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Sun June 13, 2010
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(Cracked) Amusing The five greatest books with psychotic fan bases  (cracked.com) (260)
(WXYZ Detroit) Fail Next time you get your thirteen-year old son a tutor, you might want to check public records to make sure he's not a convicted pedophile. After all, it isn't the pedophile's responsibility to tell you about his past  (wxyz.com) (65)
(France24) Strange Chinese hackers launch "virtual jihad" against: A) US Defense Department networks; B) Indian cuisine websites; or C) South Korean boy band fans?  (observers.france24.com) (77)
(Seattle Times) Interesting Squatters in Seattle have taken over an 8,000-foot, $3.3 million mansion. "If you're going to squat, might as well do it in style"  (seattletimes.nwsource.com) (190)
(Nola.com) Sad With the oil spill threatening the region's shellfish, chefs in New Orleans are now cooking up chicken livers and Dover sole  (nola.com) (116)
(Boston Globe) Amusing Boston.com among media outlets to show photoshopped picture of Obama enjoying Beckham's pain. Somewhere Lukket is smiling (picture has since been switched out, original in thread)  (boston.com) (226)
(The Hollywood Reporter) Interesting "Karate Kid" delivers fatal crane kick to "The A-Team," earning $56 million over the weekend  (hollywoodreporter.com) (387)
(People Magazine) Ironic Van der Sloot fears for his life in prison. Missing violin was last seen leaving with three young men after a night of partying  (people.com) (245)
(SMH) Fail If you're pretending to be a cop and try to carjack someone, make sure their dog isn't about to eat your ass  (smh.com.au) (37)
(Yahoo) Cool Iceland legalizes gay marriage via fabulously unanimous vote  (news.yahoo.com) (146)
(NYPost) Amusing Newspaper hires actors dressed as a Jersey girl, a Bill Gates nerd, a square suburban dad, a guido, a cougar, and a geekette to see who can get into the most exclusive New York clubs. The answer might surprise you  (nypost.com) (219)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop this cubicle checker  (img-fotki.yandex.ru) (25)
(BBC) Amusing English vicar discovers that law from the middle ages was never repealed; calls all men in the village to archery practice  (news.bbc.co.uk) (153)
(Fox News) Florida Guards to attorney, "Wearing a bra? You can't see your client." Attorney goes to bathroom and takes off bra. Guards to attorney, "Not wearing a bra? Sorry, you can't see your client"  (foxnews.com) (202)
(CNN) Silly Did you know Cap'n Crunch's 'real' name is Horatio Magellan Crunch? It's not news, it's CNN  (cnn.com) (81)
(KRGV) Interesting Nearly 5,000 pounds of marijuana mixed with broccoli seized at Texas border. Agents ordered the noxious plant destroyed, while the pot was kept as evidence  (krgv.com) (66)
(AJC) Spiffy Young woman gives birth during airline flight. Baby doing fine, but mom hit with fees for extra carry-on  (ajc.com) (59)
(LA Times) Obvious LA Times: "Are college degrees still worth it?" College Professors: "Yes". Actual data used in article: "Not so fast there, college professors"  (latimes.com) (396)
(Yahoo) Dumbass What NOT to do when you order food at the Wendy's drive thru  (news.yahoo.com) (140)
(The Atlantic) Interesting Wanted: quality-control expert for an American company in China. Compensation: $1000 a week, hotel accommodations and meals. Job requirements: fair complexion and a suit  (theatlantic.com) (159)
(Daily Mail) Strange Man arrested over claims chef was tortured by broccoli. News leeked that he was also beet about the head  (dailymail.co.uk) (79)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop this phacepalm  (i803.photobucket.com) (31)
(Some Guy) Spiffy Couple gets married in a Home Depot. Plan to drill all night  (ocregister.com) (63)
(Daily Mail) Sad The End of Days are here: English vodka voted best in the world, beating out both Russia and Poland  (dailymail.co.uk) (195)
(Some Guy) Weird Man in Oregon gets drunk, goes into a storm drain, walks around for a few miles, ends up near a lady's garden and needs rescue. Never did find One Eyed Willie  (katu.com) (41)
(LA Times) Dumbass Going back to work not as fun as being on vacation, according to a study by the National Wasting Your Money Foundation  (latimes.com) (49)
(My Fox Memphis) Dumbass Grandmother arrested for growing pot. When officers went to her door to ask if she was aware of what kind of plants they were, she replied, "Yes, reefer. I planted it"  (myfoxmemphis.com) (208)
(Daily Record (UK)) Sick Of course, most dieticians would recommend more Whole-Grans  (dailyrecord.co.uk) (108)
(Lincoln Journal-Star) Followup The cost of attending the newest Big Ten school, the University of Nebraska, has just increased 6%. So, for those of you not playing football, those animal husbandry and corn growing classes are gonna be quite pricey  (journalstar.com) (112)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop this old man hanging around  (i803.photobucket.com) (39)

Sat June 12, 2010
(KATU) Sad Sometimes it's better just to let the kite go  (katu.com) (99)
(Albany Times Union) Silly The weekend's Fark-ready headline: "Halfmoon man charged with exposing himself"  (timesunion.com) (38)
(Fox News) Sick Well, bye  (foxnews.com) (214)
(KIIITV) Fail Smug BMW driver makes it to Starbucks in less than 26 minutes. Causes a Latté damage  (kiiitv.com) (97)
(SLTrib) Sad Oil spill now threatens the shores of.... Salt Lake City?  (sltrib.com) (54)
(Denver Post) Asinine Deputies award a medal to the rafting guide who jumped into the water and rescued a young rafter who fell from a boat. Just kidding. They arrested him for obstructing government operations. "He was told not to go in the water"  (denverpost.com) (310)
(Some Guy) Sappy A few kids from Oregon remind everyone what sportmanship means  (katu.com) (63)
(Herald-Leader) Interesting "This current brand of aggressive atheism is just another form of fundamentalism. These particular atheists are zealots on the subject of faith who see no shadings of gray, only black and white"  (kentucky.com) (1886)
(WLKY) Dumbass Tell me if you've heard this one before. Six-year-old kid walks into bar naked, orders a beer  (wlky.com) (60)
(My Fox Dallas) Fail If you're going to punch a hole in a wall to burglarize a department store make sure the hole is big enough so your rotund body doesn't get stuck  (myfoxdfw.com) (24)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop this blind faith  (bigpicture.ru) (39)
(Bloomberg) Scary North Korea threatens "all out military strike" on South Korea for propaganda campaign. May God have mercy on their Seouls  (preview.bloomberg.com) (206)
(Global Times) Interesting Convent garden found to contain an acre of marijuana plants. Holy smokes  (life.globaltimes.cn) (48)
(Yahoo) Interesting HHS Secretary Sebelius wants to get rid of childhood, at least that is what the headline says  (news.yahoo.com) (49)
(Fox News) Dumbass After we just spent $80 billion rescuing her from herself, Abby Sunderland vows to try again to become the youngest person lost at sea whilst attempting to circumnavigate the globe  (foxnews.com) (271)
(The New York Times) Cool Making a big comeback: 1940's-style bikinis. With helpful photographic comparison  (nytimes.com) (368)
(The Raw Story) Obvious Televangelist Pat Robertson to woman complaining that her husband flirts: "STFU and be less ugly"  (rawstory.com) (173)
(Financial Post) Interesting The world's biggest illicit industries: Drug trafficking? check. Counterfeiting? check. Oil smuggling? Oil smuggling???  (financialpost.com) (22)
(Some Guy) Dumbass Dude, what are you in prison for? Murder? That's cool. I'm here for... cutting... hair  (cfnews13.com) (57)
(Washington Post) Obvious College students prefer professors who are easy graders and don't expect a lot of them. Researchers having a hard time deciding what to tackle next: Men's thoughts on boobs, what dogs think of steak, or how drunk Drew was last night  (voices.washingtonpost.com) (102)
(London Times) Obvious Saudi Arabia gives Israel clear skies to attack Iranian nuclear sites. Ahmegettinouttahere   (timesonline.co.uk) (283)
(Boston Channel) Obvious Finding nobody to collect your toll does not excuse toll evasion. Finding a reporter to call state officials heartless morons, however, does work  (thebostonchannel.com) (74)
(Mother Nature Network) Scary Admiral Thad Allen: "the media will have uninhibited access" Apparently uninhibted access means revoking all flyover permits, forbidding photography on public beaches, blockades, and harassment of journalists  (mnn.com) (142)
(NPR) Cool No dude, Mars isn't sleeping; he's stoned  (npr.org) (55)
(CNN) Florida One of the perks of being a cruise planner is that you know when your clients will be out of town, which gives you plenty of time to check out their home. Bonus: A rare occurence of the word "burgle"  (cnn.com) (49)
(Charleston (WV) Gazette) Strange I can haz TWO cheesburgers?  (wvgazette.com) (80)
(WOOHOO) Followup Strip club does its part to help tornado victims by hosting "Lap Dances for Northwestern Ohio"  (toledoonthemove.com) (26)
(NW Florida Daily News) Florida Man throws freshly baked biscuit at woman, charged with buttery  (nwfdailynews.com) (45)
(Somewhere in Jakarta) Photoshop Photoshop this motorcycle monkey  (bigpicture.ru) (25)
(Some Guy) Caturday Five week old kitten hitches a ride in an engine block, gets lured out with bologna in time for Caturday (with video)  (wmur.com) (978)
(Some Guy) Stupid How do you make a hipster restaurant even more obnoxious? Get rid of all the menus and replace them with iPads. "This is not a gimmick. I really reckon this is going to set a precedent"  (theaustralian.com.au) (270)
(Telegraph) Interesting President Obama has become one of those annoying ex-smokers and is trying to get other world leaders to quit the habit  (telegraph.co.uk) (114)
(Yahoo) Sick Dude. That is NOT where ham comes from  (uk.news.yahoo.com) (161)
(MSNBC) Interesting FDA panel to review the ultimate birth control for procrastinators  (msnbc.msn.com) (72)
(CBS New York) Video They're called "snapping turtles." It says it in their name. SNAPPING. So, like, why would a TV reporter hold one up by his face?  (wcbstv.com) (111)
(St. Petersburg Times) Florida Ceiling Cat accused of trying to steal painkillers from a Florida pharmacy  (tampabay.com) (19)
(YouTube) Spiffy Jacques-Yves Cousteau would have been 100 years old today. Here is a compilation of some of his finest shots  (youtube.com) (58)
(Deadspin) Amusing Compilation video of Stanley Cup Final hero Patrick Kane getting completely hammered during the Blackhawks victory parade  (deadspin.com) (59)
(ESPN) Amusing The United States' biggest obstacle this World Cup: England? No. Injuries? No. Elephants? Yes indeed  (soccernet.espn.go.com) (62)
(Seattle Times) Scary Eight-year olds find vial of yellow liquid and slurp it down. Well, at least it wasn't urine  (seattletimes.nwsource.com) (71)
(SD 6 News) Dumbass If you're going to get high on drugs, don't go banging on the front door of a police station  (sandiego6.com) (6)
(Science Daily) Hero 97.5% of the adult population of Scotland are likely to be either cigarette smokers, heavy drinkers, physically inactive, overweight or have a poor diet. The remaining 2.5% are wasting their lives  (sciencedaily.com) (32)
(Cincinnati Enquirer) Dumbass Cop busted for showing his ding-dong at major department store. Come see the softer side of Sears  (news.cincinnati.com) (8)
(Fox News) Dumbass When does "black holes" sound like "black whores"? When the LA Chapter of the NAACP wants it to, that's when  (foxnews.com) (202)
(Abc.net.au) Asinine Darwin customs authorities would like to apologise to man jailed for three days after retesting the shampoo in his luggage and discovering it was not ecstacy but actually shampoo  (abc.net.au) (25)
(Chicago Tribune) Fail Father and son arrested after firing "a few celebratory rounds" from their handguns into the air after the Blackhawks' Stanley Cup Victory. Why yes, they had been drinking  (chicagobreakingnews.com) (15)
(Iowa City Press-Citizen) Sick Of all the things to say to a 74-year old man playing with himself in a mall bathroom, "Are you coming on to me?" is probably one of the worst  (press-citizen.com) (27)
(MyNorthwest dot com) Sad The CEO of the hated X10 camera has killed two teens drunk driving. Sad tag for the dead kids; a better tag for this guy would have been deadmeat  (mynorthwest.com) (74)
(CBC) Scary Behold, the 8th plague has once again hit Egypt. Oh, it's Australia, never mind then  (cbc.ca) (22)
(YouTube) Cool They had a great set at Bonnaroo today: Carolina Chocolate Drops perform Cornbread & Butterbeans, live at Knoxville's WDVX's Blue Plate Special. Drew probably doesn't like it, despite his redneck roots  (youtube.com) (37)
(SFGate) Interesting City of Oakland estimates comprehensive streetcar study will cost over $600,000, so college student completes study for $900  (sfgate.com) (70)
(Yahoo) Cool Fear not Drew, it's still ok to buy used condoms  (shopping.yahoo.com) (31)
(WWL) Dumbass A whole bunch of scientists: "The Gulf disaster is spewing out an Exxon Valdez every three days." Government hack in charge of response: "Well, that's kind of hard to nail down"  (wwl.com) (28)
(The Smoking Gun) Amusing Smile. You're on TSGs weekly mugshot roundup  (thesmokinggun.com) (85)
(Some Civilian) Dumbass Not news: Marine charged with DWI. News: After wrecking motorcycle. Fark: NAKED  (jdnews.com) (22)
(YouTube) Asinine The best of Cops might be the greatest video in the history of the internets  (manofest.com) (50)
(Some Guy) Dumbass Van der Sloot: "Well, I'm farked either way, so here's where Natalie's body is buried"  (vancouversun.com) (61)
(IMDB) Survey Has any movie changed your life or expanded your mind? Tell us about it. LGT movie that blew my mind  (imdb.com) (237)
(Some entrepreneur) Photoshop Theme: Revamp this classic gag business card for the 21st century  (giveupinternet.com) (18)
(Click On Detroit) Scary "Being attacked by a box-cutter is a heck of a lot better than being attacked by cox-butter"  (clickondetroit.com) (7)
(Some Guy) Interesting Google now checking website quality for more than two keywords -  (smallbusinesscomputing.com) (9)
(The New York Times) NewsFlash Unedited video of the Israeli raid of the flotilla has been posted. Filmmaker who smuggled footage out denies ship expected IDF to use violence, confirms nonlethal weapons used first  (thelede.blogs.nytimes.com) (262)
(The Consumerist) Asinine Subway "Sandwich Artist" fired for using her free daily sub to feed her neighbors who just lost their home in a fire  (consumerist.com) (86)
(Toronto Sun) Sad Newborn baby abandoned by mother and left on pub's doorstep named 'Jack'. I guess naming him 'Guinness' would have been too obvious  (torontosun.com) (7)
(NJ.com) Sad Although they call it Funny Car racing, it's not so funny when your chute doesn't open  (nj.com) (37)
(WSAZ) Dumbass "Love you maw maw, I'm famous" he yelled into the camera after performing wrestling moves on a 2 year old girl, breaking her leg  (wsaz.com) (46)
(The New York Times) Ironic Founder of catastrophe theory dies  (nytimes.com) (24)
(Stamford Advocate) Sick Drinking his own urine in a hospital bed may have been the low point that turned Gregory's life around, but he's going to prison for five years for DUI manslaughter just in case  (stamfordadvocate.com) (7)
(FARK) Amusing DREW, you are not AWESOME enough to mainpage this on an incredible FRIDAY nite - YEAH EXCEPT ITS SATURDAY IN KENTUCKY SO i have no idea what the point is there i lovfe you al man -Drew  (fark.com) (142)
(Wikipedia) Survey Other than anything sex-related, what are you passionate about?  (en.wikipedia.org) (118)
(Toronto Sun) Stupid A 'mystery woman' has put forth another claim to Gary Coleman's estate. Sadly, the estate consists of a savings account of $4.67, an autographed photo of Gordon Jump and a '73 Ford Pinto  T-Shirt  (torontosun.com) (31)
(Break) Video Maybe the backyard isn't the best place for a home made zipline. But the internet sure is the best place for the result  (break.com) (15)
(FARK) NewsFlash I just deleted EVERYTHING IN THE POLITICS QUEUE. WTF IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE IT'S FRIDAY OR APPARENTLY SATURDAY IN MY OWN TIMEZONE GET OUT AND ENJOY LIFE -DREW  (fark.com) (5273)

Fri June 11, 2010
(WFAA) Obvious PEOPLE OF DALLAS: BUY BOOZE  (wfaa.com) (52)
(CityRag) Amusing Why does every waterbed ever made look like it fell off the back of a redneck's truck on the way to a porno shoot?  (cityrag.com) (222)
(Engadget) Cool It took 15 years, but Waterworld is finally turning a profit  (engadget.com) (112)
(YourTango) Interesting Science trying to fix female orgasms, find Lochness Monster  (yourtango.com) (99)
(Washington Post) Interesting How BP's giant PR clusterfark is more damaging to the company than the oil spill itself  (washingtonpost.com) (82)
(Google) Photoshop Photoshop Theme: Create a new breakfast cereal for adults  (google.com) (59)
(Some Guy) Hero New York Times bans the word "tweet"  (theawl.com) (76)
(Courier Press) Misc Sims arrested for murdering stepson, presumably by building a pool with no ladder which stepson could not get out of  T-Shirt  (courierpress.com) (79)
(Some Guy) Sad Women under the 'complete control of her homeopath' earns her Darwin award  (badhomeopathy.co.uk) (95)
(The New York Times) Ironic Obama gets tough on leaks. No not that one  (nytimes.com) (50)
(Some Guy) Dumbass Crime Watch captain sends out email recommending people call 911 "any time you see Afro teens walking on our street"  (nbcdfw.com) (66)
(Hartford Courant) Obvious Here's the chance for Farkers to vote on the question: Is the Internet making us stupid?  (courant.com) (155)
(ABC News) Sad A whole bunch of people in Arkansas are not happy campers  (abcnews.go.com) (62)
(Some Guy) Scary 85% of kid's drinks and snacks come with extra vitamin Pb  (inhabitots.com) (63)
(Yahoo) Asinine Arizona decides to violate the Constitution, refuse to issue birth certificates to American-born children of illegal aliens  (news.yahoo.com) (½)
(Cinematical) Silly Ten movie characters who can stop the oil spill  (cinematical.com) (58)
(Aviation Herald) Scary 757 pilot somehow manages to take out nineteen edge lights on each side of the runway before continuing on hour-and-a-half flight. "The takeoff looked like a drunken horse departing"  (avherald.com) (61)
(NewsBusters) Amusing James Carville is a nutcase too vested in the New Orleans local spill problem to be objective. But damn he's funny  (newsbusters.org) (108)
(Discover) Cool Diving into and out of the sky: seriously cool photo of skydivers and the Space Shuttle  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (44)
(CBS Sacramento) Scary Woman and son charged with dumping body parts into the river. Her husband is missing, but he's probably just on vacation or something  (cbs13.com) (61)
(Mirror.co.uk) Misc Students welcome German visitors with a Nazi salute. Apparently, this is inappropriate  (mirror.co.uk) (198)
(Cracked) Cool Six global warming side effects that are awesome, such as keeping that inevitable ice age at bay  (cracked.com) (167)
(Newsweek) Scary The tough economy is forcing more and more people to go to back-alley, black market dentists  (newsweek.com) (104)
(AOL News) Strange Fark's weird news quiz: Horny nerd / trouser ferret edition (Bonus: easiest week yet)  (aolnews.com) (17)
(Yahoo) Obvious Lawyer who represented those harmed by the Exxon Valdez spill has some encouraging words for Gulf coast fishermen: ""If you were affected in Louisiana, to use a legal term, you are just f*cked"  (news.yahoo.com) (123)
(Washington Post) Sad Maryland police officer killed at Applebee's. It was an irate customer, not the Cajun Lime Tilapia  (voices.washingtonpost.com) (126)
(Fox News) Amusing Hallucinogenic drinks, including salamander brandy, in which "the neurotoxins cause extreme sexual arousal for pretty much anything handy-whether that's another person, a tree, kitchen appliance or a woodland creature"  (foxnews.com) (117)
(Independent) Obvious Rude Britania: Contrary to their stiff upper lip image, the British are more interested in jokes about a stiff you-know-what  (independent.co.uk) (52)
(Houston Chronicle) Sad After 45 years, Houston wonders what to do with the 8th wonder of the world  (chron.com) (115)
(Some Guy) Stupid "We're losing more of our freedoms every time you pass one of these silly things."Like the freedom not to die in a fire?  (times-news.com) (192)
(Kansas.com) Fail While you properly followed the instructions in bringing a gun to a gunfight, points will be deducted for subsequently tossing it to your opponent  (kansas.com) (27)
(The New York Times) Stupid Sure, let's spend millions of dollars to fix what isn't broken: Entrepreneur proposes replacing stop signs with a yield sign with "Take Turns" written above it  (wheels.blogs.nytimes.com) (120)
(London Times) Silly Dutch government to unemployed women: We'll pay for a makeover and a dating service so you can snag a husband and get off welfare  (timesonline.co.uk) (63)
(The Register) Followup SCO's business model of spending millions on lawyer fees on a hopeless case is about to bear fruit, as long as that fruit is a durian  (theregister.co.uk) (68)
(FARK) FarkParty Unaccustomed as I am to public drunkeness, I will simply say: Twin Cities Fark Party, Saturday, June 12th 7pm at The Terminal Bar in NE Minneapolis  (fark.com) (99)
(Washington Post) Sad It turns out Arlington National Cemetery is being managed more like a Burlington Coat Factory  (washingtonpost.com) (91)
(io9) Strange So...this is a picture of Batman pregnant with Superman's baby. There's not much more to say  (io9.com) (142)
(Canoe) Asinine Masked teen stalking in a park is found carrying knife, rope, duct tape, a padlock and chain, gloves, a dolphin vibrator, penis ring, lubricant and condoms. Defense lawyer: "He didn't do anything"  (ottawasun.com) (202)
(NW Florida Daily News) Florida Here's a headline you don't read every day: Man trapped by fallen water buffalo head  (nwfdailynews.com) (35)
(CNN) Asinine Forget the birds, the fish, the fisherman, the lives lost...the oil disaster is taking its toll on beach weddings. WON'T SOMEONE PLEASE THINK OF THE BEACH WEDDINGS??  (cnn.com) (76)
(Radio Australia) Spiffy Rare Australian rodent, thought wiped out by brushfires, is upgraded from "extinct" to "apparently fireproof"   (radioaustralianews.net.au) (60)
(Google) Photoshop Iron Photoshop ingredient: beer  (google.com) (23)
(Lee Majors) Cool Excellent collection of vintage lunch boxes. Who didn't want a Bionic Man lunch box?  (yeeeeee.com) (149)
(times live) Amusing Some headlines write themselves: "Cow seduces Indonesian man"  (timeslive.co.za) (102)
(WOKV) Florida Jacksonville residents saddened by their fair city only being runner-up in the "dumbest city in America" ranks  (wokv.com) (119)
(Some Farkistani) Cool It's Friday. You're stuck at work. Join your fellow farkers in Cybernations and blow up some imaginary people before you crack and blow up some real ones  (farkistan.org) (164)
(Washington Post) Sad North Korea is a place where bananas and tangerines are a luxury and watching lice leave the corpse of a starvation victim is light street entertainment  (washingtonpost.com) (175)
(Statesman) Strange Austin man described as "kind of like MacGyver" to have his three-level underground lair built with car strut wall supports and empty car battery cinder blocks infilled with concrete by City  (statesman.com) (145)
(The Morning Call) Sappy Dear Judge, thank you for sentencing me to life in prison. As a token of appreciation, you are now in my will. You will be given my radio, my TV, and my CORPSE  (mcall.com) (45)
(The Smoking Gun) Amusing TSGs Friday Photo Fun brings us yet another round of What's My Line. With some fine looking specimens. Contest ends at 6pm Eastern  (thesmokinggun.com) (45)
(ABC News) Misc ABC opens up nominations for "People's Platelist" where you nominate your favorite local chef. No Kansas City, you're not allowed to nominate Len Dawson (Sponsored link)  (abcnews.go.com) (45)
(NJ.com) Asinine Mother of the year candidate forgets where she left her son  (nj.com) (87)
(KHQ) Sad Tequila 2, Tukwila 0  (khq.com) (110)
(Some Johnson) Stupid Interview with man who fought off robber with a knife to his throat is replete with authentic frontier gibberish  (thepittsburghchannel.com) (66)
(Google) Sad Svntyn kld drng clshs n Kyrgyzstn  (google.com) (48)
(Some Jealous Cop) Cool Boy, 14, has half day off school, which he wisely uses to walk to principal's home and bang the principal's hot wife who also happens to be the mayor (w/pic hotness)  (dumbassdaily.com) (296)
(The Local (Germany)) Strange Never bring a bucket of water to a weed-whacker fight  (thelocal.de) (27)
(Some Guy) Hero Australia's "Queen of the bikini" turns ninety. With pic of her in a bikini  (couriermail.com.au) (350)
(Some Chicken Lover) Stupid The growingly widespread practice of urban farming with chickens has led to a new level of hell - hipster-approved "chicken cribs" that look like IKEA furniture  (coolhunting.com) (201)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Finish this masterpiece in the making  (pics.livejournal.com) (43)
(BBC) Followup 16-year old sailor fails in her attempt to become the youngest person lost at sea whilst attempting to circumnavigate the globe  (news.bbc.co.uk) (293)
(WBTV) Obvious Derailed tanker car spills rubbing alcohol near South Carolina town. Residents evacuated on fears the locals would try to drink it  (wbtv.com) (33)
(CBS New York) Scary NY's Gov. Paterson warns of anarchy, chaos if and when he shuts the state down next week. Talk about the blind leading the blind  (wcbstv.com) (76)
(Yahoo) Asinine Pope defends celibacy for priests at Vatican rally. You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means  (news.yahoo.com) (108)
(azfamily.com) Dumbass What's dumber than posting an ad on Craigslist saying you're willing to trade both your iPod and your weed for an iPad? Also posting a picture of your iPod and your weed  (azfamily.com) (87)
(Huffington Post) Sad Chuck Grassley wants to take our beer ingredients to clean the oil spill. Shiat just got real  (huffingtonpost.com) (85)

Thu June 10, 2010
(MSNBC) Followup During the interrogation with Peruvian police, van der Sloot admits knowing the location of Natalee Holloway's, Jimmy Hoffa's, Amelia Earhart's bodies  (msnbc.msn.com) (163)
(Gizmodo) Interesting Pilotless commercial airline flights. What could POSSIBLY go wrong?  (gizmodo.com) (130)
(Yahoo) Caption Pork industry tiring of "The Other White Meat" slogan. Come up with a new one (w/voting)  (news.yahoo.com) (337)
(WTOP) Obvious Clowns kill guy on bus, but 100 real clowns protest, saying those clowns weren't real clowns. Clowns  (wtop.com) (130)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop this rooftop photo session  (s3.amazonaws.com) (32)
(Lifehacker) Interesting Wearing pantyhose provides effective protection against jellyfish. Finally, the excuse you've been looking for  (lifehacker.com) (72)
(C|Net) Followup Google realizes Bing sucks  (news.cnet.com) (211)
(CNN) Unlikely US using bears to patrol Mexico border  (cnn.com) (112)
(AJC) Hero Georgia gubernatorial candidate would require all public K-12 schools to require proof of citizenship of students, hospitals would have to collect data on patients too  (blogs.ajc.com) (242)
(WGN) Fail Wrigley Field To Be Renamed Enron Field For Cubs and White Sox BP Crosstown Classic  (wgntv.com) (57)
(Some Guy) Hero Power and water shut off at the home of 102-year-old woman, sending her to the hospital. Queue the Jacksonville Association of Firefighters to pay her bill ( Hero tag beats Florida tag for once)  (news4jax.com) (110)
(Daily Mail) Asinine Dog leash longer than 2m? That'll be a £1,000 fine  (dailymail.co.uk) (93)
(UPI) Spiffy This week's congressional picnic featured genuine Chicago-style hot dogs from a restaurateur who knows how to make the overrated and overly-fussy meat salads on a bun  (upi.com) (208)
(The New York Times) Spiffy Sometimes it's really, really tough to be a well-to-do gay recovering alcoholic sharing a sober summer rental house on Fire Island  (nytimes.com) (71)
(Hartford Courant) Strange If your arm is caught under a furnace, just let it go, cause, man, it's gone  (courant.com) (61)
(Yahoo) Misc The United States ranks 85th (below Cuba and China) in violence according to the global peace index, but is still better than Iraq -- which the United States is keeping violent just to look good  (news.yahoo.com) (166)
(Bangor Daily News) Sick You know how you say if you work at Dunkin Donuts you'll start hating donuts? Apparently it doesn't apply with Daycare  (bangordailynews.com) (67)
(PennLive) Obvious "Don't put soda in that sippy cup," say researchers to dumbass parents who must have more thumbs than teeth  (pennlive.com) (152)
(CNBC) Hero Group of 51 German millionaires and billionaires volunteer to pay 10% "Rich Tax" on their income for 10 years to reduce national debt. Arbeit macht schuldenabbau?  (cnbc.com) (245)
(Washington Post) News One million gallons of oil a day have been spewing into the Gulf since May, 5-6 times the size of the Exxon Valdez  (washingtonpost.com) (271)
(St. Petersburg Times) Florida In what may be the stupidest corporate naming of an arena of all time, the concert venue at the Florida State Fairgrounds will now be known as the 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheater  (tampabay.com) (132)
(Philly) Amusing Philadelphia lawyer keeps getting beaten up in the courtroom  (philly.com) (63)
(The Consumerist) Asinine Old and busted: United Breaks Guitars. New hotness: Delta Breaks Bicycles. Bonus Delta PR quote: "We don't do refunds"  (consumerist.com) (150)
(Boston Globe) Interesting First they came for Helen Thomas and her outrageous statements. Who is next? Rush? Glenn Beck?  (boston.com) (314)
(Washington Post) Unlikely The SEC introduces new "circuit breaker" rules to prevent the US stock market from being shocked by another "flash crash"  (washingtonpost.com) (90)
(Breitbart.com) Fail Heroic Birthbagger-Patriot of the New Media, Victoria Jackson, admits she didn't vote until the 2002 election because "she didn't know how." Bonus: She claims she did it so she could "vote Clinton out of office"  (bighollywood.breitbart.com) (427)
(YouTube) Cool February 2010 - New Orleans Saints fans cry after Super Bowl win 40+ years in the making. June 2010 - Jeremy Roenick weeps on TV after the Blackhawks win a Cup 40+ years in the making - and then Mike Milbury has to act like a giant douche  (youtube.com) (144)
(ABC News) Scary 16-year-old girl attempting to be the youngest ever to circumnavigate the globe may end up setting a much more tragic record instead  (abcnews.go.com) (504)
(Yahoo) Obvious BP's "Look what a nice company we are" TV ad isn't running in the gulf states. A BP spokesman says this is because of the company's commitment to reduce the number of TVs destroyed by bricks and shotguns every year  (news.yahoo.com) (43)
(CNN) Interesting Executioner on Utah's firing squad says he's morally conflicted about his job. Just kidding. "I've shot squirrels I've felt worse about"  (cnn.com) (230)
(Cincinnati Enquirer) Interesting News: Hot sex in a cold walk-in cooler at a jail results in the employee being sentenced to 30 days in jail. Fark: The time is to be served in the same jail  (news.cincinnati.com) (22)
(Some Hippies) Ironic Woodstock police wage war on drugs  (brantfordexpositor.ca) (24)
(Discovery) Cool Pagan artifacts discovered in Israel. Druid aid flotilla expected to set sail from Ireland any day now  (news.discovery.com) (71)
(Miami Herald) Obvious Obama: EPA regulates greenhouse gases. Sen Murkowski: I disapprove. Obama: I veto your disapproval. Murkowski: I disapprove of your veto. Obama: You can't do that. Murkowski: Ah, sh*t  (miamiherald.com) (265)
(Boston Globe) Obvious Judge accepts "full responsibility" for driving drunk, which is code for dropped charges and a private reprimand from judges who didn't get caught  (boston.com) (19)
(My Fox DC) Amusing I'm not sure what's going on so here are two dozen YouTube videos of people dancing alone to the 1996 Ginuwine hit 'Pony'  (myfoxdc.com) (18)
(KOCO) Obvious Man struggling to understand why he was arrested after patrolling neighborhood wearing a dress and high heels while giving candy to children. Oh, and carrying an air pistol  (koco.com) (35)
(Canada.com) Amusing When asked in court if he was driving a stolen vehicle man says "I don't know if the owner [had] declared it stolen at that point." Law firms now competing to hire him  (edmontonjournal.com) (13)
(WRAL) Strange Why is Fox News always so full of attacks?  (wral.com) (46)
(Guardian.com) Interesting Columnist who just needs a real man to set her straight thinks that any male film critic who gave a bad review to Sex and the City 2 is a misogynist and should immediately apologize to Horseface, Flatchest, Leatherhide, and Saddlebags Magoo  (guardian.co.uk) (255)
(Some Guys) Photoshop Photoshop this roll down the runway  (starpicture.ru) (27)
(This is Devon) Amusing Producing enough breast milk to open your own dairy? Then why not sell it online?  (thisisdevon.co.uk) (50)
(Chicago Sun-Times) Followup New military heat for Illinois GOP Senate candidate Mark Kirk regarding 'concerns' over 'partisan activities' during deployment. Also, he was never a member of the Archie Fan Club and he sold zero copies of GRIT  (suntimes.com) (47)
(Cleveland) Dumbass When masturbating in your car at Target, please try to wear pants. Saying you were hot won't get you off. Also, leave your porn mags, panties, and "clear vessel that contained fluids" at home  (cleveland.com) (59)
(Yahoo) Sick Most major universities get multi-million dollar bonuses from credit card companies that increase the more students use their cards. Which might be why Financial Management 101 never seems to be in the course catalog  (news.yahoo.com) (49)
(AOL News) Sad AP reporter dives at Deepwater Horizon site and reports first-hand on what he sees, including "stringy snotballs of oil underwater". With video & 500 pictures  (aolnews.com) (45)
(WGAL 8) Obvious Pa. in no position to help cash-strapped state capitol. "The tooth fairy is not coming to bail Harrisburg out, neither is the cavalry," governor says  (wgal.com) (51)
(National Post) Asinine Elderly couple denied right to run simple bed and breakfast for heterosexuals  (nationalpost.com) (190)
(ABC News) Obvious Baby Boomers name the next generation of suckers who will pay for their health care and social security while being forced to fight in needless wars and come home to find all entry-level employment has been outsourced  (abcnews.go.com) (126)
(Des Moines Register) Silly The oil keeps spewing, the deficits keep rising, and our troops are in an endless war. But if you really want to get people in a small Iowa town riled up, just suggest painting over two water towers that read 'hot' and 'cold.'  (desmoinesregister.com) (31)
(WTRF) Amusing Today's police sketch fail brought to you by Steubenville, Ohio  (wtrf.com) (70)
(Radar Magazine) Unlikely Lindsay Lohan''s SCRAM bracelet was activated after someone spilled booze on it, says the celeb's mother Dina, whose grip on reality is more tenuous than her daughter's  (radaronline.com) (94)
(STV.tv) Dumbass Memo to Kelsey Grammer: Sometimes people tell lies on the internet  (news.stv.tv) (79)
(BBC) Cool It's only ONE DAY until the greatest football tournament IN THE WORLD. Hey, they're playing the Super Bowl in June now?  (news.bbc.co.uk) (224)
(WorldNetDaily) Obvious Hawaii Election Official-"There is no birth certificate. There isn't one. It's like an open secret. Everyone in the government there knows this"  (wnd.com) (464)
(Computerworld) Obvious The Apple iPad. Sure, it'll protect you from viruses and malware. Just don't threaten it directly, because, like hipsters, it's sort of nancy when it comes down to stuff like that  (computerworld.com) (38)
(Daily Mail) Asinine Prince Charles says to save the world, we must follow the "Islamic way:" Hey, Chuck? Didn't your great-great-great- great-great-great-great- grandfather rape and pillage in the Crusades? Good times  (dailymail.co.uk) (142)
(bookofodds.com) Sad Only 1 in 7 brides is a virgin on wedding night. Thanks, Charlie Sheen  (bookofodds.com) (187)
(Houston Chronicle) Asinine With the BP oil spill well in hand, New Orleans sheriff says illegal immigrants should not help with clean-up  (chron.com) (30)
(Google) Obvious Residents of the Gulf Coast surprised to find that BP isn't handing out big checks willy-nilly to anyone who wants one  (google.com) (77)
(Reuters) Spiffy New study suggests coffee may reduce risk of diabetes, urge to rip out co-worker's aorta  (reuters.com) (23)
(TMZ) Silly A bunch of midgets are mad that a bunch of other midgets are on television using the word midget. Network responds by saying only the midgets use the word midget. How big of them  (tmz.com) (119)
(Huffington Post) Dumbass In one of the most wasteful displays of tattoo ink ever witnessed, Chicago man displays his tribute to Rod Blagojevich  (huffingtonpost.com) (58)
(BBC) Asinine Top NATO commander says it's time to slow things down in Afghanistan. Awesome. We haven't been there long enough yet  (news.bbc.co.uk) (18)
(Some Guy) Dumbass Court surprisingly has a problem with defendant's t-shirt depicting an elderly man's genitals. More formal tuxedo t-shirt is okay, though  (highland-news.co.uk) (27)
(Hartford Courant) Fail During break in his ongoing larceny trial, man exits courthouse, steals GPS and attempts to sell it back to its owner, resulting in his 40th arrest  (courant.com) (20)
(Science Daily) Interesting Young men more vulnerable to relationship ups and downs than women, according to the Institute for Guys Who Had Their Hearts Torn From Their Chests By Soul-Crushing Succubi  T-Shirt  (sciencedaily.com) (464)
(St. Petersburg Times) Followup Deadbeats from NYT article upset to be called deadbeats  (tampabay.com) (47)
(Jerusalem Post) Obvious Russia fully supports UN sanctions against Iran. Well, except for these S-300 air-defense missiles that will be used to feed sick kids, or something  (jpost.com) (53)
(The Daily Record) Hero Eight-year-old boy rescues five-year-old boy from drowning using the time-honored SpongeBob technique  (dailyrecord.com) (58)
(Some Guy) Obvious Idiot interferes with accident assistance, gets tazed. Even stupider ACLU lawyer insists tazers are "subsitutes for gunblasts". Yeah, they probably should have just killed her, huh?  (www2.dailyprogress.com) (97)
(News.com.au) Weird I saw a turtle... taking pictures as it swam from Aruba to Florida  (news.com.au) (20)
(Daily Mail) Strange Two-car crash leaves woman with 24-hour memory that makes her think it's 1994 everyday, reportedly offered to greenlight articles on Fark.com  (dailymail.co.uk) (55)
(WEYI-NBC25) Silly Racoon invades morning show studio  (connectmidmichigan.com) (21)
(The Local (Sweden)) Amusing The five words that you'd never see if this story were from America: "police saw the funny side"  (thelocal.se) (19)
(Yahoo) Followup FBI agents say Mexican security forces pointed guns at them when they tried to investigate shooting of a teen by a US border patrol agent. If only there was some phrase to describe an impasse between two armed groups  (news.yahoo.com) (281)
(Yahoo) Interesting Scientists working for the military develop "smart underpants" that they say could someday save lives. However it's not clear how many combat casualties the military actually suffers every year from atomic wedgies  (news.yahoo.com) (34)
(YouTube) Amusing BP frantically tries to clean up...coffee. (some profanity)  (youtube.com) (26)
(Canada.com) Silly Couple wins $54,000 lawsuit after neighbours falsely claim that they are cool  (calgaryherald.com) (18)
(AZ) Asinine You can't be in Arizona illegally, but you can still be a polygamist. All charges dropped against Warren Jeffs  (azfamily.com) (137)
(Contact Music) Followup Ricky Martin will star in a new Broadway production of Evita. And you thought Madonna was a controversial choice  (contactmusic.com) (26)
(My Fox DC) Silly Today's unusual food item used to smuggle cocaine through the airport: string beans  (myfoxdc.com) (9)
(NYPost) Weird The Empire State Building owner has no problem lighting it to honor China, blue M&Ms, Mariah Carey and the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." But he draws the line at Mother Theresa's 100th birthday  (nypost.com) (110)
(Google) Asinine My God, Bing threw up on Google  (google.com) (407)
(Uproxx) Amusing TLC's Top 5 most disturbing series. "There's really no good excuse for why you should ever be watching Toddlers & Tiaras, unless you're listening to 'Goodbye Horses' and building a skin suit in your basement"  (uproxx.com) (191)
(MSNBC) Amusing Today's "13-year-old drops the C-bomb twice on national TV" video brought to you by the Today show  (today.msnbc.msn.com) (126)
(This is Devon) Stupid Burgling your house? No, I was looking for my albino ferret  (thisisdevon.co.uk) (7)
(KFAB) Dumbass Nebraska man dies from a reptile dysfunction  (kfab.com) (59)
(AOL News) Followup Porn machete murder suspect and subsequent suicide victim is now being fondly remembered as smelly and terrible at his job  (aolnews.com) (97)
(NPR) Sad It's like grenaaaaaaaaaaaade, on your wedding day  (npr.org) (54)
(Some Guy) Spiffy Citing his previous whale expertise, Canadian politicians and biologists call in Shatner for advice on how to save wild salmon  (vancouversun.com) (60)
(NW Florida Daily News) Florida Officials shut down a street and evacuate a neighborhood after discovering a five-gallon barrel of rancid mayonnaise in an abandoned home. "They told her to grab what you need and get out as quick as you can"  (nwfdailynews.com) (90)
(NW Florida Daily News) Florida Take Your Daughter to Work Day is not a good idea if you're a drug dealer. "Smith told officers she has been in a financial bind and has been selling crack cocaine to make extra money. She also said that she was pregnant again"  (nwfdailynews.com) (52)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop this stoppage of play  (animalpicture.ru) (43)
(Yahoo) Sick Man jails daughter in his home, fathers seven children with her, one of whom he also sexually abuses. Not a repeat from last year... no, seriously, it's not  (news.yahoo.com) (208)
(Some Guy) Ironic Couple discovers that "It's a Small World After All" is more than just an annoying earworm  (gadling.com) (97)
(3 News New Zealand) Spiffy Best. Student. Job. Ever  (3news.co.nz) (91)
(Telegraph) Cool Shoe found dating back 5,000 years. Its pristine condition suggests it probably spent most of the time stuffed in the back of a woman's closet  (telegraph.co.uk) (53)
(My Fox Dallas) Fail If you are being stopped by a security guard at a Home Depot for shoplifting, your best chance of escape is not to tussle with him and twist his testicles. W/pic that will make your testicles cringe  (myfoxdfw.com) (85)
(NW Florida Daily News) Florida Officials report ankle-deep, mousse-like oil on a beach in Florida. So now we know where Pat Riley is vacationing this summer  (nwfdailynews.com) (44)
(BBC) Interesting Scientist finds Happy was more creative, but Grumpy was a more attentive and careful thinker. Still no cure for dwarfism  (news.bbc.co.uk) (44)
(io9) Interesting Scientists try to prove that women manipulate men with noises during sex. Trying to record the low guttural sounds emanating from your mom is tough, even for scientists  (io9.com) (177)
(Farktography) Farktography Theme of Farktography Contest No. 266: "By the Numbers." Details and rules in first post. LGT next week's theme  (farktography.net) (162)

Wed June 09, 2010
(Minneapolis Star Tribune) Dumbass After four years, Army finally agrees to pay soldier for leg lost in Iraq. Soldier stumped as to why it took so long  T-Shirt  (startribune.com) (121)
(CBS News) Fail Four Christian lawyers who vowed to be God's "Judicial Ambassadors" lose the election. Help, we're being oppressed  (cbs8.com) (153)
(NPR) Dumbass No matter how desperate you get in your search for a husband, repeatedly calling 911 is not the answer  (npr.org) (30)
(AZCentral) Scary 94-year-old child molester caught "in a garage that did not belong to him with a running vacuum cleaner attached to his genital area." Proceeds to make pass at mugshot camera  (azfamily.com) (97)
(Flickr) Photoshop Photoshop this Ruckus  (flickr.com) (36)
(Biloxi Sun Herald) Dumbass If you're a cop, the last place you should keep your kiddie porn is on your police department laptop  (sunherald.com) (51)
(Guardian.com) Followup So the moral of this story is: if the FBI pays you $15,000 for mudering a girl in Aruba, don't spend it to murder a girl in Peru  (guardian.co.uk) (120)
(Telegraph) Interesting Dozens of genetic mutations linked to autism and Jenny McCarthy discovered  (telegraph.co.uk) (159)
(Daily Mail) Sick "Yes, I beat my girlfriend, threw her out into the street naked then tortured her - but it's because I'm trying to quit smoking." Judge - "Not guilty"  (dailymail.co.uk) (145)
(MSNBC) Scary With so many celebrities wanting to help with the oil spill, Samuel Jackson finally finds his particular niche  (msnbc.msn.com) (53)
(The Weather Network) Unlikely You heard it here first: 9.0 Earthquake Warning for West Coast  (theweathernetwork.com) (443)
(Denver Channel) Obvious Stowaway survives flying in the landing gear of a 747. Or, as airlines in the U.S. call it, an upgrade  (thedenverchannel.com) (47)
(Gawker) Interesting Actually, the iPad is quite bad at preventing leaks  (gawker.com) (175)
(ABC News) Interesting Jailed Italian man claims convicted killer Amanda Knox is innocent, accuses his own brother. What a twist  (abcnews.go.com) (69)
(MSNBC) Obvious Applications for mortgages hit 13 year low on news that people without jobs can't afford a mortgage. Wait, isn't that what got us in the mess to begin with?  (msnbc.msn.com) (90)
(NW Florida Daily News) Florida Drunk driver says he was distracted by alligator in his headlights. What a croc  (nwfdailynews.com) (17)
(SeattlePI) Obvious North Korea to the UN Security Council: Don't debate or even think about the South Korean ship sinking or you'll regret it because we're crazier than a rat in a coffee can  (seattlepi.com) (155)
(Eater) Strange At a US Denny's, you can enjoy overcooked eggs at 2 a.m. with your drunken friends. At a Japanese Denny's, you can enjoy "New Zealand Beef topped with foie gras and sliced truffles, served with a red wine demi-glace reduction"  (eater.com) (119)
(WESH Orlando) Amusing Dear USA, Please stop stealing our culture. Love, London. PS: Harry Potter is ours. Don't Touch  (wesh.com) (277)
(CBS Boston) Followup Student that was arrested and expelled from Harvard for falsifying his entire application has been accepted at Stanford for the upcoming school year  (wbztv.com) (48)
(Jerusalem Post) Amusing Israelis propose "reverse flotilla" to deliver large quantities of chutzpah to Kurds and Armenians in Turkey  (jpost.com) (172)
(Slashdot) Interesting Shorties at higher risk for heart problems, noogies  (slashdot.org) (39)
(The Consumerist) Ironic Taco Bell is trying to get the US Mint to bring back the $2 bill in order to help them promote their new combos  (consumerist.com) (212)
(Yahoo) Fail Delta is Changeling the way we think about sending our kids on vacation  (news.yahoo.com) (55)
(New York Daily News) Followup The "too hot to be a banker" woman is more artificially pumped up than the mid-2000s housing bubble  (nydailynews.com) (130)
(Minneapolis Star Tribune) Interesting Debt collectors exploiting legal loophole to jail debtors. Bonus: Bail conveniently set at alleged debt amount. Bonus bonus: Cases usually dropped after bail is posted  (startribune.com) (321)
(CTV) Interesting If you have a slight limp, are missing some fingers, have tickets to the G8/G20 summits, and bought 3500 pounds of Ammonium Nitrate, the RCMP would really, really, like to talk to you  (ctv.ca) (98)
(CBC) Unlikely Head of the WHO says the whole H1N1 pandemic panic was because of the potential death, carnage and human suffering, not because of her links to pharmaceutical companies. Honest  (cbc.ca) (83)
(AFP) Interesting Descartes letter returned, therefore no crime  (news.yahoo.com) (33)
(Fox News) Silly Who is to blame for the BP oil leak? Bill Clinton of course  (video.foxnews.com) (153)
(Des Moines Register) Interesting Wheelchair-bound man drinking in front of a bar gets in a fight with the bouncer, shoots at him, and then disappears. That's just how he rolls  (blogs.desmoinesregister.com) (44)
(AZCentral) Followup Fired talk-show host who who went on the airwaves to ridicule a mural depicting minority students at an Arizona school now blames the school and the artists for not fully educating him about the mural. "That might have helped clue me"  (azcentral.com) (283)
(YouTube) Cool ... if The Empire Strikes Back had been made in the '50s  (youtube.com) (91)
(Some Numbers Guy) Amusing A ladder to the moon made of LEGO would require about 1.1 quadrillion bricks, with the materials alone costing $51 trillion   (diaryofnumbers.blogspot.com) (91)
(bookofodds.com) Ironic 1 in 20 marriages take place in Vegas. No telling how many survive the trip home  (bookofodds.com) (126)
(ABC News) Cool England and US make friendly World Cup wager. We propose higher stakes: if you lose, you give up blood pudding forever. If the US loses, we shoot Lady Gaga into the sun  (blogs.abcnews.com) (301)
(SMH) Strange British government funds course to teach teenagers how to walk in high heels, to better prepare them for entering the "job" market  (smh.com.au) (125)
(Yahoo) Strange Frontrunner in next week's Belgian national elections is running on an unusual platform: namely, dissolving the nation altogether  (news.yahoo.com) (94)
(Some Swingin' Guy) Scary Britain's oldest swingers something something. You aren't clicking after the first three words, anyway  (swns.com) (99)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop this industrious North Korean student  (i287.photobucket.com) (41)
(AOL News) Strange Couple plans to live at the San Diego fair, surviving on nothing but dried dates, bottled water and the malk from two lactating camels, ensuring plenty of vitamin R  (aolnews.com) (69)
(ProJo.com) Sad Refugee families relocate to the US where God promptly makes them refugees again  (projo.com) (45)
(The Consumerist) PSA Finding the secret room in your new house isn't nearly as cool as you thought it would be as a kid  (consumerist.com) (230)
(ABC News) Followup Apparently no longer worried about the possibility of Hamas weaponizing high fructose corn syrup or trans-fats, Israel removes soda, juice, jam, spices, shaving cream, cookies and candy from its list of blockaded items  (abcnews.go.com) (204)
(News.com.au) Stupid Hot 18 year old Aussie girl seeking plastic surgery to make her feel young again, presumably at Dr P.D Bears clinic for the too old  (news.com.au) (305)
(Daily Mail) Weird Three year old girl survives car accident, turns into Lindsay Lohan  (dailymail.co.uk) (64)
(STV.tv) Hero Note to criminals: trying to separate a woman from her designer handbag is not as easy as you think  (news.stv.tv) (35)
(WDRB Fox 41) Silly In a brilliant money-saving tactic, Churchill Downs decides to cut all non-essential expenses -- including $7,400 hotel tabs for complete strangers who don't work at Churchill Downs  (fox41.com) (25)
(Boston Globe) Misc Responding to public outrage, Boston firemen agree to smaller pay increase in return for showing up to work sober  (boston.com) (96)
(KVOA4) Sick Fellas, if you actually managed to get rid of your wife for the weekend, don't just stay around the house with her anyways. Especially if she's dead  (kvoa.com) (44)
(The Register) Strange Everest has been conquered, the South Pole has been reached and the English channel has been swum, but nobody has yet succeeded in crossing Finland in a small Chinese digger  (theregister.co.uk) (43)
(Catford News Shopper) Weird Summer is upon us, and the annual war between killer crows and scantily-dressed pensioners rages once more  (newsshopper.co.uk) (28)
(Orlando Sentinel) Ironic Christian school fires teacher for conceiving before she got married  (orlandosentinel.com) (671)
(Abc.net.au) Obvious Water added to the list of things that cannot cure cancer  (abc.net.au) (66)
(Bloomberg) Scary Airlines introduce seatbelt-mounted airbags to keep us conscious during 16-G decelerations, so we can enjoy more of a crash than just the initial impact  (bloomberg.com) (48)
(AOL News) Unlikely Vast UFO cover-up described by credible unbiased nuclear physicist who is in no way trying to sell his new book about UFO conspiracies  (aolnews.com) (250)
(Deadspin) PSA If you want to win the weightlifting competition, it's best not to projectile vomit on the judge moments before passing out  (deadspin.com) (51)
(Some Guy) Amusing Cop interrupts you having sex? That's a taserin'  (thenewstribune.com) (163)
(Daily Mail) Weird Ah summer time, when the media whips up fear-inducing stories about the return of sharks, lawn mowers, Speedos, mosquitoes... wait, what? Speedos? (eyebleach warning: Rod Stewart, Simon LeBon)  (dailymail.co.uk) (204)
(Kick-Ass Infographic) Cool Cool infographic shows tons of factoids while descending from the top of Mt. Everest to the floor of the Mariana Trench. Wheeee  (ouramazingplanet.com) (184)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop these squareheads  (500px.com) (31)
(Independent) Obvious National Geographic's top geneticist claims that humanity's invention of agriculture was the worst idea ever, making Homo sapiens sedentary, fat, and mentally ill  (independent.co.uk) (424)
(Daily Mail) Obvious Study from the Romero Institute shows half of men exaggerate cold symptoms, but women are more likely to mention minor ailments on a daily basis  (dailymail.co.uk) (63)
(Some Guy) Scary Thanks to Arizona's illegal immigration law, doctors there could be arrested for treating an illegal immigrant  (ktar.com) (178)
(Daily Mail) Strange Dog's jaws lock together after eating mail sealed shut by envelope glue. Your dog wants mmmfffphhhhrmm  (dailymail.co.uk) (46)
(BBC) Sad 14 year old throws rocks at border guard. They respond proportionately and calmly. Just kidding, they shot him dead  (news.bbc.co.uk) (lots)

Tue June 08, 2010
(KRQE News) Hero You may now sleep it off in your vehicle without fear of arrest  (krqe.com) (222)
(Wall Street Journal) Photoshop Photoshop this sneaky nun  (s.wsj.net) (28)
(Wall Street Journal) Weird "I would like the firing squad, please." No word yet how the marksmen will miss his two giant brass balls  (blogs.wsj.com) (311)
(Salon) Cool Vital travel tip for Adultery Tourists: In Saudi Arabia it's legal if the woman breastfeeds you  (open.salon.com) (121)
(Salon) Cool Proving that educators recycle lesson plans to save time, a 4th grade teacher really reaches into the back of the filing cabinet and uncovers a worksheet dated in the year 1792  (salon.com) (59)
(The New York Times) Obvious Leak reveals that China's first astronaut returned drenched in blood. First thought: Mutant space leeches. Second thought: clean him up for a photo-op  (nytimes.com) (168)
(The Atlantic) Followup "The rig's on fire! I told you this was gonna happen!"  (theatlantic.com) (218)
(Chicago Tribune) Interesting According to author's new book, sometimes "f--- it, life sucks and I'm having a beer" really is the best way to go  (chicagotribune.com) (118)
(AP) Obvious The underwater Gulf oil plumes that did exist, then didn't exist, then still didn't exist, now exist  (wwl.com) (55)
(MSNBC) Followup Tacky gifts force evacuation of government building  (msnbc.msn.com) (33)
(US News) Stupid CNBC anchor on Obama's 'kick ass' remark: "OH WON'T SOMEONE PLEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN"  (usnews.com) (309)
(Mother Nature Network) Interesting Some do's and don'ts of how you can really help out with the Gulf oil spill. Do spread awareness on Facebook. Don't boycott BP gas stations  (mnn.com) (351)
(Yahoo) Interesting Galileo's middle finger goes in display in Italian museum. Curators oriented it so that it's facing the Vatican, for old time's sake  T-Shirt  (news.yahoo.com) (122)
(Contemporist) Photoshop Photoshop... umm... whatever the hell this girl is doing  (contemporist.com) (47)
(Cracked) Interesting Six companies that make money solving problems they made up  (cracked.com) (194)
(UPI) Unlikely Osama bin Laden is hiding in Iran according to intelligence sources, Dick Cheney's wet dream  (upi.com) (200)
(Drew) FarkBlog Flotilla paintball attacks, an idea so crazy that even Hamas and Hezbollah think it's nuts, and Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 5/30 - 6/5  (fark.com) (50)
(Telegraph) Fail British punk band Criminal Mind arrested after police discovered illegal immigrants hiding in their speakers. DUDE THAT IS SO HARDCORE  (telegraph.co.uk) (76)
(Burlington Free Press) Dumbass Not news: Man shoots dog. News: His friend's dog. FARK: He stole his friend's gun to shoot his friend's dog  (burlingtonfreepress.com) (35)
(BBC) Sappy Duck named Hoisin nests in garden centre's hanging basket display to hatch offspring. Let's hope they don't pancake plum onto the ground when they are peking out of the nest  (news.bbc.co.uk) (36)
(Some Guy) Unlikely Using the best police-mathematicians money can buy, the RIAA has determined LimeWire owes them $1.5 trillion  (p2pnet.net) (233)
(Yahoo) Obvious Swiss MP's from the PP and SD team up to tell the US FU over UBS deal  (news.yahoo.com) (51)
(Washington Post) Sad Some in the Senate are worried that removing a tax break on billionaire Wall Street money managers may cripple them, leaving them weak and defenseless like an oil-covered bird. You wouldn't hurt an oil-covered bird, would you?  (washingtonpost.com) (268)
(Chicago Tribune) Unlikely Blagojevich lawyers file last minute motion to exclude the wiretaps of him plotting crimes by arguing that the government shouldn't "criminalize free speech"  (chicagobreakingnews.com) (91)
(USA Today) Stupid Debt settlement companies defend their business model: "American consumers shouldn't have to pay back their debts, and we shouldn't have to be regulated. Fair is fair"  (usatoday.com) (368)
(NBC NewYork) Amusing There is a new evil supervillain in town, and his name is Draco Slaughter (w/mugshot)  (nbcnewyork.com) (118)
(My Fox DC) Strange Some women try to induce labor by climbing steps, exercising, or by having sex. Still others go for the untraditional 'have your father-in-law's girlfriend shock you multiple times with a stun gun in the kitchen.'  (myfoxdc.com) (59)
(Salon) Asinine News: People protesting the mosque near ground zero verbally attack two Egyptian men. Fark: Who turn out to be Christians who were also protesting  (salon.com) (691)
(Globe and Mail) Interesting Canadian courts attempting to determine whether Muslim woman should be forced to remove veil before testifying about forced removal of panties  (theglobeandmail.com) (203)
(Telegraph) Amusing French president calls for a specially trained force of midget bodyguards  (telegraph.co.uk) (56)
(WBZ) Scary Ship sets out hoping to find a few clams, ends up discovering a lost WWI relicoontouched since 1920's, complete with full cannisters of mustard gas  (wbztv.com) (120)
(USA Today) Silly Now that they've taken care of their illegal problem, Arizonans set about dealing with the next enemy: kilometers  (usatoday.com) (132)
(Fox News) Asinine Alabama residents will be happy to know that the Magnolia River will be protected from oil sludge by miles of red tape  (foxnews.com) (28)
(Some Guy) Asinine Remember Reuters photoshopping pics from Gaza? Well, they're at it again  (yidwithlid.blogspot.com) (582)
(Reuters) Interesting Virus linked to genital warts may affect outcome of throat cancer. Subby's wife strangely unaffected  (reuters.com) (34)
(Salon) Obvious Glenn Beck endorses book you'll Nazi in stores anytime soon  (salon.com) (199)
(WSAZ) Strange Don't bring a fake gun to a real machete fight  (wsaz.com) (33)
(Some Guy) Hero Not news: Man gets ticket. Still not news: Man goes online to pay it. Fark: Man instead buys the web-domain hosting the police's website and turns it into an anti-speed camera site  (www2.tricities.com) (153)
(Telegraph) Cool "Mr Fowler will collect the MBE from the Queen at an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday in a suit made to resemble a cow"  (telegraph.co.uk) (29)
(My Fox DC) Fail If a 10-car train travels to over half a dozen stations on a Monday morning along the green line during a weekday in June...how long before the train operator realizes the limit on cars is only 8?  (myfoxdc.com) (63)
(ABC News) Scary I can haz cat parasite?  (abcnews.go.com) (83)
(Wired) Strange Artist builds scale model of the Tate modern with 70,000 sugar cubes. Sweet  (wired.co.uk) (43)
(Some Road) Photoshop Photoshop this bucolic bus  (homepage.mac.com) (32)
(LA Times) Obvious End the CA charade: It's no longer about whether medical marijuana is being used only by people who are in pain or ill  (latimes.com) (228)
(The Newspaper) Interesting You know that silly trick where you demand that the ticket camera appear in court to testify against you? It's starting to work in California  (thenewspaper.com) (114)
(Independent) Sad Boom goes the Yemenite  (independent.co.uk) (92)
(Some Guy) Sad Life imitates Fargo  (kptv.com) (72)
(Quad City Times) Silly Finally, a reason to visit Davenport, Iowa: Segway tours of the Mississippi River. Just kidding. There's still no reason to visit Davenport  (qctimes.com) (66)
(CNN) Cool Hiker sets out hoping to find a few WWII relics, ends up discovering a lost battlefield untouched since 1942, complete with war dead  (news.blogs.cnn.com) (112)
(MSNBC) Followup That sound you heard was Nancy Grace having the first orgasm of her life  (msnbc.msn.com) (242)
(Abc.net.au) Spiffy Indonesian woman claims to be 157 years old even with no authentic data to prove her age except her word and the word of her 108 year old daughter  (abc.net.au) (134)
(Google) Cool Maker's Mark Distillery diversifies their product line for the first time in 50+ years  (google.com) (170)
(USA Today) Interesting The Year of the Tiger is causing record low birthrates in Asian nations. The news coverage was excessive but, man, they're taking the affair extremely personal  (usatoday.com) (75)
(Miami Herald) Florida Doctor fined $5000 for removing healthy kidney instead of gallbladder. In all fairness, though, his 83-year-old patient did have a kidney where his gallbladder should have been  (miamiherald.com) (89)

Mon June 07, 2010
(WSB) Spiffy Not news: Police chief parks in handicap spot to grab breakfast. Still not news: local TV crew busts him on camera. Fark: Chief apologizes publicly and has a deputy fine him for the infraction  (wsbtv.com) (108)
(Some Guy) Amusing North Carolina man gets bored, sets up own drivers license checkpoint  (officer.com) (47)
(JSOnline) Amusing Milwaukee radio listeners get jolt of lifetime after smooth jazz station suddenly converts to "Big Buck Country" in the middle of the afternoon  (jsonline.com) (130)
(CNN) Florida So, an alligator walks into a middle school....stop me if you've heard this one  (cnn.com) (38)
(Santa Monica Daily Press) Hero Two entrepreneurs in Santa Monica found a way to make a little money and save residents from expensive parking tickets. Bets on how long it takes the city to outlaw them to the right  (smdp.com) (131)
(NewsOK) Dumbass "Hi, I just bought your driveway at a tax auction. I'm offering it back to you at only a 5,000% markup, and I'll remove the concrete barricades once your check clears. Are you interested?"  (newsok.com) (150)
(Some Guy) Photoshop Photoshop this window washer  (bigpicture.ru) (28)
(BBC) Scary If your drug cartel misplaced 77 bodies in an abandoned mine shaft, the Mexican government has found them for you  (news.bbc.co.uk) (57)
(Daily Mail) Hero Jack Harrison, the last survivor of The Great Escape, dies at 97. Or did he  (mailonsunday.co.uk) (41)
(USA Today) Sad Afghanistan now the longest war in American history  (usatoday.com) (219)
(CNN) Interesting Study shows that children of two-lesbian families have fewer behavioral problems, more Indigo Girls CDs  T-Shirt  (cnn.com) (166)
(WATE-TV) Sad Man takes his girlfriend to mountaintop to propose to her. Just before he can, God comes along and saves him  (wate.com) (150)
(Daily Mail) Asinine Painting pets to look like wild animals (w/ tiger dog pic)  (dailymail.co.uk) (80)
(Daily Mail) Strange It may be time to end a relationship when your boyfriend asks you to sign a contract allowing him to beat you at will. "His only restriction was that he wasn't allowed to punch her stomach"  (dailymail.co.uk) (82)
(Daily Mail) Strange People would stop hunting whales if only the whales would learn to scream  (dailymail.co.uk) (60)
(BBC) Interesting Bad: Learning that you're adopted because your parents were murdered. Good: DNA tests might reveal who you are. Bad: It would also mean that your adoptive parents were involved in your real parents murders  (news.bbc.co.uk) (45)
(3 News New Zealand) Strange I'm a shark, I'm a shark, you may kiss the bride, I'm a shaaaark  (3news.co.nz) (36)
(Iowa City Press-Citizen) Sick Police neglect to confiscate a woman's purse, so she tries to flush the pi--HOLY MOTHER OF GOD WHAT THE HELL IS THAT THING?  (press-citizen.com) (188)
(Fox News) Cool Illegal car races, Lamborghini babes, and a pair of Ferrari-driving priests - this 1981 screwball comedy has it all. Click through to see what the all-star cast has done since 'The Cannonball Run.'  (foxnews.com) (161)
(YouTube) Obvious In preparation for Saturday's USA vs England match, here's a death metal band explaining why England's team sucks (feat. cameo by Woody Harrelson) (NSFW language)  (youtube.com) (187)
(Some Guy) Interesting If passed, HB2622 will write into law a policy statement for all Tennesseans that health care mandates or penalties for defying such mandates may not be carried out in the state of Tennessee   (stevescomments.wordpress.com) (323)
(Mlive.com) Asinine Drive-by shootings becoming unaffordable in this economy? How about pedal-by stabbings?  (mlive.com) (31)
(BBC) Followup Given the recent headlines here on Fark concerning fox attacks on humans, you may wonder, just how common is this?  (news.bbc.co.uk) (81)
(Orlando Sentinel) Florida The ten deadliest roads in America. Tag is for two of the top three  (orlandosentinel.com) (201)
(Yahoo) Scary In a blatant violation of the Geneva Convention, South Korea now targeting North Korea with loud pop music  (news.yahoo.com) (76)
(Tenth Amendment Center) Cool Just when you thought Arizona couldn't push any more of the federal government's buttons, it looks like America's 48th state may actually become the 15th state to adopt another very "controversial" law. This time - Weed  (tenthamendmentcenter.com) (209)
(St. Petersburg Times) Florida Man's explanation for strangling his wife: 'If you were married, you would understand.'  (tampabay.com) (130)
(Starpulse) Obvious Miley Cyrus' career is headed in the wrong direction. If you didn't see that one coming then you're probably shocked that Lindsay Lohan is an alcoholic and Britney Spears has kids  (starpulse.com) (176)
(Wall Street Journal) Photoshop Photoshop these investigators  (s.wsj.net) (35)
(Some Killer) Sick Pro Tip: Before showing up for your first day on the job, change out of the bloody clothes you were wearing when you stabbed your girlfriend in the neck  (thecabin.net) (49)
(SLTrib) Scary Looking for a used weapon? Utah's desert dumping depot may have your weapon of choice (with pics)  (sltrib.com) (48)
(Baltimore Sun) Spiffy Sludge covered Gulf turtles will be sent to Baltimore for rehabilitation. Haven't they suffered enough?  (baltimoresun.com) (48)
(My San Antonio) Asinine Rapists, stalkers, murderers, rapists can probably find you anyways so why bother with all this online privacy nonsense  (voices.mysanantonio.com) (89)
(Hot Air) Ironic The National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform, better known as the Deficit Commission, has run out of money  (hotair.com) (48)
(AZCentral) Sad When will the madness end? Hall and Oates cancel a concert after an Arizona Diamondbacks game to protest the state's immigration law  (azcentral.com) (272)
(ABC News) Fail The only thing Israel's bungling of the flotilla has accomplished: Hamas now gets to rearm via the Egyptian border  (abcnews.go.com) (119)
(ABC News) Interesting And there you have it...the government response to Katrina is rated better than the response to BP's oil geyser  (abcnews.go.com) (390)
(Stars and Stripes) Obvious Recognizing it's already seen as the wussiest military branch, the Air Force has not authorized the wearing of fanny packs  (stripes.com) (108)
(NW Florida Daily News) Florida My, my, my, my food stamp card makes me say oh my Lord. Thank you for blessing me with a mind to rhyme and two hyped feet. Stop - hammer time  (nwfdailynews.com) (28)
(CNN) PSA Apple unveils iPad mini  (money.cnn.com) (448)
(ABC News) Obvious Jihadis announce new summer terror campaign that's likely to start in Boston, if past history is any indication  (abcnews.go.com) (154)
(WMUR) Cool The coolest wallabees you'll see this week ...Oh, correction --- wall o' bees  (wmur.com) (45)
(Stars and Stripes) PSA Taylor Swift is (probably) not a Chinese mole  (stripes.com) (73)
(My San Antonio) PSA Protip: If you're going to smoke in your car, you probably should move the gas can from your passenger seat  (mysanantonio.com) (69)
(AOL News) Interesting India convicts seven in Bhopal chemical disaster. And you thought the wheels of justice turned slowly in the US?  (dailyfinance.com) (65)
(Economist) Fail The Brits are launching an airport security program based on an American TSA program based on an American television program starring a British actor. The circle of failure is complete  (economist.com) (48)
(Hearst) Followup Look out boys, hot sexy single lady is going to be looking for some fun as Helen Thomas announces her retirement  (hearst.com) (740)
(Deadspin) Scary 72-year-old Yorkshireman describes what it's like to tie your pants off at the ankle, insert a couple of angry ferrets into your trousers, and then cinch your belt and leave 'em there for five hours - while completely sober  (deadspin.com) (66)
(The New York Times) Scary British PM: Financially, we're Greece, but with worse food and more rain  (nytimes.com) (75)
(ABC News) Unlikely Bernie Madoff is seen as a success story, other inmates admit he's rising to the top of the social pyramid  (abcnews.go.com) (66)
(Philly) Asinine Get caught for speeding in Philadelphia? Pull out your police "courtesy card" and you might get off with a warning  (philly.com) (128)
(ABC News) Interesting "L8r"  (abcnews.go.com) (486)
(Washington Post) Scary First they taxed Matt Drudge, and I said nothing because I don't read mouth-foaming idiocy  (voices.washingtonpost.com) (128)
(AOL News) Strange New Sesame Street Wii games will not be brought to you by the buttons "A" or "B" as the developers have decided your kid is too stupid to handle a choice of two different buttons  (dailyfinance.com) (72)
(Mirror.co.uk) Obvious One in three kids have viewed porn online by the age of ten. The other two still resort to finding it at the back of dad's wardrobe  T-Shirt  (mirror.co.uk) (157)
(USA Today) Amusing The real story of a Cougar Cruise. Shocking Fact #1: Nobody there is as hot as anybody wants them to be  (usatoday.com) (220)
(Washington Post) Spiffy Chefs in New Orleans seek creative ways to use local seafood that isn't affected by the oil spill. Chub cakes and sauteed minnows, anyone?  (washingtonpost.com) (66)
(The Local (Germany)) Ironic 30 guests at "wellness" hotel hospitalised with vomiting bug  (thelocal.de) (37)
(ABC News) Scary Either Mexico is experiencing an unprecedented outbreak of Aztec zombies, or Mexican drug lords are into some freaky shiat  (abcnews.go.com) (146)
(Reno Gazette-Journal) Asinine Proposed Federal law pits wine snobs against MADD; it's a win-win situ-- wait, this would apply to BEER too? Out of the way, cork-sniffer, lemme show you how we "argue" with people in the southside  (rgj.com) (249)
(News.com.au) Silly Australian cafe creates record sized burger. Or, as Americans call it, a "medium"  T-Shirt  (news.com.au) (82)
(News.com.au) Scary Gunman kills four people at a Miami restaurant and wounds three others, then kills himself. He also left no tip  (news.com.au) (113)
(Some Munchkin) Unlikely Not News: Small town holds festival to celebrate famous work by local author. News: Tornado rips through festival. Fark: Famous work was "The Wizard of Oz"  (oz-stravaganza.com) (64)
(Telegraph) Dumbass Today's piece of useful advice from your friends at Fark: When sedating a horse, make sure it falls away from you  (telegraph.co.uk) (35)
(Washington Post) Asinine Mexican mayor vows to continue his campaign from jail, giving hope to Republicans across the US  (washingtonpost.com) (82)
(Abc.net.au) Ironic Now that's what I call Bad Luck  (abc.net.au) (115)
(Flickr) Photoshop Photoshop this squinting photographer   (farm5.static.flickr.com) (30)
(Some Guy) Followup Fake leg bearing Willie Nelson sticker reunited with owner  (channel3000.com) (33)
(Omaha World Herald) Hero Tired of all the potholes in his neighborhood and hearing how his town is under a budget crisis, a 27 year-old med student takes care of the problem with a little elbow grease and a lot of legal violations  (omaha.com) (162)
(CBS News) Amusing Mother Shocked At Wendy's Toy. One woman listened to the song five times and told us she never heard the word horny  (cbsatlanta.com) (121)
(SMH) Cool Four rows of teeth vs five fingers. Gonna need a bigger shark  (smh.com.au) (33)
(Statesman) Ironic Want to bypass the long line for the metal detectors at the Texas Capitol? Buy a rifle or a gun  (statesman.com) (99)
(Wired) Stupid It seems like a no brainer, but if you leak classified military video, DO NOT boast online to ANYONE  (wired.com) (283)
(MSNBC) Followup This just in: Amelia Earhart's plane was brought down by giant mutant crabs, who subsequently consumed her and scattered her bones in ritualistic fashion  (msnbc.msn.com) (132)
(Beautiful Life) Cool Boring: Photo-real renderings of animals. Interesting: Created by hand. Incredible: Using only a .5mm penicil  (beautifullife.info) (146)
(Daily Mail) Amusing Brit's weekly diatribe regarding Americanisms sneaking into "English"  (dailymail.co.uk) (439)
(Yahoo) Amusing If any news story needs a video set to Yakety Sax, it's this one  (news.yahoo.com) (60)
(Telegraph) Obvious Divorce in later years: the 40 year itch (why topical creams and suppositories aren't going to touch this one)  (telegraph.co.uk) (131)

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