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Funny story: Vatican Goes Nuclear

Vatican Goes Nuclear

ROME, MONDAY - Rumours have been leaking from inside Vatican City throughout the weekend that the newly-elected pontiff, pope Benedict XVI, intends to get tough on other religions who don't share the Roman Catholic view of spirituality. These appear...

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Funny story: Rover Saved - New Model Announced

Rover Saved - New Model Announced

LONGBRIDGE, BIRMINGHAM - recent rumours are confirmed by Phoenix Venture Holdings, owners of MG Rover. A new model is to be launched which it is hoped will revive Rover's flagging fortunes.

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Funny story: Dr Who Trades In Tardis

Dr Who Trades In Tardis

In an embarrassing statement issued earlier today, the BBC has confirmed that the real reason Christopher Ecclestone has not renewed his contract for the next series of Dr Who is that the Beeb has decided to trade in the Tardis. The statement handed...

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Funny story: Jackson To Be Saint - Pope's Ghost Appears In Court

Jackson To Be Saint - Pope's Ghost Appears In Court

In a startling development earlier today, the ghost of late Pope John Paul II appeared as a defence witness in The State Of California vs Michael (aka ‘fingers') Jackson.

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Funny story: Siebel Ready For The Big Time

Siebel Ready For The Big Time

In an exclusive interview granted to this reporter, Tom Siebel, shy and reclusive pint-sized chairman of Siebel Systems Inc, outlines his company’s history and hopes for the future. “We’re ready for the big time now” says Tom… The Customer Relationship Management software world was set alight recently by the news that Siebel 7.8 would soon be on general availability. This latest version o...

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