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Mary Todd Lincoln's DNA Found In New Mexico

Funny story: Mary Todd Lincoln's DNA Found In New Mexico

RUIDOSO, New Mexico - A group of archaeologists from Delaware stumbled upon an interesting find just outside of the town of Ruidoso, which is noted for its Gila Monster Grilled Burritos. Kiki Lily Chillydutch, 21, with the Delaware group stated th...

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"King Obama" fortold in just discovered cave paintings

Funny story: "King Obama" fortold in just discovered cave paintings

ORGAN CAVE WV - An amazing, and controversial, discovery was revealed inside a West Virginia cave this morning. A press pool was allowed to view and photograph a series of ten cave paintings that were discovered recently. Two paintings seem to be p...

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Archaeologists discover "Sheephenge"

Funny story: Archaeologists discover "Sheephenge"

Amesbury - Researchers from Sheffield University have announced the discovery of yet another mini-Stonehenge. The newest site, dubbed Sheephenge, is of recent origin and is reported to be constructed entirely of sheep, though the site has been diffic...

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Vatican: Jesus was a single, confident heterosexual!

Funny story: Vatican: Jesus was a single, confident heterosexual!

VATICAN CITY (ABSNN) - It is a fake, the papyrus fragment that claims Jesus was married, that is. According to today's issue of the Vatican's newspaper, L'Observatore Romano, "Substantial reasons would lead one to conclude that the papyrus is inde...

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King Richard III Found In Leicester Car Park

Funny story: King Richard III Found In Leicester Car Park

A team of Archaeologists have revealed that they believe they have found the skeletal remains of King Richard III. King Richard, also known as 'The Lionheart', was last seen running away from the Battle of Bosworth Field on 22nd August 1485. Many...

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Graffiti Discovered at a Stone Circle in Britain

Funny story: Graffiti Discovered at a Stone Circle in Britain

Northumberland UK: Graffiti has been discovered on an unearthed surface of a pillar that forms part of an ancient stone circle, after the large megalith was knocked over by a thunderstorm. Ruins of prehistoric Bronze Age and older stone monuments...

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13,000 year-old poo tells story of gassed-up Native Americans

Funny story: 13,000 year-old poo tells story of gassed-up Native Americans

HARFOLD, Vt. - Scientists at Harfold State College have come to some very different conclusions than their colleagues at the University of Oregon as to what a piece of 13,000 year-old poop means to the history of North America. "Our Oregonian coll...

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Archaeologist down for the "Long Count"?

Funny story: Archaeologist down for the "Long Count"?

Xultun, Guatamala. The Mayans were very good at math. So much so that they could actually make corrections over time using statistical methods to calculate minutes, degrees, and seconds of an arc with a precision unmatched until the invention of the microchip. Dr. William Jupitero, chief archaeologist on the site, working with a grant from Arkham University (Massachusetts) has been arguing wi...

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A Norwegian Archaeological Team Believes That They Have Found The Remains of The Infamous Monster Godzilla

Funny story: A Norwegian Archaeological Team Believes That They Have Found The Remains of The Infamous Monster Godzilla

OSAKA, Japan - A archaeological team from Holmenkollen, Norway, has made an amazing discovery. Olaf "Icicles" Gunnarstrand, leader of the six-man archaeological team, has declared that the team known as The Blue Sardines has discovered the bones o...

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Archaeologists Discover French Toast Flavored Pop-Tarts

Funny story: Archaeologists Discover French Toast Flavored Pop-Tarts

NEVADA-In what is already being hailed around the world as the find of the century, a team of archaeologists in Nevada have discovered the previously believed-to-be-extinct flavor of French Toast Pop-Tarts on a local grocery store shelf. Dr. Doug...

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Creationist archaeologists discover proof of God

Funny story: Creationist archaeologists discover proof of God

In the Nevada desert, a group of archaeologists have made an astonishing discovery which appears to provide evidence for creationism. In a large dig site, the bones of ten dinosaurs have been discovered wearing crucifixes. Chief digger and creatio...

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Prehistoric Peruvians Popped Popcorn

Funny story: Prehistoric Peruvians Popped Popcorn

Archaeologists have discovered that an ancient Peruvian tribe living along the Pacific coast was munching on popcorn thousands of years ago. The discovery was made last Thursday by Sir Percival Blick of the British Museum when he raped and pillage...

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Ancient wood discovered near Goodwood

Local walkers rambling in West Sussex stumbled across an ancient wood last weekend. Covering about 10 acres, it had never ever featured on any ordnance survey maps. "It's a bloody good wood," said walk leader Woody Rudd. The residents of Goodwood...

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Recording of Ancient Astronauts Found

Funny story: Recording of Ancient Astronauts Found

Washington DC: Following in the footsteps of his famous father, Indiana Jones Jr. has completed an archeological dig to determine the origin of the large drawings of spiders and monkeys located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru. UFO enthusiasts...

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Archeologist gets rid of all That "Weird Stuff" on Ancient Egyptian Tablets

Funny story: Archeologist gets rid of all That "Weird Stuff" on Ancient Egyptian Tablets

Harvard archeologist, Freddy Digs, unearthed a perfectly preserved series of Egyptian clay tablets during an excavation in Egypt's Valley of the Kings and promptly used a set of whetstones and various grades of sandpaper to get rid of all the Hierogl...

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Early Migrating Humans Fought Sabre Toothed Tigers To Settle In Burnley

Funny story: Early Migrating Humans Fought Sabre Toothed Tigers To Settle In Burnley

Archaeological evidence supports the theory that the earliest human migrants battled woolly mammoths, sabre toothed tigers, wild lions, hippos, and wild boar, in their quest to reach the Lancashire settlement of Burnley. Historians agree that the...

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Archaeologists find Henry VIII's bongs under Hampton Court Palace ha-ha

Funny story: Archaeologists find Henry VIII's bongs under Hampton Court Palace ha-ha

A Time Team excavation of a Tudor outdoor lav near the King's Privy Garden has unearthed dozens of heraldic bongs belonging to Henry VIII archaeologists said today. Signed by renowned court jeweller Sir Peregrine Nuggets the wrought filigree silve...

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Heads or Tails

Funny story: Heads or Tails

Archeologists claim they have found a 5000-year old backgammon. Backgammon uses dice, or rather knucklebones, to provide random numbers, or rather deity's will and pre-determination, to determine the movements of the checkers. In addition to backgammon, man, in complex situations, uses the same knucklebone idea to determine what to do, shifting the responsibility to the supernatural and thus...

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