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north korea satire
Kim Jong-un Considers Extending North Korea’s Bedtime Until 8:30pm
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un says he’ll have a think about changing the nation’s lights out time, after it
japan whale
Japan’s Scientific Research Program Still Yet To Uncover Why Whales Die When Speared With A Giant Harpoon
After decades of research, Japanese scientists are no closer to discovering why whales suddenly die when tracked down, surrounded and
Kim Jong Un satire
North Korean Basketball Team Won Next Wednesday’s Exhibition Game Against US, Local Report Reveals
An exhibition basketball game in North Korea next Wednesday, between a Dennis Rodman-led team of former NBA players and a
kuta beach indonesia
Indonesia To Shut Down Bali
Bali will be packed up and put away in a very high, hard to find cupboard, until Australia can learn
Slumber party
China Uncertain Who To Invite To Sleepover, Now That Australia Is Best Friends With Japan
The news that Australia is now best friends with Japan has thrown a spanner in the works for China’s slumber
China satire
Fake ASIO Buildings “Popping Up All Over Shanghai”
Claims aired on the ABC’s Four Corners program on Monday that China has nicked the plans for the new ASIO building, seem to
satire America
USA Delays Intercontinental Missile Test, Due To Fears It May Have Been Misinterpreted As An Intercontinental Missile Test
The United States military has put its planned testing of an intercontinental ballistic missile on hold due to concerns North
Kim Jong-Un satire
Kim Jong-Un Facing Tough Choice Between Nuclear War And Jam Doughnut
North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong-Un was today weighing up whether to start a nuclear war with arch enemy the
John Howard political satire
John Howard says claims that Asia is our closest neighbour are exaggerated
Former Prime Minister John Howard believes the attention given to Asia in a recent White Paper is misguided, saying that
Japanese whaling
Finally, Japanese Scientists Work Out How To Turn Whales Into Mobile Phones
The work has been back-breaking, unrelenting and at times under-appreciated, but when a group of Japanese scientists finally had a