled, "Operation Twinkie Drop!"

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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French Protest

A huge march is scheduled to take place in France this week
in several major cities to protest higher fuel costs & costs of living, forcing many workers to have to work 32-hour weeks.

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Bufet Still Buying

Billionaire investor, Warren Buffet says he's still buying U.S. stocks. "Of course, I tell everyone to sell so the stocks come down, then I buy many and they go back up. Repeat. Simple."

written by Bureau, 18 October 2008
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Soap Actor Cleared over Attack

Soap actor Ben Lux, who plays a bar of soap in ITV1's Smegmadale, has been cleared of attacking a 16 year old female bar of Palmolive soap from Cheshire, while on vacation in Barbados. Que?

written by Rusty, 18 October 2008
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Nuns Pray for cock!

A convent of Tynseside nuns are praying for a cokerel who is faced with eviction by the local council.

written by IN SEINE, 18 October 2008
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Ray Mears Arrested

Survivalist Ray Mears was arrested today in Alaska while driving a dog sled and husky team whose Tundra Tax and MOT certificates had expired.

written by Rusty, 18 October 2008
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The World of Schrubs

The Market reports record declines in hedge funds. Gardeners throughout America are extremely worried.

written by Abel Rodriguez, 18 October 2008
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