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Report: Saxophone Still An Okay Vehicle For Self-Expression

While declaring that the musical instrument was by no means ideally suited to the task, a report released by the National Endowment for the Arts Thursday concluded that the saxophone nevertheless remains a fairly decent vehicle for expressing one’s ...

Overeager Simpleton Destroys That Which He Loves Most

WICHITA, KS—Agonizingly unaware of his own strength and the devastation it might inflict on the innocent, overeager simpleton Rob McCormick tore apart a bag of potato chips Thursday, despite the fact that it was reportedly what he loved most in all the world.

Raccoon Family Tired Of Taking Care Of Rabid Father

MONTGOMERY, WV—Acknowledging that he has become a real burden on their foraging and nesting activities, a local raccoon family told reporters Tuesday that they are starting to get tired of taking care of their rabid father.
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Area Man Mystified By Layout Of Adjacent Town’s Kroger

BELLEVUE, KY—Eyeing the shelves of products with visible puzzlement as he tentatively wandered up and down the grocery store’s aisles, Woodlawn resident Patrick Gatling admitted to being deeply mystified Thursday by the layout of the Kroger in the adjacent town of Bellevue. “I’m used to having the produce on the left side of the store, but when I walked in there was a whole bakery section right there, and the deli should be right after that but it’s all dairy products here,” said a perplexed Gatling, regularly glancing up at the signs hanging above each aisle as he continued a search for peanut butter that had exceeded eight minutes. “The Skippy should be right by the salad dressings in the third aisle, but they’ve got those next to all the pasta sauces. And why the hell is there a whole aisle for international foods?” After finding his desired items, sources reported that Gatling could be seen craning his neck around to locate the supermarket’s express checkout lanes before stopping to marvel at a tremendous stack of Coca-Cola 12-packs that he said was “unlike anything [he’d] ever seen before.”

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