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The lie of yesterday

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Lime Jell-O, when cooled to near absolute zero, is a super-conductor.

Source: Conrad Heiney, [email protected]
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The lie of last Monday

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Peanut butter is 53% peanut and 47% homogenised owl and moose droppings.

Source: Nick Pratt [email protected]
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The lie of last Sunday

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The Spice Girls' long awaited critical biography of Jane Austen has been delayed due to arguments about the number of naked man that should appear on the cover.

Source: Richard [email protected]
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The lie of last Saturday

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Communism would have worked if it hadn't been for those pesky kids.

Source: Pat Foy
Submitted on Thursday the 30th of July 2009
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The lie of last Friday

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If you butter both sides of a piece of bread and drop it, it will actually float in mid air.

Source: The Number 8
Submitted on Wednesday the 4th of October 2006
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The lie of last Thursday

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Adding yet another embarrassment to the presidency, investigators were surprised to find the fugitive Osama Bin Laden next to Prime Minister Tony Blair in the 'top eight' friends list of George W. Bush's myspace home page.

Source: D. Monica O'Leary
Submitted on Sunday the 10th of December 2006
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