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Tour de France Bike Safety Changes

Funny story: Tour de France Bike Safety Changes

The Tour de France, cycling's premier, most prestigious, most demanding and, arguably, most dangerous challenge, is going soft, it has been reported. The gruelling event where many of the seasoned and ultra-fit competitors consider it a lifetime a...

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Everyone Safe After Florida Man Guns Down Intruders

Funny story: Everyone Safe After Florida Man Guns Down Intruders

A Florida man and his family are safe, thanks to his quick thinking, and gunning down intruders on his front stoop. "I heard a knock at the door," says Robert, a thirty six year old white male from Tampa. "I grabbed my AR33 assault rifle and went...

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NRA, Gun Manufacturers Want A Ban On New EMP Guns

Funny story: NRA, Gun Manufacturers Want A Ban On New EMP Guns

Sensing a threat to their bottom line, gun manufacturers and the NRA have lined up against new EMPs or electro magnetic pulse guns, specifically targeting those devices made for the consumer market. An EMP gun ranges in size and shape from a TV re...

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Airbag giant explodes with ideas to repurpose its rejects

Funny story: Airbag giant explodes with ideas to repurpose its rejects

Tokyo - The largest recall in automotive history has left auto-parts fabricator Takata holding the bag… Or more specifically holding 34 million defective airbags. Problem is, the devices have a tendency to go off like bombs, whenever the weath...

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GM finds the cause of its ignition switch debacle

Funny story: GM finds the cause of its ignition switch debacle

Detroit - Rabbits' feet have proven to be unlucky for what used to be the world's largest car maker. The key chain charms have been fingered by General Motors engineers as the cause for sudden ignition shutdown that could affect millions of vehicles.

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More GM Recalls Beside Cobalt?

Funny story: More GM Recalls Beside Cobalt?

After Chevy recalled all their Chevy Cobalts, workers at the plant say that there was trouble all along. A Source asking not to be identified stated that two caught on fire in the building they were working on them. "The ones checking out their...

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Middle, High Schools in Arkansas Issued Firearms

Funny story: Middle, High Schools in Arkansas Issued Firearms

Attention mass killers, you better not go into an Arkansas school as each child has been issued a weapon that is under their desk. The ammo can be unlocked quickly by the teacher or room monitor. Of course, the early grades will only have stun gun...

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Home Teaching May Be Answer For School Problems

Funny story: Home Teaching May Be Answer For School Problems

With so many problems from gas shortage to water shortage, home teaching is beginning to look like the answer for many educators. "Think about the gas and money we would save", says one political proponent. "Lots of smart moms & dads out there...

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Super Bowl to be played without helmets

Funny story: Super Bowl to be played without helmets

New York - Unleashing a last-minute rule change that is certain to spark controversy, the National Football League has banned the use of helmets in the upcoming Super Bowl. "The NFL wants Super Bowl XLVIII to be the safest championship game ever...

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Missing woman found safe and well

A 65-year-old Skegness woman has been discovered alive at the bottom of an ancient, dried-up well on the edge of Hag Wells Wood. Homeless Vera Tuwells had been living rough for several months, and recently found the partly hidden well which was em...

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Louisiana Considering a Ban on Cruise Ships

Funny story: Louisiana Considering a Ban on Cruise Ships

NEW ORLEANS - The state of Louisiana is considering a major change in their cruise line policy. Mildred "Millie" Scatterbrick, 46, director of tourism for the Bayou State stated to reporters that in the past two years the cruise line companies hav...

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City to install airbags in downtown lampposts to protect texting pedestrians

The city council last night voted to spend $250,000 to install automotive-type airbags on all downtown lampposts. The decision came after hundreds of pedestrians have been injured over the past few years while inadvertently walking into posts wh...

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Growing economic hard times have Irish little people community scared for their lives, gold

Many members of Ireland's little people community are scared tonight. There has been a dramatic and sudden rise of kidnapping amongst the little people community in Ireland during these economic hard times. Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday dow...

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Botox for Hair now on offer in UK hairdressers

Funny story: Botox for Hair now on offer in UK hairdressers

Hairdressers across the UK have widely accepted the latest beauty treatment to come out of L'Orful, the US beauty product developers, called Botox For Hair. "It's a fantastic solution to the problem of limp hair," said Vital Saloon, hairdresser to...

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Crossing the road for physicists

Funny story: Crossing the road for physicists

The major cause for the loss of life among young physicists is road traffic accidents. Who knows how far humanity would have advanced if there had been a lollipop lady outside the Massachusetts Institute of Technology? However, with the aid of a few simple rules, a young bold physicist can become a middle-aged physicist by taking heed. All physicists are aware of the Heisenberg Uncertainty prin...

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Action Urged Over Propelling Pencil Safety

Funny story: Action Urged Over Propelling Pencil Safety

Government and health officials are being urged to take action over safety issues relating to propelling pencils. The call comes after a weekend when a local man "narrowly escaped death" while trying to replace the lead in his Yard-O-Led pencil.

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Airbags Adding Safety to New Nuke Plants

Funny story: Airbags Adding Safety to New Nuke Plants

Augusta, Georgia -- An electric utility here is building the first new nuclear generating plants to be constructed in the US since 1978. Its safety secret: the use of giant, automotive type airbags to cushion and protect the facility from the destruc...

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Mercedes to produce the world's safest car

Funny story: Mercedes to produce the world's safest car

Mercedes are already well known for their extensive feature list and super safe cars. Now, they have gone a stage further and produced what they claim is the safest car in the world. Although only currently in concept stage, they may have a point.

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