December, 2021

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Prince Charles Leads Climate Change Fight By Eating Children

The Prince of Wales announced that he had initiated his own "cap and trade" program.

Old St. Louis Stadium to be Site of New Ferguson Jail

The City of St. Louis and Rams team owner Stan Kroenke has made steps to offset the ballooning costs by converting the old and perfectly functional Edwards Jones Dome into a modern prison facility.

Recent Austin Transplant Saddened to Learn He’s Now in Texas

Someone forgot to a Bay Area Transplant that Austin was in Texas.

Trader Joe’s to Offer Child Adoptions

Trader Joe's, one of the largest privately held specialty grocery stores in the United States, has announced plans to offer child adoptions at select locations around California.

Cher To Wed Robert Plant At Westminster Abbey

Cher's longtime publicist announced this morning that Pop Icon Cher and Rock Icon Robert Plant have reserved the Westminster Abbey for their wedding on January 17th.
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Christian “Terrorists” in Trouble for Illegal Chemtrailing

A group of Christian chemtrailers are in trouble with both civil and military aviation officials for using their aircraft to spread the "the divine Word of Christ."

Easy Bake Oven Thwarted by LED Light Bulb

Warren Grant of Nevada City became agitated on Wednesday when his daughter's Christmas Gift, a "retro" Kenner Easy Bake Oven, failed to cook the small-batch cake mix.

Biden Offers Laid Off Coal Workers Betamax VCRs

The President's critics say this is another example of him being out of touch with average Americans.

Why I Should Be The Next Supreme Court Justice

There is a lot of controversy going on in our government about the next Supreme Court justice and who should be allowed to choose them. I have a simple solution, choose me.

Dalai Lama Finds Time to Relax with a Fidget Spinner

His holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, surprised audience members at this year's 7th Annual Ohio Spiritual Awakening Festival or OSAF when he mentioned that he used a fidget spinner to occasionally "relax and center himself after a hectic day."