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Sun May 22, 2011
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(Marketwatch) Interesting Why you should avoid LinkedIn  (marketwatch.com) (44)
(Marketwatch) Interesting Why you should buy LinkedIn  (marketwatch.com) (7)
(Marketwatch) Obvious "Consumers expected to spend less." Well no shiat, what did you think would happen when we ran out of money?  (marketwatch.com) (32)
(Bloomberg) Followup Someone has expressed interest in buying Sbarro. And not just a single slice of their incredibly flimsy inferior New York Style pizza; no, they want to buy the whole chain  (bloomberg.com) (62)
(Yahoo) Amusing White collar on white collar crime....won't someone think of the trust funds?  (news.yahoo.com) (16)
(Marketwatch) Amusing Fasten your Streetbelts  (marketwatch.com) (10)


Sat May 21, 2011
(Weird Asia News) Cool Crouching Tiger, Hello Kitty  (weirdasianews.com) (10)
(Chicago Tribune) Obvious Sinking home values have more homeowners choosing the douche way out. Bonus: This article is from... THE FUTURE  (chicagotribune.com) (225)
(The Consumerist) Stupid What happens when an internet troll gets trolled by the company he trolled  (consumerist.com) (40)
(UPI) Interesting Marriott hotels pull the plug on bathtubs  (upi.com) (47)


Fri May 20, 2011
(Marketwatch) Asinine BP gets $1 billion settlement for Gulf oil spill. YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG  (marketwatch.com) (25)
(Marketwatch) Fail Fail into the Gap  (marketwatch.com) (20)
(The Consumerist) Amusing Never let it be said that Allstate doesn't have timely ads  (consumerist.com) (40)
(Post and Courier) Asinine Comcast cuts funding to non-profit over tweet, later seen twirling handlebar mustache  (postandcourier.com) (28)
(BBC) Obvious Indian MP arrested in telecoms scandal, will have her defense outsourced to America  (bbc.co.uk) (12)
(BBC) Obvious Belarus getting $3 billion bailout from Putin, doesn't have to be reminded what the vig is on that much cash  (bbc.co.uk) (31)
(NYPost) Fail In case you didn't know, detailed confidential security plans for the new 1 WTC are available online for terrorists to plan their next attack. The NY Post is there  (nypost.com) (29)
(BBC) Obvious "Screw you guys, I'm glowing home"  (bbc.co.uk) (9)
(Marketwatch) Spiffy One billion smackers. Book it. Done  (marketwatch.com) (22)
(Chicago Tribune) Scary Those carbs are going to cost you  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (32)
(Orlando Sentinel) Sad Veterans are coming home to find there are no hearts and minds of employers to win  (orlandosentinel.com) (57)
(The Sun) Obvious Britain's hamburgers now 350% larger than 50 years ago. Britain's buns increasing proportionally  (thesun.co.uk) (30)


Thu May 19, 2011
(News.com.au) Scary Qantas pressures pilots to carry less fuel on long-haul flights, which understandably leaves them fuming  (news.com.au) (33)
(Some Guy) Scary And the newest group warning you to stock up on doomsday seeds because of the coming apocalypse is... Wall St. hedge fund managers?  (observer.com) (16)
(Mirror.co.uk) Cool A German firm holds an orgy to reward salesmen. This is why the German market is doing so well  (mirror.co.uk) (57)
(NPR) Amusing NPR claims there's an LA food truck bubble, and that age of Peak Hipster has arrived. "Some fear the underground spirit of the gourmet trucks is being co-opted"  (npr.org) (36)
(IOL) Scary Volvo developing cordless charging for its cars, pedestrians  (iol.co.za) (23)
(Gizmodo) Asinine Macs do not get viruses, and when they do, Apple is firmly instructing its employees to deny, deny, deny  (gizmodo.com) (311)
(Talking Points Memo) Obvious Republican talking point: It's no big deal if we hit the debt ceiling and miss a few payments. Wall St. rating agencies: Bullshiat   (tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com) (249)
(LA Times) Fail Because trying to sell cheese to people that are lactose intolerant needs a catchy name, Chinese cheese entrepreneur creates his own camembert - 'Beijing Gray'  (latimes.com) (16)
(Some Guy) Stupid United Airlines apologizes for using 9/11 flight numbers. Promises to pay licensing fee to Rudy Giuliani next time  (wtkr.com) (53)
(Marketwatch) Cool Toro's profits up 32 percent. OLE  (marketwatch.com) (5)
(CBC) Interesting Canadian postal workers set to strike. This time, all three employees are very serious  (cbc.ca) (19)
(Chicago Tribune) Dumbass Ferrara Pan COO drops an Atomic Fireball on the board. Hilarity ensues  (chicagobreakingnews.com) (29)
(Reuters) Interesting Frankfurt -- Your new financial center in the world  (reuters.com) (27)
(Wall Street Journal) Followup Strauss-Kahn disavows knowledge of the IMF  (online.wsj.com) (117)
(Boston Globe) Interesting Dunkin Donuts sued for not allowing customers to just put the tip in the hole  (boston.com) (161)
(Wall Street Journal) Interesting How serious is Humana about health care? So serious that they're implementing a hiring ban against smokers  (online.wsj.com) (58)


Wed May 18, 2011
(The Eagle Tribune) Interesting How do you end a culture of auto insurance fraud and high insurance rates? Throw all the lawyers and chiropractors in jail  (eagletribune.com) (36)
(Bloomberg) Followup General Mills just made Yoplait a part of this balanced breakfast  (bloomberg.com) (18)
(Chicago Tribune) Amusing Good news: you won't have to put up with those annoying Esurance ads much longer. Bad news: Because mayhem is coming  (chicagobreakingbusiness.com) (59)
(TechCrunch) Cool New company aims to be the Netflix of original artwork  (techcrunch.com) (33)
(abc) Sick Ice cream truck driver now selling vanilla, chocolate, pisstachio  (abclocal.go.com) (15)
(NY Observer) Sad Elaine's joins Mama Leone's and Mr. Cacciatore's down on Sullivan Street in the ranks of now-defunct NYC restaurants mentioned in Billy Joel songs. Status check needed on Zanzibar  (observer.com) (37)
(Marketwatch) Ironic Airbus to make more planes that are like... buses. Air buses, if you will  (marketwatch.com) (21)
(Chicago Tribune) Obvious Looks like the market could only believe the lie for so long  (chicagotribune.com) (109)


Tue May 17, 2011
(Canoe) Asinine Starbucks sued for tossing dwarf barista  (cnews.canoe.ca) (53)
(Yahoo) Misc Company abandons oil pipeline project in Alaska, saying it just doesn't have the will, baby, will  (news.yahoo.com) (7)
(Some Guy) Silly Now you can pay more for a home in Vancouver than London or New York, without all that annoying history, culture, or excitement cluttering up your life  (globaltvbc.com) (32)
(Detroit News) Obvious Detroit area home sales continue tumbling. I'm just as shocked as you are  (detnews.com) (26)
(Marketwatch) Fail Apache error 404: Profit not found  (marketwatch.com) (15)
(Marketwatch) Obvious LinkedIn IPO price range expands 30%. Executives said to be inflated with joy, plan to pop some bubbly in celebration  (marketwatch.com) (15)
(Bloomberg) Stupid SAP's latest scam? "Green" software  (bloomberg.com) (51)
(AP) Unlikely Sprint, Verizon have the happiest customers. AT&T and T-Mobile, not so much. Farkers complaining about their cell phone service to the right  (hosted.ap.org) (73)
(Washington Post) Followup With the near standstill in foreclosures, people are choosing to pay their credit cards, instead of their mortgages  (washingtonpost.com) (81)
(Marketwatch) Fail Confidence in the global economy fades. People around the world, join hands. Start a fail train. Fail train  (marketwatch.com) (8)
(Some Guy) Followup HP looking to increase profitability the old fashioned way: by firing people  (phillyburbs.com) (29)
(CBS News) Interesting How's the BlackBerry PlayBook selling? Well, RIM says most of the thousand being recalled never made it off store shelves  (cbsnews.com) (33)
(The Atlantic) Obvious Much like the Titanic, home construction has stabilized at the bottom  (theatlantic.com) (28)
(Huffington Post) Stupid Barnes & Noble and Borders censoring magazine cover featuring topless MALE model Andrej Pejic because "he looks too much like a woman" (with pic)  (huffingtonpost.com) (258)
(Marketwatch) Followup Alibaba mess is expected to take longer than 1001 nights to clean up  (marketwatch.com) (6)


Mon May 16, 2011
(Bloomberg) Interesting De Beers gets new CEO. They shoulda gone with Ditka. Definitely Ditka  (bloomberg.com) (43)
(Wall Street Journal) Obvious Rapidly growing made-in-Japan beef bowl purveyor beats out McDonald's as Japan's biggest fast-food chain. Suck it, America  (blogs.wsj.com) (55)
(Wall Street Journal) Silly The recession affected the rich too, you know  (online.wsj.com) (44)
(AZCentral) Fail University of Phoenix under investigation for illegal recruiting tactics, including forgetting to mention to potential students that a degree from the University of Phoenix is only one-ply  (azcentral.com) (268)
(Forbes) Asinine According to the CEO of Exxon mobile, based on supply and demand, oil should be between $60 and $70 a barrel. Take a wild guess as to why it isn't. Go ahead. Guess  (blogs.forbes.com) (85)
(Marketwatch) Obvious The debt crisis could become Obama's Katrina times 9/11 divided by Fukushima  (marketwatch.com) (91)
(Yahoo) Unlikely In case you haven't noticed, and judging by the price at the pumps you haven't, there was "a sharp retreat in oil prices"  (news.yahoo.com) (23)
(The Ledger) Florida Florida deputy laughs after Burger King gets wife's cheeseburger order wrong. Just kidding ... he demands driver's license and identification from store employees  (theledger.com) (42)
(Yahoo) Unlikely Commercial Real Estate is recovering in two markets; of course, that means it's going to get better everywhere real soon now  (finance.yahoo.com) (19)
(Stuff) Amusing Motor vehicle registration fee too high? List your car as an ambulance  (stuff.co.nz) (19)
(USA Today) Obvious Banks raise fees to make up lost profit, so more Americans close accounts, so banks raise fees to make up lost profit, so more Americans close accounts, so banks raise fees  (usatoday.com) (159)

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