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The Internet isn't a news source, but unfortunately many people view it that way. We rely too much on search engines and web sites feeding us information without verifying facts. Just because it is written on a web site doesn't mean the information is truthful or or even close to accurate. Heck, there have been cases of respected news sources who have been duped into publishing false information; and trusted columnists who have purposely mislead readers with fabricated facts. In the words of Benjamin Franklin: "Believe none of what we hear and only half of what we see". That's a good start.

Now that I got that out of the way, lets have some fun! Here is a collection of false facts that you are welcome to spread like wildfire. Amaze your friends with your new found bogus knowledge. See how gullible your friends and family really are. Spread our fibs until everyone you know is a blabbering idiot!

Consider this...

Headline: Suicidal twin kills sister by mistake!

Amusing or Irrelevant Facts...

Jupiter is bigger than all the other planets combined.

Quotes and Truisms...

In this state, dig it, you get twenty years for sale of dope to a minor. You only get five to ten for manslaughter. So like, the thing is, if you're selling to a kid and cops come, shoot the kid real quick! -- Abbie Hoffman