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The lie of yesterday

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Mr. T hates tea.

Source: Matthew Jones
Submitted on Wednesday the 15th of September 2004
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The lie of last Monday

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Fudge becomes a superconductor at only -15 degrees centigrade.

Source: Theodore H Biscuit ([email protected])
Submitted on Monday the 6th of December 2004
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The lie of last Sunday

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Antelopes in the Sudan have learned to read road signs. They have been observed diverting their paths in order to cross the highway at marked Antelope Crossing zones, and are suspected of stampeding marsupials away from areas that are outside designated Marsupial Crossing zones.

Source: Don Magor [email protected]
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The lie of last Saturday

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Jungle music was hidden from Western public attention since 1932 following the Japanese invasion of China. Jungle was actually invented in 1958 by the wife of a wealthy landowner.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Friday

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Ironically, Alanis Morrisette does understand what irony is. She simply chooses not to sing about it.

Source: Eric TF Bat. [email protected]
Submitted on Tuesday the 13th of June 2006
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The lie of last Thursday

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The keys to the original main building of Spain's Prado art museum were carved by the sculptor Ernesto Aldebaran (1775-1841)to match the profile of the Pyrenees mountains, distantly visible from the building's bell tower.

Source: William Lee
Submitted on Saturday the 17th of July 2004
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