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Citadel professor involved in plot to destroy the moon

Charleston – Continuing a Citadel tradition of hotheaded gun-jumping, a professor in the military college’s physics department, John Richardson, assisted in bombarding the Earth’s moon with a giant shell disguised as a research satellite.

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Posted in Education, Life

Woo-girl riot ensues at reception after cover band refuses song request

Mt. Pleasant – Police were called to a Mt. Pleasant clubhouse last Sunday night after festivities turned violent. According to police reports, a riot ensued when the cover band hired to play at a wedding refused to play “Sweet Home Alabama” for the fourth time.

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Charleston Mayor announces plans to annex part of Georgia

In a shrewd land-grabbing move that will likely be studied in political science classes for years, Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley announced plans to annex a large portion of Northern Georgia, including Savannah.

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Posted in Features, Politics

Huggies announces sponsorship of carriage horses

In a move that analysts predict will open the floodgates for advertising in the historical district, Huggies announced plans to be the official supplier of diapers for the horses and mules that pull the iconic tour carriages seen all over downtown Charleston. Huggies CEO Frederick Alston called the sponsorship a no-brainer.

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