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Funny story: Coronavirus Is God's Way Of Dealing With Capitalism

Coronavirus Is God's Way Of Dealing With Capitalism

Financial analysts say that the Coronavirus is God's way of dealing with the capitalist system of economics, and that the entire mechanism is in danger of crumbling across the globe. The virus, Covid-19, which originated in China, has killed nearl...

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Funny story: Innovative Financing Company Offers Principal-Free, Interest-Only Cash "Gifts"

Innovative Financing Company Offers Principal-Free, Interest-Only Cash "Gifts"

Tired of sending a huge chunk of your monthly income to pay the interest on loans while never seeing the principal even budge? Well, the innovative financing company Cash Cow, Inc., is disrupting the traditional lending business by offering principal...

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Funny story: Bury Burial Is On Friday

Bury Burial Is On Friday

There was sadness all across Greater Manchester last night, after it was announced that the funeral of Bury F.C. is to take place this Friday, after the English Football League rules the organisation "unfit for purpose", and has it put down humanely.

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Funny story: New York Woman Sees Every Reason to Trust Facebook's New Currency System

New York Woman Sees Every Reason to Trust Facebook's New Currency System

Angela Maddock of New York City was intrigued when she heard about the new global currency recently announced by Facebook, which the company has been developing in secret over the past year. "I've never once had the Facebook site go down, whereas...

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Funny story: Foreign Currency Markets In Turmoil

Foreign Currency Markets In Turmoil

There was an uncomfortable day for many in the Foreign Currency Market yesterday, with many of the world's major players involved in an erratic rollercoaster ride. The US dollar performed well against Sterling, opening at £0.75 and closing at £0.7...

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Funny story: Bitcoin Volatility Won't Put Me Off, Says Moron

Bitcoin Volatility Won't Put Me Off, Says Moron

The spectacular crash of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency early this week shook the financial world to its roots, but not all 'investors' were crying in their beer. Arnold Blimp, an 'amateur speculator', first became interested in Bitcoin when it was fi...

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Funny story: Finance Ministers lacking Financial Acumen are victims of crafty Advisors

Finance Ministers lacking Financial Acumen are victims of crafty Advisors

An inquiry into the Banking Collapse in Ireland has called a former Finance Minister to account. Brain Mccowswaine's answer to awkward Press Questions , tended to the claim that, he and others, were acting on the information available at the time...

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Funny story: ISIS expands oil business to include gas stations with cafes plus religious services at the barbecue out back

ISIS expands oil business to include gas stations with cafes plus religious services at the barbecue out back

Current reports indicate ISIS is not only looking for managers for its oil refineries, with a $225,000 annual salary, but also establishing a chain of gas stations across the middle east. The name CALron is being considered, inspired by Chevron,...

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Funny story: Rich Stingy, Working People More Generous

Rich Stingy, Working People More Generous

Between 2006 and 2012, the wealthiest Americans became less generous with charitable donations, as a share of their total income, while lower- and middle-income Americans reached farther into their pockets as they witnessed the need for charity in th...

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Funny story: Congressional Inquiry Finds That Spending More Than You Make Can Contribute To Financial Difficulties

Congressional Inquiry Finds That Spending More Than You Make Can Contribute To Financial Difficulties

Washington D.C. - A recently concluded inquiry by a joint Senate and House committee has concluded that spending more money than you make could be a contributing factor to having financial difficulties. The inquiry lasted two years and cost an es...

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Funny story: Instead of MBAs, Wall St firms will now hire Bullies from Middle Schools

Instead of MBAs, Wall St firms will now hire Bullies from Middle Schools

In a joint press conference held on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange several Wall Street banking and investment firm executives issued a statement about the future direction of talent acquisition in the beleaguered industry. It was made publi...

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Funny story: Goldmine Sacks Holds Record Amounts of Pipeline in Storage

Goldmine Sacks Holds Record Amounts of Pipeline in Storage

Just revealed, the Wall Street banking firm Goldmine Sacks has rented up new warehouse storage in the range of trillions of square feet. The purpose is to hold miles of pipeline in abeyance and readiness, depending on need for implementation in upcom...

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Funny story: King warns of 'triple-dip'

King warns of 'triple-dip'

A grossly overweight island ruler has warned nearby islands in the South Pacific that he is thinking of plunging into the sea three times this weekend. King Blubbablubba is King of Splishisplashi - a tiny island half-way between the Philippines an...

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Funny story: Coffee Chain Takes Over Spain's Banks; Euro to Be Replaced with the Starbuck

Coffee Chain Takes Over Spain's Banks; Euro to Be Replaced with the Starbuck

Madrid - The Starbucks Corporation has injected a shot of caffeine into the world's financial system, taking over Spain's devastated banking system so it can replace bank branches with Starbucks outlets. "Banks are not cool," said Dylan Prather, E...

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Funny story: Maryland Housewife Loses Lottery

Maryland Housewife Loses Lottery

Baltimore, MD - Despite six days of careful planning, Janet McNary learned Wednesday that she will not be receiving a lottery jackpot of over two-hundred million dollars. The 34-year-old McNary, a housewife from the suburbs of Maryland, had meticulo...

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Funny story: Payday Loans Come Under Scrutiny As Interest Charges Reach 760,000% APR

Payday Loans Come Under Scrutiny As Interest Charges Reach 760,000% APR

Controversial 'Payday Loans' - short term loans offering cash at exhorbitant interest rates, which borrowers are supposed to pay back on the day their wages are paid - came under scrutiny today as a Dorking woman revealed that after borrowing £20, sh...

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Funny story: Bank of America Backs Down From Debit Card Fees

Bank of America Backs Down From Debit Card Fees

Bank of America spokesman Bill M. Tweed released a statement to the financial media this morning outlining the reversal of the recent bank policy of instituting a monthly fee of $5.00 to customers using debit cards. "Our customers have shared thei...

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