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San Diego's dead beached whale was towed offshore last night, with the help of billionaire Richard Branson. Branson's Virgin Oceanic fund agreed to fork over the readies for the project in exchange for the corpse of the whale, which it plans to study. Rather than taking the body off to a landfill, as originally planned, the …

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TRT
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Siri?

Remind me to book a trip on the HMS Rubberneck.

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When reading the sub-title, I honestly thought

that it was talking about Northern Rock.

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TRT
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Coffee/keyboard

I done a LOL.

@angryboffin. You owe me a keyboard.

Made me wonder if NR would be rebranded as The National Bank of Whales?

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Virgin Media

Can he take the whole of Virgin Media with him and perhaps lose it in the Deep Blue yonder?

The sooner they get sunk the better.

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Happy

You deserve more praise for a blueyonder reference :)

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Struck *with* a ship?

Forget the whale, I'm more worried about the creature lurking in the ocean that uses a ship as a club.

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Struck *with* a ship? That's easy...

Somebody forgot the virgin. Suitable ones for cladding scantily can be far hard to come by these days: http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news-in-pictures/news-briefly/news-graphic-201111094520/

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OK I only read the title

But when did Prescott cop it?

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This as macabe as it may sound, it good for Marine Biology. Kudos to Branson again for using that mind of his. Im sure he is making a quick buck from this endevor.

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Struck *with* a ship?

FFS!!!

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Its good to take part in the more researches if you have enough money which is good for every one.

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In other news, man bitten with dog!

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