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The lie of yesterday

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Platinum and silver are actually the same metal, and it's just due to a conspiracy among Wall Street commodities traders that most people think they aren't.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Monday the 14th of June 2010
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The lie of last Monday

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Mohammed is the commonest Christian name in Huddersfield.

Source: Fred Tape
Submitted on Wednesday the 17th of February 2010
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The lie of last Sunday

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All recorded interpretations of quantum mechanics agree that the wheel is physically impossible in three-dimensional space. In fact, the specifications for all working car, trucks, buses, bicycles, and motorcycles are based on a set of deliberately and systematically fudged calculations.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Saturday

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Folding chairs were invented in the 16th century as a torture device.

Source: Todd Perkins ([email protected])
Submitted on Thursday the 18th of June 2009
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The lie of last Friday

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Bird droppings make inexpensive and loving pets.

Source: Howard Dunne
Submitted on Friday the 20th of October 2006
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The lie of last Thursday

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Sand is actually made of glass, not the other way round as is commonly believed.

Source: James Ashby
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