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Bluetooth devices protest against ‘arranged pairings’

Bluetooth devices have reacted angrily to being forced into pairings with other devices without their consent.

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Posted: Nov 11th, 2014
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Gromit insists he has ‘full confidence’ in Wallace

Gromit has denied initiating a whispering campaign aimed at unseating his master and co-star, Wallace, in the run up to the general election.

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Posted: Nov 8th, 2014
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Hopes fading that WW1-related programming will be over by Christmas

It's all repeats!Hopes that huge quantities of World War One-related programming might be over by Christmas have been quashed.

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Posted: Nov 7th, 2014
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Fiona Woolf denies using feathery hat to deflect attention

'Wouldn't have buried her head in the sand'Fiona Woolf has denied using a special feathery hat to divert people’s attention from Home Office and Conservative Party embarrassment. Mrs Woolf stepped down from the chairmanship of the government cover up of child sex abuse after it was argued she ‘wasn’t an appropriate person’ to lead the whitewash.

But Mrs Woolf still maintains she had all the right credentials for leading a complex cover up into a sexual scandal that may have reached into the higher echelons of government, as well as having excellent contacts inside and outside Westminster, and a hat made of black ostrich feathers.

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Posted: Nov 3rd, 2014
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Awesome Welles ‘not that Awesome’ according to undergrad essay

I really don’t see why we have to study this guy, who, despite his name, couldn’t even spell ‘Awemome’ anyway. And he ended up doing TV commercials for sherry, which is like what my great aunt drinks? And she lives in Frinton?’

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Posted: Nov 1st, 2014
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