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Green eggs and pork.

Last year Congress approved $550,000 for a museum about Dr. Seuss.

Polls are Rising

Romania's National Liberal Party is hoping to attract more youthful voters by giving away free condoms imprinted with the party's slogan: "Strong as iron, as

quick as an arrow."

Working Stiff.

Bosses of a publishing firm are tyring to discover why one of their employees sat dead at his desk for five days before anyone noticed.

He couldn't find a virgin to sacrifice.

Both times before being sworn into the Senate, John Ashcroft anointed himself with Crisco oil.

The post-administration job hunt begins.

A U.N. commercial features former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright lip-syncing a Motown classic while dancing in a grocery store.

Looking for a few bad men.

The Metropolitan Police of London recently expanded their recruiting efforts by allowing people with criminal records to apply.
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