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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Ten Things of Fake and Fur


Vagina wig partner to the cock sock/Tomasz Frymorgen
  1. Vagina wigs, also known as merkins, are now officially fashionable.
  2. A plan by Norway’s government to phase out mink and fox farms by 2025 dismayed producers and delighted animal rights activists as a sign that fur is out of fashion even in a nation that was once the world's top producer of fox pelts.
  3. The Norwegian Catholic church was fined 1m kroner (about £115,000 or $142,000) for exaggerating the number of members it has to receive more state aid in 2016.
  4. The Philadelphia Catholic church said in 2016 that Catholics in Philadelphia who are divorced and civilly remarried will be welcome to accept Holy Communion - as long as they abstain from sex and live out their relationships like "brother and sister".
  5. Christian leaders in Jerusalem have taken the rare step of shutting the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in protest against a new Israeli tax policy and a proposed property law.
  6. Police in England have warned people not to donate to a fraudulent online fundraising account set up in the name of a six-year-old girl.
  7. Russian hackers attacked South Korean government computers during the Winter Olympics, but made it look like the attack was carried out by the North, US intelligence agencies believe, while North Korea is willing to hold talks with the US, South Korea says.
  8. Much of the news in the UK this week has been driven by allegations by a former Czechoslovak spy that the opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was a paid informer for the country's communist era secret police, the StB.
  9. Michael Wolff, the author of the controversial book about the Trump administration, has called former prime minister and Labour leader Tony Blair a "complete liar" for denying he was trying to get a job with the White House.
  10. Baseball became huge in America, but it has its roots in England.

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