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A Congratulations Is In Order: Kim Jong-un Is MARRIED!

November 13, 2017 11:59 amComments Off on A Congratulations Is In Order: Kim Jong-un Is MARRIED!
A Congratulations Is In Order: Kim Jong-un Is MARRIED!

Can you hear the church bells ring and the children jubilantly chant? Well that’s because authoritarian ruler of North Korea Kim Jong-un is MARRIED, baby! It’s speculated that the marriage ceremony took place in 2009, but we just found out right now! This is long overdue, but congratulations on the […]

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Report: This Article Mentioning Star Wars: The Force Awakens Contains No Substance

January 4, 2016 12:00 pmComments Off on Report: This Article Mentioning Star Wars: The Force Awakens Contains No Substance
Report: This Article Mentioning Star Wars: The Force Awakens Contains No Substance

STANFORD, CA – In an attempt to capitalize on the SEO-rich Star Wars brand, this article was written in the span of fifteen minutes and hastily slapped onto the front of this week’s issue of The Stanford Flipside. Reports indicate that this article will go on to mention several characters […]

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US Government Terminates War On Drugs

January 26, 2015 12:00 pmComments Off on US Government Terminates War On Drugs
US Government Terminates War On Drugs

“Honestly, I’m not really sure why we ever thought this was a good idea,” said Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel. “We really should have sobered up first. Afghanistan is a tricky situation that we really need to start taking much more seriously.” Chuck has a great point, but this certainly […]

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World Shocked To Discover “Wikileaks” Divulges Classified Information

July 25, 2010 11:06 pmComments Off on World Shocked To Discover “Wikileaks” Divulges Classified Information
World Shocked To Discover “Wikileaks” Divulges Classified Information
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I Am A Killing Machine

March 1, 2009 7:44 pm0 comments
I Am A Killing Machine

By Jonathon Farrell ‘11 Oh brothers, how war has made us weary. These grueling days seem like months to me now as I look back upon a different time—a time when we could wake up late, in our own beds, and bike to class a comfortable five minutes late without […]

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