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Santa Makes A Wishlist For Washington

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Recently things haven’t been so jolly for Santa Claus.  The recession has taken a toll on his business.  And Congress isn’t helping.  So Santa turns the tables and makes his own wish list…for Washington.


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Rudolf Gets Blitzen on Magic Mushrooms

SANTA'S reindeer will be flying higher than ever this Christmas - after munching magic mushrooms.
Scientists have found that the animals regularly eat the mind-bending fly agaric fungi in the wild.

And Rudolph, Donner, Blitzen and pals are often seen staggering around, making odd noises afterwards.

Scientist Andrew Haynes believes reindeer deliberately seek out the mushrooms to escape the monotony of dreary long winters.

Writing in the respected Pharmaceutical Journal, Mr Haynes said: "They have a desire to experience altered states of consciousness.

Dec 28, 2010 at 12:17 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
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Obama to Delay 2012 Budget by About a Week: Official

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MOSCOW—A Moscow court said tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky was guilty of embezzling and laundering tens of billions of dollars from OAO Yukos, the oil giant he once controlled, in a politically freighted case that is being watched as an indicator of the Kremlin's commitment to strengthening the rule of law.

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