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Britain’s military makes war fun again!

The RMS Boaty McBoatface heads for the Arctic to attempt some serious research.

The RMS Boaty McBoatface heads for the Arctic to attempt some serious research.

When the British public was asked to name the country’s newest high-tech arctic research ship, presumably with an historic or impressive name, someone suggested “Boaty McBoatface.” Thanks to British sense of humor, that name won over thousands of others. Unfazed, the country’s military is aiming to use public participation to name its newest weapons, and people are happily responding. The leading name for Britain’s latest attack fighter jet is “Shooty-Shooty-Bang-Bang.” The newest aircraft carrier is to be named “HMS Winky Dink.” And the leading name for the country’s new battle tank is the “Captain Crunch.”

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Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016 Uncategorized No Comments

King Richard III was killed by a steamroller!

The flattened condition of England's King Richard II has finally been explained, archeologists say.

The flattened condition of England’s King Richard II has finally been explained, archeologists say.

The mystery of why England’s famous King Richard III was buried under a parking lot in Leicester has been solved, archeologists at the University of Leicester say. “After examining every aspect of the King – how he was positioned, the condition of the surrounding area – we have determined that he was killed in an accident during the building of the parking lot,” said the head of the university’s archeology department. “As the 500-year-old parking lot was being constructed, the King was knocked down by a bulldozer and run over by the world’s first steamroller, burying him under the asphalt. Other flattened skeletons were found nearby, suggesting that the steamroller took a long time to stop.”

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Sunday, May 18th, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

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