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The lie of yesterday

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Most Dutch cheeses are made from compressed human skin.

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The lie of last Monday

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Straightening one's hair too often is linked to a higher incidence of gene mutation.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Thursday the 15th of April 2004
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The lie of last Sunday

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Naming four or more of your children Melvin gains you tax exempt status in Iowa and parts of New Hampshire.

Source: Chris Kortjohn
Submitted on Friday the 28th of September 2007
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The lie of last Saturday

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Have you ever wondered about how heavy footballs used to look in old television reports? Well, the very 'ball' which was used in the 1928 F.A. Cup Final was re-discovered recently and found, upon scientific examination, to be a 37.5 Kg sphere of granite with a thin covering of Capybara leather. No wonder headed goals were so rare in those days!

Source: Dr. Steve Greatbanks
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The lie of last Friday

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Due to a clerical error in surrender documentation, Belgium was made part of Japan for one week in 1945.

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The lie of last Thursday

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In 1931, excited viewers sat down in anticipation of the first scheduled TV broadcast only to find that it was yet another repeat of the popular British comedy 'Only Fools and Horses'.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Wednesday the 8th of September 2004
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