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Breaking news from Conquering Life: College kid actually gets internship

Fredonia, N.Y – Mid-April is the height of the summer internship game: college students are having panic attacks, and companies are scrambling to find the right candidate to do cheap labor before all the expert coffee-pour-ers are taken. 497 more words

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Jesus, Paul Blart Sequel Expected To Win Weekend Box Office

HOLLYWOOD, CA—Noting the success of the first Paul Blart movie and the draw of star Kevin James, industry experts confirmed Friday that, Jesus, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2… 135 more words

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Fake Onions - Incompetent Cashier Mistakes Pleasantry As Genuine Inquiry

St. Paul, MN – Already in a bad mood that the closed self-checkout lanes at Wal-Mart were going to force him to interact with another human, Frank Tymes begrudgingly injected himself into the line of one of the fleshy cashiers. 164 more words

Couples Waiting Longer To Enter Prenuptial Agreements

WASHINGTON, DC—After interviewing thousands of couples around the country, the Pew Research Center issued a new report today showing that modern couples are waiting longer than previous generations to enter prenuptial agreements. 146 more words

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Fake Onions - America Already Sick Of Baseball

Chicago, IL – Baseball started up again last week and, as they do every year, Americans all over the country got together and pretended to be excited about it. 143 more words

Elaborate Proposal Goes Too Well : Potential Fiance Burned at Stake

Article by Jeff Wolfthal

Kenosha, WI — Attendants at a local Renaissance Festival were treated to a unique piece of performance art this past Sunday when a patron’s grandiose attempt at proposing to his girlfriend was embraced so fully by the Festival’s performers that she was burned alive at the stake.  196 more words

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Per NCAA Student-Athlete Regulations, Urban Meyer to Be Paid in School Credits

Columbus, OH – Ohio University Football coach Urban Meyer has inked a blockbuster deal in which he will earn $6.5 million dollars in elective credits every year until 2020.   132 more words

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