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Fake News Headlines
It's Monday, time for some fun with Fake News Headlines...
From the FNH wires...
China to Import Chinese Products From The United States- Beijing. The People's Republic of China announced to today it has reached a deal with the United States to begin importing Chinese goods in 2012. With an abundance of Chinese goods in the US, China secured the low tariff deal with with its largest export market allowing goods to be imported as well.
Lethal Weapon 5 to begin filming- A 5th Lethal Weapon movie will begin shooting as Mel Gibson and Danny Glover have signed on to the project. Tentatively titled "Where are we?" the film will follow the detectives as they try to remember just what they are doing. Getting lost and forgetting medication, the aging pair will try to catch the bad guys and remember their doctor's appointments.
Two Tickets to Paradise Sold- Struggling to make ends meet in a down economy, aging rocker Eddie Money auctioned his two tickets on ebay last week. Simply titled "Paradise" the tickets were made famous by Money's hit single in the late seventies. The tickets were sold to an anonymous buyer for an undisclosed amount.
Netflix Sends Yet Another Letter to Customers - Netflix CEO Reed Hastings sent another letter out to customers Saturday night. This one, a mass email titled, Why don't you like me anymore? basically begged customers to stay with the company. Excerpts of the letter included Do you still like us? Check one. and Blockbuster sucks!. The email was sent at 11:58 pm Saturday night and was later retracted.
Wall Street Protesters Upset With Starbuck's Sunday Hours - Protesters attending the mass demonstration against corporate greed were upset to find Starbucks closed at 9am on Sunday. This is a travesty and an infringement on our rights as customers said Gary Condors, 54, an art major. The movement was forced to wait until 10 that morning before Starbucks opened there doors for business.