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Sometimes you just have to punch a pacifist.


“Are these jeans worth $1,000?”

BLOGS.WSJ.COM, NOV. 23
Are they spun in gold? Do they grant three wishes? Can you wish for more wishes? No? No.



“Seven pregnant goats stolen”

EMIRATES247.COM, NOV. 25
No kidding.



“Toowoomba man marries dog”

BRISBANETIMES.COM.AU, DEC. 1
How many of us can claim to have married our best friend?



“10 questions science must answer”

GUARDIAN.CO.UK, NOV. 30
No. 1: Magnets, how do they work?




“6 arrested after melee at anti-violence rally”

MCALL.COM, NOV. 26
Way to fight for what you believe in, fellas.



“Where anonymity breeds contempt”

NYTIMES.COM, NOV. 29
Good thing, too: Contempt now America’s No. 1 export.



“More than 1 in 3 SAfrican men admit to rape”

NEWS.YAHOO.COM, NOV. 26
We’re gonna need to work on that tourism slogan.



“Fast-thinking clerk saves the day with empanadas”

LCSUN-NEWS.COM, NOV. 29
Oh come on, it took me all of five seconds to think empanadas.



“Is my baby too fat?”

HEALTHLAND.TIME.COM, NOV. 30
Yes. GLORXX likes a lean cut.



“Will proof of extraterrestrial life be revealed at a Ramada Inn?”

AOLNEWS.COM, NOV. 29
That depends — is the continental breakfast included in the room fee?

 
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