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Sun October 02, 2011
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(Yahoo) Obvious Kodak shares plummet as bankruptcy develops. Unlike other, more modern companies, it will be a few days before we can see the whole picture  (news.yahoo.com) (54)
(Washington Post) Obvious Today's college curriculums leave graduates poorly prepared for a competitive work environment. Add the high cost of tuition, and America's higher education industry may soon resemble its housing industry  (washingtonpost.com) (133)
(Marketwatch) Obvious Five lazy mistakes job seekers make. #1: Not already being rich  (marketwatch.com) (185)
(Some Guy) Amusing Is a giant Abercrombie & Fitch advertisement obscene? You decide  (asiaone.com) (42)
(The Consumerist) Fail Calling someone fat and tellling them "I knew you were a joke when you came in" because they didn't buy anything isn't good customer service  (consumerist.com) (227)
(Reuters) Fail Big banks want Big brokers to sell Big banker options. Big brokers give Big banks a Big Hell No  (reuters.com) (10)
(LA Times) Fail If you had Citibank as the next bank that can't make enough money borrowing from The Fed at 0% and lending it out at 3-29.99%, come on down. You've just lost your free checking  (articles.latimes.com) (74)
(Popular Science) Scary Old and busted: Your navigation system taking you where you want to go. New hotness: Your navigation system taking you to advertisers' businesses  (popsci.com) (52)


Sat October 01, 2011
(Gawker) Asinine Bank of America knows it has a terrible reputation, and they are doing something about it: Booting reporters who ask customers how they feel about Bank of America  (gawker.com) (37)
(Kotaku) Obvious Headline:"Sony's PlayStation Network is an almost complete failure". Subby disagrees: It is a complete failure - not just 'almost'  (kotaku.com) (56)
(AJC) Followup Atlanta Falcons owner (and co-founder of the Home Depot) sells his Atlanta mansion for 40% of the asking price. If only there were some place he could have gone to fix it up  (ajc.com) (16)
(Washington Post) Followup Fee'd to Death: BoA's new one is just the cherry on top of the gluttony of companies pigging out on the pocket books of customers trying to "swallow their exasperation". Excuse me while I throw up, I feel nauseous  (washingtonpost.com) (96)
(Detroit News) Stupid Kmart, Sears and Home Depot: It's October 1st, Merry Christmas  (detnews.com) (57)
(BusinessWeek) Spiffy Trump casino offers another way for gamblers to lose their ass  (businessweek.com) (4)


Fri September 30, 2011
(NPR) Hero James Cook, brewer, patriot, founder of Samuel Adams Brewery, creates foundation to make microloans to small businesses in the food & beverage industry  (npr.org) (44)
(Marketwatch) Asinine Won't SOMEBODY please think of the poor, starving banks?  (marketwatch.com) (79)
(CNBC) Scary We are totally farked if we don't start printing money left and right again  (cnbc.com) (88)
(CNBC) Stupid Why are we paying incompetent CEOs upwards of $10 million to leave a company again?  (cnbc.com) (97)
(Marketwatch) Interesting Market undergoing huge changes, such as some new hair in places it wasn't before  (marketwatch.com) (7)
(Yahoo) Followup Friendly's prepares for some decidedly unfriendly times ahead  (finance.yahoo.com) (25)
(Bloomberg) Amusing Samsung proposes a settlement to Apple's lawsuit. Sources claim the offer is somewhere in the neighborhood of "jack shiat and go fark yourself"  (bloomberg.com) (16)
(AP) Sad New Zealand's credit rating downgraded from "sheep" to "lamb"  (hosted.ap.org) (10)
(CNBC) Obvious Politicians totally farked Q3, let's see what they can fark up this quarter  (cnbc.com) (9)


Thu September 29, 2011
(The Republic) Cool Artists transform vacant Detroit land into European-style beer garden  (therepublic.com) (19)
(The Consumerist) Followup You'd better sit down for this one - Panera's Pay Whatever You Feel Like restaurant didn't work out  (consumerist.com) (203)
(CNBC) Dumbass Rats and black mouths manipulate Chinese markets. That's not a very nice name for Wall Street and Obama. Well, Obama anyway  (cnbc.com) (8)
(Toronto Star) Amusing Jack Daniels showing its feminine side  (thestar.com) (43)
(MSNBC) Asinine Long-term unemployed are coming to find that putting your mom and Drew Curtis down as references just won't cut it  (msnbc.msn.com) (58)
(Boston Herald) Interesting Executives: Utility merger will reduce operating costs. Regulators: Great, then you won't need any rate increases for the next 5 years  (bostonherald.com) (13)
(Yahoo) Obvious Pfizer warns people not to take that V1AGR4 from the internet  (finance.yahoo.com) (14)
(Marketwatch) Silly And the best city for retirees is... Minneapolis?? How much did they pay Marketwatch to rig that one?  (marketwatch.com) (34)
(Bloomberg) Dumbass Bernanke says the lack of jobs is a national crisis, does nothing about it  (bloomberg.com) (36)
(CNBC) Cool Two unpaid interns sue employer after realizing "unpaid intern" is just a nice word for slave  (cnbc.com) (146)
(Marketwatch) Scary Shell says Singapore refinery fire is now out of control  (marketwatch.com) (9)
(Marketwatch) Unlikely Shell says Singapore refinery fire under control  (marketwatch.com) (2)
(Some Guy) Ironic Best Buy plans to hire 50% fewer holiday workers. Says level of service will remain the same  (bizjournals.com) (64)


Wed September 28, 2011
(CNBC) Scary Old and busted: As long as you globally diversify your portfolio, you'll be fine. It's not like the whole world will go into a recession simultaneously. The new hotness: EVERYBODY PANIC  (cnbc.com) (17)
(Yahoo) Strange Office Depot CEO: "Charlie Brown was terminated for having an improper relationship with another associate." Good grief  (news.yahoo.com) (55)
(CNN) Obvious I don't want to be in the bunker when Hitler finds out that 7-Eleven stores in Taiwan have pulled their Vampire Hitler products  (news.blogs.cnn.com) (102)
(BusinessWeek) Asinine Because we can't see them  (businessweek.com) (43)
(Gawker) Amusing "Replace the milk in the office fridge, or so help me G-d, I will put your ass on the street," says one PR firm president  (gawker.com) (110)
(CNBC) Asinine The EU/IMF task force, or EMF, is expected to resume their mission no earlier than Thursday. Unbelievable  (cnbc.com) (23)
(Yahoo) Dumbass News of the World reporter claims he was fired because he just couldn't hack it  (finance.yahoo.com) (5)
(CNBC) Spiffy Durable goods numbers for August indicate the American economy can take a licking and keep on ticking  (cnbc.com) (4)
(Some Guy) Interesting Moody's outlook for Kodak now negative  (wjrr.com) (5)
(Marketwatch) Obvious Not here  (marketwatch.com) (17)
(Seeking Alpha) Amusing If you hate Apple and Amazon, you'll love this analyst's predictions  (seekingalpha.com) (50)
(CNBC) Interesting We were somewhere in the U.K, when the drugs began to kick in. We had two bags of grass, seventy-five pellets of mescaline, five sheets of high-powered blotter acid, a saltshaker half-full of cocaine, and a whole galaxy of multi-colored pills  (cnbc.com) (14)
(Some Guy) Weeners Ron de Jeremy: "Any other rum doesn't have a third leg to stand on"  (alligator.org) (43)
(Sun Sentinel) Florida Now Floridians can spend their entire welfare check at Walmart  (sun-sentinel.com) (6)
(Yahoo) Sick McDonald's meals now served with ketchup and other condom mints  (au.news.yahoo.com) (11)
(BBC) Followup "Trader from Hell" on BBC not a hoaxer. Just telling it like it is  (bbc.co.uk) (24)
(MSNBC) Asinine Good news: There are jobs that offer health insurance. Bad news: The cost for that health insurance has gone up by 9% since 2010  (msnbc.msn.com) (78)


Tue September 27, 2011
(AJC) Obvious Thanks to our tax code, and political infighting, it's easier to do business in China than it is in the US  (blogs.ajc.com) (43)
(SFGate) Amusing "Anytime someone wearing a watch worth more than a house talks about class warfare, they should have a hose shoved down their throat and goose liver pumped in until they leak from the ears"  (blog.sfgate.com) (137)
(learnvest.com) Stupid Eight of the crappiest things airlines are doing to you. Putting the things together in a slideshow not on the list  (learnvest.com) (33)
(LA Times) Obvious 9 out of 10 people think California's economy is in bad shape. 1 out of 10 people think pot should just be legalized already, man  (latimesblogs.latimes.com) (31)
(Reuters) Asinine In response to being sued for $7.6 billion by trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of a mortgage giant; Deloitte and Touche going with the "it's not our fault our clients are crooks who wanted us to cook the books" defense  (reuters.com) (31)
(Reuters) Sick Nevada: Open for business. Closed for taxes, liability, and transparency  (reuters.com) (7)
(Marketwatch) Strange Wall Street reporter bites the hand that feeds him  (marketwatch.com) (19)
(Christie's) Interesting William F. Buckley's estate goes up for auction next week...THIS IS HOW CONSERVATIVES ACTUALLY DECORATE  (christies.com) (33)
(Washington Post) Dumbass Step1: Impersonate Vince Young. Step 2: Collect money for children's foundation. Step 3: Profit. Step 4: Add felony fraud to your career stats  (washingtonpost.com) (12)
(CNBC) Interesting Foreigner may be Poland's new problem. Wait a sec, is that from the '83 tour? I saw those guys in the Meadowlands with Bryan Adams; that was a kickass show. I totally copped a feel off this passed out broad while they were playing Urgent  (cnbc.com) (54)
(BusinessWeek) Interesting BofA, Merscorp sued for duh, duh, duh... ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS  (businessweek.com) (7)
(Bloomberg) Spiffy Walgreens profit up 69%. Giggity  (bloomberg.com) (11)
(Marketwatch) Asinine Cool: Tim Horton's coming to the Gulf. Asinine: The Arab one  (marketwatch.com) (19)
(Daily Mail) Obvious Trader on profiteering from the upcoming economic collapse: I've been 'dreaming of this moment for three years', adding 'The governments don't rule the world - Goldman Sachs rules the world.'  (dailymail.co.uk) (24)
(Mirror.co.uk) Cool Google becomes a teenager today. Unconfirmed reports suggest search results will result in "can't be bothered" and "whatever"  (mirror.co.uk) (41)
(Yahoo) Spiffy SAfrican introduces first all-African military plane. IT'S JUST BEEN REVOKED. Hey Subby, I don't think Yahoo really set you up for that reference. I'LL HAVE WHAT SHE'S HAVING  (finance.yahoo.com) (23)
(CNBC) Misc FTSE gets excited under the table, the DAX doesn't really have a funny name, and after some speculation of a bailout, French CAC begins to rise  (cnbc.com) (4)
(Marketwatch) Interesting Gold prices falling rapidly. Investors don't know what to assay  (blogs.marketwatch.com) (54)
(Some Guy) Silly From now on, when you think Domino's, think artisan pizza that's delivered in a box signed by the store manager  (annarbor.com) (53)
(Independent) Silly Name: Chelsea Clinton. Age: 31. Occupation: PhD student. Qualifications: famous parents. Meet the new board director for The Daily Beast and Match.com  (independent.co.uk) (54)


Mon September 26, 2011
(Cracked) Interesting Six laws you've broken (without even realizing it). Read at your own risk... just sayin'  (cracked.com) (71)
(MSNBC) Interesting Faith-based investors are about to have their worlds rocked  (bottomline.msnbc.msn.com) (61)
(Some Guy) Interesting AT&T to offer free unlimited mobile to any mobile plan to customers, which is good considering that you have to make unlimited amount of attempts to successfully call anyone  (chronicle.augusta.com) (17)
(Yahoo) Asinine If you want free checking then you need direct deposit but to get direct deposit you need a job so you can open a free checking account in order to set up direct deposit ah fark the whole thing give me cash  (finance.yahoo.com) (48)
(Yahoo) Obvious Studies show people are too stupid to use self-checkouts at grocery stores  (finance.yahoo.com) (180)
(Bloomberg) Asinine Undaunted by slowing sales of their ugly shoes, Crocs decides to release a new line of horrendous "styles"  (bloomberg.com) (12)
(Marketwatch) Dumbass Goldman Sachs blows another $200 million  (marketwatch.com) (12)
(USA Today) Interesting New poll finds 31% of Americans say they'd need between $100,000 and $500,000 to retire this year. Other 69% say they'd need between $100,000 and $500,000 just to get back to even  (usatoday.com) (57)
(Escapist) Interesting Your vampire farmer friend's mafia saw profits drop by 95% year-over-year. Please help  (escapistmagazine.com) (17)
(Bloomberg) Fail World's top bankers agree on one thing: They don't have any idea what the hell they are doing and want the government to bail them out, again  (bloomberg.com) (34)
(MSNBC) Cool 1969 Camaro voted best Chevrolet of all time. In related new, best Chrysler of all time is one that is actually still running  (msnbc.msn.com) (59)
(Houston Chronicle) Sad Creator of Doritos dead at 97 of nachoral causes  (chron.com) (137)

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