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Over The River

There goes George. I heard about it this morning from Richard. I couldn’t believe it; I cried and cried and cried like a little duckling. He was one of my closest friends. 507 more words


Eagles Defeat the Titans and Kill the Kraken

After feeling the wrath of the Green Bay Packers last week, the Philadelphia Eagles arrived at Lincoln Financial Field this morning ready to battle the Titans. 263 more words


Who's the real 'dingbat'? Epic fail in progress as morons on Twitter fall for fake Sarah Palin story on immigration

The satirical website The Daily Currant has struck again, this time convincing a rabid horde of Sarah Palin-haters on Twitter that she made a bunch of embarrassing gaffes while criticizing President Obama’s executive amnesty immigration plan. 663 more words

US Politics

Alex Smith Accused of Throwing Game

Embattled Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has recently been accused of intentionally throwing the Chiefs’ game this past Thursday night against the Oakland Raiders. It is also suspected that Roger Goodell has played a part in what some are calling the NFL’s “most heinous act since its initial suspending of Ray Rice for two games.” Goodell’s exact involvement in the situation is still unknown, yet a high-ranking NFL official has stated that “this operation is undoubtedly Goodell’s brainchild.” Goodell, who has pulled in nearly $105 million in his past 5 years as NFL commissioner, is viewed in some circles as perhaps the worst commissioner in NFL history. 286 more words


Congratulations, God! Messiah Sets All Time La Liga Scoring Record!

CAMP NOU, BARCELONA, CATALONIA, SPAIN (CT&P) – Our Lord and Savior, the goal scoring Messiah Leo Messi scored a hat trick against Sevilla yesterday to set the all time career scoring record in La Liga. 405 more words


Supermarkets unable to charge for vegetables under ancient foraging laws

Britain’s Supermarkets apart from Iceland have told shareholders to stay calm at the news that ancient foraging laws mean they are unable legally to charge for fruit, meat or vegetables on the proviso that they could have been picked, dug up or hunted in Britain. 179 more words