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Sun March 04, 2012
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(Huffington Post) Scary One out of every ten Wall Street employees is a psychopath, say researchers. The other nine know exactly what they're doing  (huffingtonpost.com) (67)
(LA Times) Interesting Sellers of dried grapes now raisin awareness against cranberry imitators  (latimes.com) (34)
(Stuff.co.nz) Stupid Hefty corkage fees leave restaurant customers with bitter aftertaste  (stuff.co.nz) (98)
(USA Today) Cool So maybe ALL oil companies aren't evil. Sunoco's Craft Beer Exchange Program is so successful that people may actually start looking forward to filling up  (usatoday.com) (25)
(Fox News) Strange Nissan to revive beloved "Datsun" brand for new line of cheap vehicles to be sold in emerging markets, despite 210 reasons not to  (foxnews.com) (75)
(Business Insider) Scary David Stockman: You'd be a fool to hold anything but cash now. As soon as subby can scrounge up some cash, he's in  (businessinsider.com) (54)


Sat March 03, 2012
(BBC) Asinine In other recession news, people will pay $$$ to have their dog's hair dyed, as the cost of "pet services" passes $50 billion in the US. Your dog wants filet mignon with a side of caviar and a Remy Martin VSOP  (bbc.co.uk) (78)
(Chicago Tribune) Silly Since when was canned beer "revolutionary?"  (chicagotribune.com) (150)


Fri March 02, 2012
(The Atlantic) Asinine After crashing the housing market, driving home prices negative; then walking away from their underwater mortgages while asking for bailouts, older generations are shocked, SHOCKED that Millennials don't want to buy homes  (theatlantic.com) (228)
(CTV) Cool Iceland to adopt the Canadian dollar? The rise of the Canadian Empire shall be remembered not for an epic battle, but for a pleasant handshake and some herring  (ctv.ca) (53)
(Jalopnik) Obvious GM stop production of the Chevy Volt because A. $41k pricetag B. $41k pricetag C. $41k pricetag  (jalopnik.com) (95)
(The Consumerist) Hero Massachusetts tells Bank of America where to shove their new "test fees"... By removing all the state's bank accounts from it  (consumerist.com) (68)
(Marketwatch) Spiffy Bold 1995 prediction of Dow hitting 116,200 by 2040 is actually still on track to being correct  (marketwatch.com) (44)
(Some Guy) Scary Remember the old joke, "What if computer companies built cars?" Well, Google's got its self-driving cars, and now Apple's hiring automotive engineers  (appleinsider.com) (67)
(Washington Post) Obvious Even though a judge asked if they'd like to come to a settlement, lawyer for bankrupt Chinese company reports Apple hasn't come groveling just yet  (washingtonpost.com) (42)
(CNBC) Asinine It's 2012. Increased demand for technical and medical workers, so as a state what do you logically do? Why start closing entire engineering, computer science departments and whole colleges of course  (cnbc.com) (71)
(Yahoo) Followup * * * Reasonably priced, but I had to take a star away for pushy reviewers  (finance.yahoo.com) (16)
(Some Honda driver) Strange Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria... and people buying Chryslers  (wheels.ca) (40)
(Smart Money) Fail Apparently, the majority consumers are too dumb to realize that stores use various pricing gimmicks to make it seem like they're giving discounts when they're really not, like the old $20 to $19.99 "sale"  (smartmoney.com) (41)


Thu March 01, 2012
(Onion AV Club) Asinine Netflix continues trying to tell consumers what they want, rather than asking them  (avclub.com) (180)
(MSNBC) Unlikely Employers want the return of Vocational Tech programs since high school graduates entering the workforce now need to know how to fix cars, repair refrigeration, work the Slurpee machine  (bottomline.msnbc.msn.com) (119)
(USA Today) Spiffy Subaru is now the most reliable brand in latest auto quality survey, Toyota quickly accelerates into third place  (content.usatoday.com) (117)
(Some Gold Digger) Interesting Cost of tuition, room and board at Yale for 2012 is the same as it was in 1900: about 1,585 grams of gold  (pricedingold.com) (21)
(Marketwatch) Fail Bombs away  (marketwatch.com) (7)
(MSNBC) Weird Where the happiest workers work. Or, how to misspell Forbes as many times as possible in one article  (today.msnbc.msn.com) (34)
(Investors Business Daily) Obvious The average job growth rate since June 2009 is 52% higher in states with lower business tax rates than in states with the highest rates. Obvious over interesting by a nose  (news.investors.com) (62)
(The Consumerist) Fail Stupid shiat people Tweet to companies. "I bought your tenders the other day, then realized they're nuggets. this is false advertising, what if I was allergic to nuggets?"  (consumerist.com) (62)
(CNBC) Dumbass Failing to learn their lesson last time, Bank of America considers going out of business  (cnbc.com) (51)
(Time) Cool How grocery stores are battling the greatest scourge since Wal-Mart: extreme couponers  (moneyland.time.com) (410)


Wed February 29, 2012
(Business Insider) Asinine Here are some ideas for college and high school students to make money that are so bad it just might compel some to subscribe to this publication for the sheer satisfaction of cancelling it  (businessinsider.com) (92)
(Forbes) Obvious The new American dream is a well-stocked ration pantry and a case of shotgun shells  (forbes.com) (62)
(Bloomberg) Sad It's not just the middle class that are suffering in the recession. The decline in bonuses have Wall Street feeling the heat financially and emotionally. "People who don't have money don't understand the stress"  (bloomberg.com) (143)
(Bloomberg) Followup Crude oil declines for second day in a row on news that it clearly has nothing to do with gas prices  (bloomberg.com) (21)
(Engadget) Sad How far has Moto fallen? They'll now pay you $200 to take a Droid  (engadget.com) (41)
(The Hollywood Reporter) Interesting Netflix CEO says the service will become more and more like a cable channel. They've already gotten off to a great start by alienating most of their customers  (hollywoodreporter.com) (53)
(NYPost) Stupid 1200 page fictional best seller about bondage and seduction quickly becomes newest turn-on for sex starved upper East Side wives (with obligatory photo of hot blonde reading)  (nypost.com) (41)
(CNN) Interesting Apple is now worth more than Poland, at least three Rhode Islands  (money.cnn.com) (20)
(Humans Invent) Cool Cloud Computing has killed the IT crowd. The traditional office is dead...Long live the virtual office  (humansinvent.com) (63)
(Some Guy) Spiffy Japan moves towards legalizing casino gambling, braces for influx of American Indian tribes  (tokyotimes.co.jp) (17)
(CNN) Spiffy Don't look now, but the government just made a $2.8 billion profit on the sale of AIG's mortgage-backed securities  (money.cnn.com) (285)
(Bloomberg) PSA If you're a Chase customer with less than $100,000 in your account, they really don't want your business because you're no longer profitable  (bloomberg.com) (77)


Tue February 28, 2012
(Marketwatch) Spiffy Dow closes above 13,000 for first time since 2008 on news that Gordon Gekko is back  (marketwatch.com) (41)
(NBC) Strange Virgin Atlantic's cabin crew gets a 'whispering coach'  (nbcnewyork.com) (37)
(Yahoo) Fail Tom Tom recalculates profits right off a cliff  (finance.yahoo.com) (58)
(CNN) Sad Greece joins the USA in countries who S&P has downgraded  (money.cnn.com) (23)
(Gawker) Strange Birth of a Salesman...specifically, a 55-gallon drum of lube salesman  (gawker.com) (24)
(CNN) Amusing Olympus making way for new management. Jupiter promises better focus, greater zoom  (edition.cnn.com) (6)
(Washington Post) Obvious When courting you as a customer, drug dealers will often give free samples to get you hooked and make it harder for you to stop once you begin. Then, no matter what, you'll keep coming back. Oh, did I say drug dealers? Sorry, I meant Google  (washingtonpost.com) (70)
(CNBC) Obvious This is why people are having a hard time finding work: "There's just a lot of money having been created that ain't going into plant and equipment and labor, but instead making its way into equities"  (cnbc.com) (32)
(Huffington Post) Interesting Warren Buffett: High corporate taxes are an American "myth"  (huffingtonpost.com) (76)
(Bloomberg) Obvious Have a heart, the banks are the real victims here  (bloomberg.com) (26)


Mon February 27, 2012
(Gothamist) Asinine Brooklyn hipster biatches to NYC DEP about 64-year-old local deli because it smells too much like real roasted coffee and not enough like fair-trade double-roasted artisanally cuddled beans  (gothamist.com) (153)
(Fox News) Obvious Today's green "success story" is 123 Systems. $390 million in government money has netted $127 million in net losses and 125 laid off employees. On the upside, management got a hefty raise  (foxnews.com) (50)
(CNBC) Misc People in glass economies shouldn't throw BRICs  (cnbc.com) (9)
(BusinessWeek) Interesting The latest roadblock to the housing market recovery? Your student loan debt  (businessweek.com) (120)
(The Atlantic) PSA Turns out, your asshole of a boss is having an impact on your health  (theatlantic.com) (158)

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