McCartney offers new Beatles 'facts'

Funny story: McCartney offers new Beatles 'facts'

LONDON - Ex-Beatles member Paul McCartney said, "I tried heroin just once and didn't like it." McCartney repeated the statement a number of times in public before a few reporters heard him and decided to try to make some kind of news item about it.

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Jennifer Lopez Angry No News on Her This Week, Marries Marc Anthony

Funny story: Jennifer Lopez Angry No News on Her This Week, Marries Marc Anthony

Los Angeles - In a move that shocked no one, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony married after weeks of denying anything more than a friendship. The wedding was apparently an attempt to get Lopez in the news for 183 consecutive weeks, a new record for a...

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Begging Idiots. Idiots Falling in Love with Christians and Rejecting Pagans.

Funny story: Begging Idiots. Idiots Falling in Love with Christians and Rejecting Pagans.

You can beg an idiot for a lot but remember, you must never harm the idiot. The senses react to pain. Now, if you were to provide honey to an idiot, that idiot might be sufficiently attracted to remaining a fool!...

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Bush Calls Up Boy Scouts for Tour of Duty

Late today, President George Bush and Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld announced at a brief press conference that up to 150,000 Boy Scouts from across America would be called into active duty in Iraq effective immediately.

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A Paid Advertisement by Ralph Nader

Funny story: A Paid Advertisement by Ralph Nader

To my fellow Arab American Citizens:...

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Reagan Dead- Critics and Admirers Comment from Afterlife

Ronald Reagan died Saturday afternoon and within hours both accolades and criticisms of the former actor, President and grandfather of America's Neo Con movement were pouring in from the afterlife. John Edward, host of televisions Crossing Over was q...

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Artichokes Discovered to be Grenades

Funny story: Artichokes Discovered to be Grenades

The Longpoington family - father, mother and daughter - of Essex were settling down to an evening meal of artichokes and mushrooms, when two different squads arrived in their dining room.

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Sharpton pick as next 'Tonight Show' host

Funny story: Sharpton pick as next 'Tonight Show' host

NEW YORK CITY -- Rev. Al Sharpton is being touted as the replacement for Jay Leno on NBC's legendary Tonight Show.

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Reagan sightings begin

Funny story: Reagan sightings begin

DURNBARN, Tenn. -- The first post-life Ronald Reagan sighting has taken place only hours after the former President/actor's death was announced.

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A Memorial: Ronald Reagan Meets George Gipp

Funny story: A Memorial: Ronald Reagan Meets George Gipp

BEL AIRE, CALIFORNIA - Saturday, June 5, 2004. Former President Ronald Reagan finally met the real "Gipper" this afternoon. After living 93 years, Reagan will have a chance to sit down and have a chat with the legendary George Gipp who di...

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