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No more taxes: here is how it will work

Funny story: No more taxes: here is how it will work

No more taxes. All the debt sold by the Federal Feserve will be canceled. Then the institution will be abolished. The Treasury itself will print all Dollars. Each Dollar printed will have an expiration date five years from the printing of the note. When this note is deposited in the bank the bank will record the expiration date whereupon the money expires. No tax forms will be required. The de...

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New college grads can roll their student loan debt into a 30-year fixed mortgage - WHAT A DEAL!!!

Funny story: New college grads can roll their student loan debt into a 30-year fixed mortgage - WHAT A DEAL!!!

So you just graduated from that pricey and prestigious liberal arts college and you and your sweetie owe an astronomical conglomeration of more than $125,000 in student loans. Neither of you have job prospects yet, but they're coming, baby, they're c...

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Banks Reply to Greece

Funny story: Banks Reply to Greece

Yes folks, it's ALL FOR YOU, isn't it? "Why can't we all just... get along?" "The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an international organization headquartered in Washington, D. C., of 188 countries working to foster global monetary coopera...

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Wango.com incur £37.3 million loss as a result of expensive pay day loan.

Funny story: Wango.com incur £37.3 million loss as a result of expensive pay day loan.

Wango.com, the UK's foremost pay-day lender, has posted losses for the current year of £37.3 million. Confirmed reports suggest that this shock result is largely a direct result of the company taking out a pay-day loan itself during the last acco...

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President Obama Admits to Getting Payday Loans

Funny story: President Obama Admits to Getting Payday Loans

WASHINGTON, DC - A few days after Vice President Joe Biden one-upped 'dead broke' Hillary Clinton by stating he's 'the poorest man in Congress', President Obama trumped them both by admitting that he visits a local payday loan center at least twice a...

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Feds Threaten to Flood Markets if U.S. Loans Called In!

Funny story: Feds Threaten to Flood Markets if U.S. Loans Called In!

The Federal Government has privately warned that if any countries should try to call in huge loans, they will quit trading and begin producing that country's legal tender by sophisticated copiers. "A lot of other countries have copied our dollars...

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China Rejects NASA's $7 Billion Loan Request

Funny story: China Rejects NASA's $7 Billion Loan Request

HOUSTON - NASA has just received word that the Republic of China has turned down their loan request. China's Foreign Minister Kong Hong Liebowitz gave NASA Spokesperson Trent Timmelfarb the bad news. Mr. Liebowitz stated that China regretted ha...

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Canada Tells Argentina That The Northwest Territories Are Not For Sale

Funny story: Canada Tells Argentina That The Northwest Territories Are Not For Sale

OTTAWA - The Canadian government has sent President Fernando Ginobili of Argentina a message in regards to his request to purchase the Northwest Territories. President Ginobili (who is no relation to San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili) was than...

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NASA Asks China For A $7 Billion Loan

Funny story: NASA Asks China For A $7 Billion Loan

HOUSTON - The National Aeronaudics and Space Administration has just issued a statment stating that it will run out of funds on March 13, 2014. NASA Spokesperson Trent Timmelfarb informed the U.S. news media that NASA tried to get President Obama...

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Library 'too quiet'

An elderly book-lover has complained bitterly that her local library was too quiet. "There was a deathly silence about the place," moaned 75-year-old Lily Brearian, who has been using the library in Gateshead for over 50 years. "And recently I've...

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Kim Jong Un In An Amazing Gesture of Goodwill Offers To Lend The USA $21 Billion

Funny story: Kim Jong Un In An Amazing Gesture of Goodwill Offers To Lend The USA $21 Billion

PYONGYANG, North Korea - The Rice Paddy News Agency of North Korea has just announced that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is reaching out to the United States. The leader of North Korea has expressed a desire to lend the financially troubled U.S.

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Guatemala Asks The United States For $13 Billion To Start Up A Space Program

Funny story: Guatemala Asks The United States For $13 Billion To Start Up A Space Program

GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala - President Pancho Ensalada of Guatemala has asked President Obama for a loan in order to start up a space program similar to the one the United States has. President Ensalada informed President Obama that he met with fiv...

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Kim Jong Un Is Thinking About Renaming North Korea

Funny story: Kim Jong Un Is Thinking About Renaming North Korea

PYONGYANG, North Korea - Kim Jong Un is without a doubt one of the most fickle leaders in the history of world leaders. The 30-year-old had the nerve to ask President Obama for a $1 billion loan (interest free). He has also stated that he wants...

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Australia To Aid America

Funny story: Australia To Aid America

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The United States has decided that it will not be asking the Republic of China for another loan. Federal financial experts have stated that the United States already owes the Republic of China $1.15 billion. They stated that...

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Bank Worker Sacked for Lending a Colleague a Tenner till next Wednesday

Funny story: Bank Worker Sacked for Lending a Colleague a Tenner till next Wednesday

Kevin Smalley, 48, a clerk at Natleys Bank has been dismissed from his job after a senior manager discovered that he had lent £10 to a fellow employee. The reciprocant of the loan, Wendy Smidgin, a sales counter assistant at the same branch, had m...

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Dozens of loan sharks stranded on beach

Dover was closed yesterday as emergency services tried to rescue nearly 40 huge loan sharks left stranded on the beach after massive downfalls in the U.K. economy. Many of them had been over-whelmed with high-interest credit and were unable to cop...

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Industry Watchdogs slam Pocket Money website

Funny story: Industry Watchdogs slam Pocket Money website

A money loaning web site aimed at children as young as five has been slammed by advertising watchdog, OfCom; the financial watchdog OfFin; and the Children's watchdog, OfPedo. "It took us several months to spot it," said OfFon co-ordinator, Adolp...

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"Carol Vorderman's" Consolidated Loans and Leg Brokerage

Funny story: "Carol Vorderman's" Consolidated Loans and Leg Brokerage

Do you have debts? Do you struggle to repay what you owe? Do you worry about your health and that of your family? If so, you are not alone. Thousands of people are in the same boat. It seems like everyone is after your money doesn't it? And there is never enough to go round. Well some people have discovered a way to get help. "Carol Vordeman's" Consolidated Loans and Leg Brokerage of...

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