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The lie of yesterday

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Kangaroos in certain parts of West Essex have evolved Filofaxes instead of pouches.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Monday

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Over half the members of the South Korean Parliament list being reincarnated as a spent AA battery as their favorite hobby.

Source: Simon Smith
Submitted on Saturday the 2nd of October 2004
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The lie of last Sunday

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Samuel Pepys (1604-1678) was Englands first milkman and his dairy has been a popular research topic for historians ever since.

Source: pod second lord of Baghdad
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The lie of last Saturday

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Lear Jets are actually sentient beings from the planet Emmental Omega Gouda.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Friday

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Peter Ustinov removed all the iron from his blood stream by partial distillation, melted it down, and made a scale model of his hero, Tolstoy, with it.

Source: Pope David the 69th
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The lie of last Thursday

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Star Trek's Lieutenant Commander Data gets his pasty yellow skin tone just by rubbing his face in Commander Riker's beard every morning. "It's just like scouring your face with brillo pads and Vim", quipped the socially inept android.

Source: Stephen G. Wilson ( [email protected] )
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