Oddsprockets Weekly News
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Oddsprockets Weekly Herald report finds American food not fit for human consumption and urges Americans to export British food to the Middle East instead of democracy ... read more »
Mr. Robin Banks from London accused the government of deliberately putting the country's self-employed bank robbers onto the unemployment register as Boris introduced a compulsory mask policy ... read full article »
Mr. Banks said, "I’m just trying to level up and spread the wealth around and not be a burden on the British taxpayer."
Meet the Weekly News Team
Muck joined us after failing the army SAS selection test in 2015 and holds an honours degree in the Blindingly Obvious from the University of Life
Employed as a Herald news correpondent and happily married to a tree, Kate coined the now famous quote, "F**k the virus we’re all meant to die of global warming."
US news desk editor
US news desk Charity's expertise includes a certificate in constructing a FaceBook page from the Croydon Local Community College in 2017.
Dr. Kris P. Bacon
In 2020, Dr. Kris P. Bacon first discovered paracetamol and hot lemon drinks proved more effective in curing flu than curve flatteners, lockdowns and tier restrictions.
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A British boxing referee was forced to stop a heavy weight boxing match in the first few seconds of round one as the boxers refused to obey the two meter social distancing rule.
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