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Nanotechnologists Confirm Nothing Ever Happens in Business Meetings

April 22, 2015
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Nanotechnologists Confirm Nothing Ever Happens in Business Meetings

WASHINGTON, D.C.  After an exhaustive peer-reviewed research project lasting the better part of a year, nanotechnologists at the National Science Institute have confirmed that nothing ever happens at business meetings, long thought to be a…

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Some Cry Foul as Skinny Guys Again Dominate Marathon

April 21, 2015
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Some Cry Foul as Skinny Guys Again Dominate Marathon

BOSTON. The Boston Marathon, the world’s oldest annual marathon, attracts runners from around the world every Patriot’s Day, a holiday on the third Monday in April that serves as an excuse for local bureaucrats to…

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For One Marathon Runner, Race is Not Always to the Swift

April 20, 2015
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For One Marathon Runner, Race is Not Always to the Swift

HOPKINTON, Mass.  The rows of portable toilets that line the streets of this bucolic suburb on the morning of the Boston Marathon see heavy duty just before the starter’s gun goes off as runners nervously…

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My Quest to Bring Karaoke to Mt. Everest

April 18, 2015
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My Quest to Bring Karaoke to Mt. Everest

Sometimes, it takes a tragedy to change the way we view the world. For me, it was the story of David Sharp. Sharp was a climber in distress who died 300 feet from the summit…

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The Socialist Dictator Haircare Department

April 17, 2015
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The Socialist Dictator Haircare Department

A movie producer who gelled his hair upwards sat through a lunch with Fidel Castro during which the Cuban leader spoke without interruption for three hours.  When he finally stopped talking, he looked at the guest…

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Deep Space Telescope Locates Seventh Pointer Sister

April 16, 2015
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Deep Space Telescope Locates Seventh Pointer Sister

DELAWARE, Ohio.  Scientists at Ohio Wesleyan University, home of “The Big Ear” radio telescope, reported today that they have detected signals from a distant galaxy confirming the existence of a seventh Pointer Sister, a phenomenon…

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Study Says Lysdexics Make Best COEs

April 15, 2015
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Study Says Lysdexics Make Best COEs

NEW YORK.  A study released this week indicating that people who suffer from dyslexia are more likely to rise to the top in the corporate world has business leaders buzzing and headhunters scouring resumes for typos…

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Yogi in Springtime: Berra Sets the Record Straight on Quotes

April 14, 2015
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Yogi in Springtime: Berra Sets the Record Straight on Quotes

LITTLE FALLS, New Jersey. Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra, one of the most quoted individuals of all time, appeared today at a forum for scholars of his work at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center…

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The Look-Ma-No-Hands Bike Riders Relief Act

April 13, 2015
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The Look-Ma-No-Hands Bike Riders Relief Act

The Florida Senate voted 37-1 in favor of a bill to legalize no-hands bike riding. The measure now goes to the state House of Representatives. The Wall Street Journal As I printed out the text…

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That’s Unethical!

April 12, 2015
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That’s Unethical!

Ethical questions arise every day, everywhere, in every walk of life. Mr. Unethical untangled the following knotty problems of moral philosophy this week: Dear Mr. Unethical: Recently we went away for the weekend to the…

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