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Sauron in bid to lead Tea Party movement

Sauron, the Dark Lord of Mordor and Nameless Enemy has announced his plans to become the new figurehead of the US Tea Party movement, ousting Sarah Palin from her unofficial role.

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Posted: Oct 14th, 2010
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Alex Ferguson’s gum chewing ‘could power an area the size of Lincolnshire’, say scientists

‘If properly harnessed, we believe Alex Ferguson’s jaws could solve many of the world’s energy problems.’

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Posted: Sep 21st, 2010
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Journalist found guilty of tapping his own phone

John Wenders, a senior editor at the News of The World has been found guilty of hacking into his own voicemails.

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Posted: Sep 13th, 2010
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Classic FM Hall of Fame ‘ran out of music’

Classic's Hall of Fame 'still lacking that big finish'Popular classical music station Classic Fm today issued a statement confirming that it had in fact ‘run out of music’ for its Hall of Fame Top 300, and had been forced to broadcast several pieces of music over and over again.

The Hall of Fame, which is based on a scientific poll of ‘the nation’s favourite music’ was found to consist of only four pieces of music, namely ‘the Brief Encounter music’, ‘the Hovis ad’, ‘that nice one by Mozart’, and ‘Tee-tum-tee-tiddly-pom, oh I can’t remember what it’s called. It might be Elgar.’

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Posted: Sep 7th, 2010
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Father stops filming for two bloody minutes; misses child’s first steps

After taking the unprecedented step of ‘putting that sodding camcorder down for two bloody minutes’, Geoff Curran is counting the cost of ‘trying to actually enjoy just being with his family for a change’.

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Posted: Jul 22nd, 2010
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