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Advertisement feature: For the devotee, a limited-edition leather-bound Facebook

every volume individually poked by Mark ZuckerburgTo celebrate Facebook’s five hundred millionth subscriber, we are proud to offer our readers this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an exclusive leather-bound printed version of the popular social-networking website.

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Posted: Oct 6th, 2010
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‘Big Society’ to be kickstarted with celebrity funeral

Government plans for the ‘Big Society’ are to be spurred by efforts to bring the country together through grief with the unifying death of a major public figure.

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Posted: Jul 20th, 2010
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Beryl & Arthur Cole to separate after 62 years

Saga magazine has today announced the separation of Beryl Cole from her Chelsea Pensioner husband Arthur after 62 years together. Renowned music hall singer Beryl, is reported to have cited Arthur’s roving eye as the primary reason for the split.

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Posted: Mar 1st, 2010
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Virgin shortage blamed for drop in suicide attacks

CIA suggesting prostitutes in the 'here and now' might possibly be more exciting alternativeProspective Muslim martyrs are being put off by an apparent shortage of available virgins in the afterlife, claims a new report. Following the attack on the Twin Towers in 2001, suicide bombings on Western interests saw a massive increase in popularity among bored, young Muslim males. This was attributed mainly to the promised attentions of 72 virgin maidens in paradise for the rest of eternity.

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Posted: Jan 11th, 2010
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Mensa must accept BNP members, says Equalities Commission

'everyone should be given a chance of being in the top 2%'The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) today ordered Mensa to review its membership criteria following a series of damning complaints that it is discriminating against far-right idiots not bright enough to join. Under current rules Mensa only admits those with an IQ in the top 2 per cent of the population, but the EHRC has declared the policy to be ‘institutionally elitist’ and infringing the human rights of ill-informed bigots everywhere.

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Posted: Oct 19th, 2009
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