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Babylonian Farmers Struggle to Recover from Ishtar’s Wrath

Ur — Barely farmers are off to a rocky start in Q2 of the third year of Hammurabi’s reign as the dependable cereal crop failed to reach levels expected before the Queen of Heaven devastated all agriculture in the region. At the time the Tigris and Euphrates rivers normally flood the plains and mark the beginning of the harvest season, scythes lie unused as locals attempt to appease Ishtar and save this year’s crop.… Read more

Bureau of Printing and Engraving Not Expected to Meet Demand for Thirty Trillion Nickels

PHILADELPHIA -- "We thought the order was strange, too," admitted Jonathan D. Prunehopf, acting director in charge of the government agency responsible for printing United States currency, "but [Treasury Secretary] Mnuchin said he specifically wanted the entire $1.5 trillion stimulus plan to be paid in nickels. So here we are"

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