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Last minute gift ideas from Google ; iphone

December 23, 2008

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With the world economy in decline and citizens all over the globe suffering under the weight of credit card debt that they cannot repay, Google and iphone have teamed up to create a new application, playfully named the Bush doctrine..


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Santa seeks bailout. Stocks tumble..

December 11, 2008

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In news that sent shock waves of panic through wall street, Old Chris Cringle arrived in Washington today seeking a $1.6 trillion bailout from congress, warning that if congress fails to act- Christmas will be cancelled indefinitely.

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Voice Activated Google ap for iphone causes hearing loss in bill collectors

December 10, 2008

mainpic1The Public News NetworkOperation Itch Contributor
With the world economy in decline and citizens all over the globe suffering under the weight of credit card debt that they cannot repay, Google and iphone have teamed up to create a new application, playfully named  “The Bush doctrine” after the pre-emptive and preventative attack nature of the application.

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Respected journalist JIM LEHRER to leave PBS

December 4, 2008

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Mumbai residents returned to work Monday for the first time since last week’s terrorist attacks. But Indians remained shocked and angry at the newly-evident holes in the city’s security, and JIM LEHRER lost his fricken mind.

 

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BLACK FRIDAY DISCOUNTS ONLY TO BE OFFERED TO BLACK PEOPLE; WAL MART VOWS TO FIGHT

December 2, 2008

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The president elect announced his plan to sign an executive order that would compel retailers give African Americans an additional 20% off on purchases on the Friday after Thanksgiving every year. Wal-Mart vows to fight back.

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