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House Haunted By Tortured Souls Of Current Residents

HARTFORD, MI—On the outside it may look like any other home, but within the walls of 6535 Maple Ave. lies a terrifying secret: Every night, when the sun goes down and the moon comes out, this suburban bungalow is haunted by the restless, tormented souls of its residents, the Davidson family.
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States Struggle To Fill Budget Gaps

As the economy continues to falter, states are finding it difficult to remain solvent.

Here are some of the new taxes being proposed to keep states afloat:

  • Florida: $5 for every swearword uttered during arrest
  • Mississippi: $1 fee to spell its name out loud in a singsongy manner
  • West Virginia: $50 kin-kissin' fee
  • Vermont: Charging $1 per autumn-colored leaf viewed by nonresidents
  • Massachusetts: Ted Kennedy memorial income tax increase of 4 percent
  • New Hampshire: 1 percent "this is not a tax" reverse-subsidy on items sold
  • Iowa: $9 corn-proximity fee
  • Wisconsin: 10 percent increase in the beer tax, which is bullshit
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