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FLAT 1, Mount Olympia -- Juno, the emotionally fragile Goddess of marriages, is allegedly throwing cutlery and slamming doors, after hearing her name given to Superstorm Juno striking the eastern United States.

Just as the fallout is settling from Pastor Isidorio’s announcement that the Gay Pride Parade in São Paulo caused droughts, incestuous activity is being blamed for the record American snowfalls. Full story»

Hibachi in Snow
NASHUA, New Hampshire -- The 35 million in the U.S. northeast are living in panic of news reports of historic snow. The press has to outdo its breathless coverage of last weekend's four inches, as the region now expects 24 inches.

The "mainstream media" reported the storm is "growing exponentially," which means that Monday's 1 inch and Tuesday's 10 will be followed by 100 on Wednesday, and so on until it causes the moon to make snow butterflies as it orbits the earth. Full story»

Greek Election
ATHENS, Greece -- Leftist leader Alexis Tsipras promised, after his Syriza party swept to victory, that Greece’s Archaic Period of antiquity "humiliation and suffering" imposed by oligarchs is over and a "Golden Dawn" had begun.

"By Zeus, today is one for the scrolls!” Tspiras proclaimed from the front of the Parthenon. Full story»

GLASGOW, England -- Junior technician Peter Woodlouse has managed to slow down light not just in water or glass but in free space — by playing The Endless River, Pink Floyd’s latest album, in a room full of weed smoke.

Mr. Woodlouse said he was “stoked” when a non-ionising photon stopped for a brief chat. Full story»

Obama bow
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- (Gnome-speakernotes listen) Obama will leave India early to detour to Saudi Arabia for the funeral of Abdullah — unless his scheduled golf game should require a tie-breaker round.

Scholars of Journalism listed many Historic Firsts Mr. Obama's trip will achieve, including being the first to praise Saudi Arabia as a moderating influence in Arabia, in remarks to be delivered at Blood Libel University. Full story»

State of union
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Barack Obama wrote his own State of the Union Address, taking inspiration from great speech writers, such as Toby Ziegler, Will Ferrell and Barack Obama.

The President honed his vocalization to emphasise his pseudo-passion, dispassionately. He went on to promote his own agenda, which is to launch a pop music career. Full story»

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