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New York, NY – Cult fraudster Martin Shkreli thought he had made it: a light 7-year sentence for a multi-million scam involving the usual hedge fund and a bunch of MBAs. Judge Kiyo Matsumoto reportedly “struggled” to decide upon the sentence, as the prosecution had asked for 15 years and Mr. Shkreli sent her heartbreaking letters where he was claiming how sorry he was. In one of the most delicate passages, Mr. Shkreli claimed that “he’ll be good if the judge was good with him”. Arguments like this eventually...Continue reading »

Pyongyang, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea – In 2018 the business of foreign documentaries is set to become North Korea’s second largest industry after nuclear weapons. The entirely foreseeable announcement has been given by the country’s leader Kim Jong-Un in a press conference at the newly built “Conference Center for Foreign Documentarists” in Pyongyang, the country capital. “Every year we received more and more filmmakers that pretended to be naive tourists wanting to explore the beauties...Continue reading »

Orlando, FL – A silent killer may be hiding in your constantly barking little dog: the frantic behavior of Jack Russells may be responsible for a significant increase in heart attacks in owners. “These dogs are just never quiet” says Dr. Samuel Stock of the University of Colorado, Pinterton. “Owners are driven into chosing this breed by believing they just show affection and enthusiasm for life, but they are actually suffering from a canine version of ADHD. Owners can never relax.” Dr. Stock led a 25-year study...Continue reading »

San Fernando, CA – A new movement is spreading from Fernando Valley, CA, the adult industry capital of the world. Represented by the hastag “#MeNot”, more and more adult performers are protesting against the increased respect for actresses in explicit sex films. “This is not what I was dreaming of when my step-father was mistreating me as a teenager”, claims Fiona Bunny, a rising star in the industry. “When I came here in San Fernando at the age of 18 I immediately started looking for opportunities to me...Continue reading »

El Paso, Texas – “It’s a no-brainer: why should football players undergo a painful slow decay, losing cognitive faculties day after day, instead of having the tooth pulled for once and for all?” rethorically asked Jeff Miller, the NFL’s executive vice president of health and safety. In a game that’s fundamentally based on big head hits, “exploding helmets would not only prove a more human solution against CTE. The show would benefit too”, continued Miller. As the plan is well into its experimental...Continue reading »


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