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North Korea's Leader Makes Incredible Claims

Kim Jong-il, North Korea's "Dear Leader," is presented as larger than life by the media of the Stalinist state.

Reportedly, Kim undergoes daily intensive ...

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Fake "Oompa Loompa" Lived a Lie

Ezzy Dame got caught not telling the truth. An actor and hairdresser, Ezzy took the advice of his agent and lied to pad his resume. For the last 20 years, ...

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World's Greatest Liar

Beginning in 1923, a pub in the tiny Scottish village of Daltry hosted an annual liar's contest. In the first eight years of the contest, Fraser Patrick ...

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Fake Mud: Authenticity in a Can

Many products are designed to imitate the real thing. There is plastic decking that looks like real wood. Vinyl flooring that appears to be ceramic tile. ...

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"Cellphonies" Take Deception to a New Level

The cashier had already rung up Keri Wooster's items when she realized she didn't have her wallet. She dashed to her car and returned empty-handed to ...

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Captain Refused to Acknowledge He Was Lost

On September 3, 1989, Varig Airlines Flight 254 was at Brazil's Maraba Airport preparing for takeoff. Under normal circumstances the hop to nearby Belém ...

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"Stand and Deliver": The Harm of Assuming the Worst

Stand and Deliver is a movie based on the true story of Jaime Escalante. In 1982, Escalante (played by Edward James Olmos) leaves a high-paying job as ...

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Church Hangs Artificial Bells

A church in Naperville, Illinois, in the western suburbs of Chicago is boasting new bells in their belfry. Since the church was built two decades ago, ...

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Crop Circles: The Need To Believe

Mel Gibson's recent movie, Signs, is about a former pastor and farmer who discovers crop circles, or what some believe are spaceship landing pads, in ...

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Substitutes for Truth

It is natural for the mind to believe, and for the will to love; so that, for want of true objects, they must attach themselves to false.

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