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Funny story: Starbucks Baristas Study; Customers Squawk

Starbucks Baristas Study; Customers Squawk

Lots of kudos for Starbucks when it was announced that the company was initiating a program to pay college tuition for its baristas. No applause from the customers though. Baristas are so wrapped up in their studies, the level of service has dec...

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Funny story: 73-Year-Old Newspaper Editor Dies After Sex With 22-Year-Old

73-Year-Old Newspaper Editor Dies After Sex With 22-Year-Old

The editor of the Oregonian Organ's Editorial Pages for many years has died of cardiac arrest following having sex with a young lady he has apparently been helping through college for some time now. The young lady told police officers that Dwight...

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Funny story: Student loan debt in Germany reaches thousand euro mark for first time in history

Student loan debt in Germany reaches thousand euro mark for first time in history

BERLIN, Germany--No stranger to dark moments in history, Germany announced this week that for the first time in history, student loan debt will break the dreaded per-student mark of one thousand euros ($1,367). In an attempt to quell student outra...

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Funny story: Applications for worthless bits of paper, down 9% according to Universities

Applications for worthless bits of paper, down 9% according to Universities

Applications by college leavers seeking to acquire a worthless piece of paper confirming they too had successfully been exploited for three years of their lives at University, are running at 9% below last year's level, says the Ucas admissions servic...

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Funny story: Nick Clegg: Carlos Tevez right to refuse to play

Nick Clegg: Carlos Tevez right to refuse to play

Nick Clegg has shocked football fans by speaking out in impassioned defence of Carlos Tevez' refusal to come on as a substitute for Manchester City during last night's Champions League game against Bayern Munich. "Look," said Clegg in a specially...

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Funny story: Scottish independence sparks windfall for English tax payers

Scottish independence sparks windfall for English tax payers

MP's voted today to give Scotland its long awaited independence. That's good news for English tax payers who have been subsidising Scotland for hundreds of years. It is estimated that each English tax payer coughs up £1,450 per year for our border c...

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Funny story: University Fees "A Bloody Fiasco" Blasts Top Academic

University Fees "A Bloody Fiasco" Blasts Top Academic

Controversial historian Ken Lucid has blasted colleagues who are charging the full £9,000-a-year tuition fees. Prof Lucid, head of history at Maidenhead University, joined the fees debate yesterday when he sarcastically praised the London School o...

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Funny story: LSE Fees Announcement Welcomed By Top Academic

LSE Fees Announcement Welcomed By Top Academic

The London School Of Economics has become the first elite university to announce that it will charge less than £9,000 in fees. From the next academic year undergraduates at the LSE will be charged £8,500, a move that the university claims sends "a...

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Funny story: Harry Potter To be Saddled With £30,000 Debt On Graduation - Shock!

Harry Potter To be Saddled With £30,000 Debt On Graduation - Shock!

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is causing a stir in the supernatural world by being the first centre of learning to charge the full £9,000 tuition fees to its students. Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore, told the press, "We're simply puttin...

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Funny story: Police's "Cunning Plan" For Student Protests

Police's "Cunning Plan" For Student Protests

Papers obtained under the Freedom of Information Act have revealed that the Metropolitan Police believed it had a "cunning plan" to deal with the student protests over tuition fees last year. The unnamed author of the documents advised that, if th...

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Funny story: Universities To Set Maximum Fees

Universities To Set Maximum Fees

Oxford and Cambridge Universities look like heading towards setting a maximum fee for 2012, its been reported. Following a meeting of academics and students on tuition fee charges, Chancellor Emeritus Bagshot stated that Oxford needed to charge 1...

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Funny story: Tuitions Fees Bill Mysteriously 'Lost'

Tuitions Fees Bill Mysteriously 'Lost'

LONDON - The tuition fees bill was lost in the Parliament building today. The bill, which will impoverish thousands of budding young smart people, had disappeared. "Uhhh..." said an MP. "Yes. It is such a shame it was lost. Oh dear. What ever s...

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Funny story: Brave Charles and Camilla to Face Crowds Again

Brave Charles and Camilla to Face Crowds Again

In a rush SPECIAL EDITION, The Daily Mail has announced the Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Co-Respondent, will continue their round of public events after a brazen failed attempt to assassinate their Rolls Royce. Drawing excessively on...

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Funny story: Nelson's Column down. Dubious replacement up.

Nelson's Column down. Dubious replacement up.

A highly controversial decision to replace Nelson's Column with a column dedicated to Nick Clegg has been met with displeasure throughout the United Kingdom. Clegg's Column, which is scheduled to be erected in Trafalgar Square by the end of 2012,...

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Funny story: Pro Tuition Fee Raise Voters Told to Pay Back THEIR University Fees

Pro Tuition Fee Raise Voters Told to Pay Back THEIR University Fees

LONDON - After a stupidly narrow defeat of 21 votes, a tuition fee rise for next year's university students was met with severe irony as a clause was found in the document. All the party members who voted for the fee rise will have to pay their un...

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Funny story: Princeton strikes out on a bold path

Princeton strikes out on a bold path

Princeton University, originally The College of New Jersey, a Protestant seminary in colonial days, has made the brave decision to commit to an austere path; Princeton will freeze its tuition at $33,000. per year.

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