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Something for the Weekend, Sir? Your stupid minds! Stupid! Stupid!
Stick it on the steering wheel and wait for the airbag to fire
Folio Society crowns fittest of surviving volumes
Crap-spouting London upstarts to get permanent road closure
I feel bad for you, son
* Or maybe not. It is just a trademark filing, after all
UAVs can take down water-spaffing 'copters, so firies want them to butt out
Contents may still have been cheaper than actual toner
CoTW Man up – everyone loves a good erection-pulling moment
Downrange Now, about that random spot check campaign...
QuOTW Fear, loathing and rudeness in an iStore
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Good news at last for sweaty bastards
¡Bong! Bongotopia in INFOGRAPHIC form
SFW-ish Way to lower the tone: Low-flown drone shown prone bone
Package 'ticking', says Koran
And this is why smartglass sector IS A FLOP... for now
2014's Dance your PhD prize goes to Georgia U biologist on flying trapeze
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'I have benefited from the sacrifice of others'
And, um, don't sleep with other men. If that's what worries you
They're insured for $1m, before you thirsty folks make plans
OMG! Gravity's totes amazeballs. Calm down, George Clooney, not your film
'I invest only to monitor the threat'
Oh. 'Together with exercise and diet'. Boo
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Her Maj opens 'Information Age' at the Science Museum
And hipsters are finally defined as self-loathing. Sort of
Alpine chamois being squashed by global warming
Don't worry Wilson, I'll do all the paddling. You just hang on
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