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Have you a dollar to spare for the endangered tree octopus?
In 1957, when televisions were still fairly new and remarkable bits of home-owned technology, a clever crew of BBC reporters created an April Fool’s gag that never should have fooled a soul but there were more than a few people … Continue reading
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You have to wonder about a woman who’d throw acid on her own face
Apparently Bethany Storro is in a hospital somewhere in Washington State getting treated for chemical burns. Stupidity can’t be cured by doctors, alas, so she’s still out of luck so far as that goes. An arrest warrant was issued for … Continue reading
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Where does Bigfoot go on holiday?
Sasquatchewan. The rest of the time, who knows where he hangs his giant hat? What does appear to be known is when the name for Big Foot occurred – 1958. Born in the pages of the Humboldt Times by columnist … Continue reading
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