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Funny story: Could American Politics Create Hyper-Alternate Quantum Vortex?

Could American Politics Create Hyper-Alternate Quantum Vortex?

Geneva, Switzerland - CERN scientists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) often study the most extreme states which can exist in the fabric of reality. Particle behavior within super-massive black holes ceases to fit the Proton-Electron model that all...

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Funny story: Isle Of Wight News - "Fart" Powered Wind Farm Gets Go Ahead

Isle Of Wight News - "Fart" Powered Wind Farm Gets Go Ahead

High tech blade-less wind farms, the brain child of Isle of Wight inventor Johnny Dyson are to be erected around the Isle of Wight's vegetarian refugee camps. The wind farms, designed to extract the spent air from around the vegetarian New Age se...

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Funny story: New Age Dairy given free range status by EU for its Virtual Cinemagraphic Dome and the chickens love it.

New Age Dairy given free range status by EU for its Virtual Cinemagraphic Dome and the chickens love it.

People will recall the Surround Dome Theatre which was a popular fairground attraction in the 1980's. Disney World, Lego-land and Blackpool all had them. The audience were treated to virtual rides on roller coasters and racing cars with every wall su...

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Funny story: Mind Over Money: Ed Balls Solves the Budget Crisis

Mind Over Money: Ed Balls Solves the Budget Crisis

Ed Balls has been finding it difficult to come up with a suitable infallible authority to point the way forward for Labour's next election. Yup! He tells us that Marx and Engels are, well, a bit old hat, Stalin a bit nasty, and as for Trotsky, we...

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Funny story: Nationally Syndicated Life Coach Throws in the Towel

Nationally Syndicated Life Coach Throws in the Towel

PORTLAND, OR-- Vitalia Effervesce, nationally known Life Coach and host of the daily advice show Shine On You, committed suicide Monday by downing a bottle of Xanax washed down with a fifth of Jim Beam. Effervesce, author of the New Age bible Let...

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Funny story: The Universe to Start Charging User Fees for Favors Granted

The Universe to Start Charging User Fees for Favors Granted

EVERYWHERE--In a blow to New Age enthusiasts worldwide, a spokesperson for the universe announced today that Mr. Universe would begin, in April, charging user fees whenever someone asks for a favor and is granted one. Said a spokesperson for the u...

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Funny story: Vortexes in Sedona, Arizona Appear to be Disappearing

Vortexes in Sedona, Arizona Appear to be Disappearing

Sedona, AZ - Sedona, Arizona, once known world-wide as a Mecca for those looking for metaphysical experiences due to the unusually large amount of vortices (vortexes) located there, is seeing a string of unhappy visitors leave the various sites of Be...

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Funny story: New Old Age Replacing New Age as New Age-Old Age

New Old Age Replacing New Age as New Age-Old Age

In the blink of an eye, the New Age will be over, and the New Old Age will take over. Sources close to the divine greatness himself known only as a whisper have confirmed that before the end of the second decade of 2000, the world, as we know it, wi...

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Funny story: Jobless forced into past-life therapy

Jobless forced into past-life therapy

Long-term EU unemployed are being forced into "regression therapy" in the hope that coming to terms with past lives will help them find a job in this one.

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Funny story: New Religious Movement In Jerusalem

New Religious Movement In Jerusalem

In the Middle-Eastern city of Jerusalem a new religion is rapidly spreading, preaching peace on Earth, forgiveness of sins, and love for one's neighbour. This religion is Christianity.

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