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Chilcot still refusing to die

With the publication of his report years overdue, Sir John Chilcot continues to refuse to die so it can be axed as a gesture of respect.

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Posted: Jul 30th, 2015
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Charity ‘Golf Aid’ launched as 2015 subscriptions land on doormats

With Christmas now a distant but expensive memory, the nation’s hard-pressed golfers have launched a new charity, ‘Golf Aid’, to raise money to cushion the exorbitant annual subscription bills which are now being put through player’s letterboxes.

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Posted: Jan 9th, 2015
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Chaos as man uses 3D printer to make a 3D printer

When 52-year-old Andy Hargreaves decided to see if he could make a 3D printer using a 3D printer he had little idea of the chaos he would create through the development of an infinitely recursive 3D printer manufacturing loop which, if predictions are correct, will mean the world is overtaken by a proliferation of 3D printers by 2018.

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Posted: Dec 15th, 2014
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X-Factor panel to be replaced by actual judges

'You didn't own that song. Give it back.'In an effort to combat accusations of bias amongst the celebrity judging panel in the forthcoming high-profile final of the X-Factor, the current panel will be replaced by a more traditional panel of judges.

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Posted: Dec 12th, 2014
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Ice cube tray manufacturer wins award for irretrievable ice cubes

ice buggery bastards, more likeFor over 30 years, ice cube tray manufacturers have been engaged in a race to develop a container from which frozen water can never be extracted. Today UK company Pro-Plastic has been recognised for making the first container from which ice cubes cannot be retrieved, irrespective of the cunning and skill of the users.

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Posted: Oct 27th, 2014
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