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Sun April 01, 2012
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(Huffington Post) Interesting Specially brewed Johnny Walker whiskey now on sale for $200,000 if you want to take a shot  (huffingtonpost.com) (41)
(Daily Mail) Followup Visa/Mastercard credit card breach now linked to the honest folks who run NYC taxicab company. So sleep well - nothing at all to worry about  (dailymail.co.uk) (28)
(Statesman) Interesting Give me your murderers, your poor, your deviant masses yearning to work for free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the illegals, ill tempered and lost to me, so I can lift my revenue beside their barred door  (statesman.com) (36)

Sat March 31, 2012
(Digital Trends) Obvious Foxconn workers unhappy that they're being treated like humans  (digitaltrends.com) (47)
(Fox Business) Fail WalMart plans to reduce grocery prices by one billion dollars. Doesn't that just mean that they were overcharging us in the first place?  (foxbusiness.com) (90)
(Virgin) Weird Virgin Volcanic? Richard Branson to let people book trips to Journey to the Center of the Earth. Dinosaurs cost extra  (virgin.com) (26)
(BusinessWeek) Interesting "I didn't even know until now that you could write a legal document this way and have it still be legal. Why aren't more documents this interesting?"  (businessweek.com) (14)
(Dayton Daily News) Unlikely Ohio beats Texas in a) Basketball b) Football c) Job Growth  (daytondailynews.com) (33)
(MLive.com) Asinine Ah, the Teamsters. Always standing up for the little guy, calling strikes to battle big, greedy corporations like...the American Red Cross Blood Services?  (mlive.com) (30)
(CNBC) Dumbass Is it really OK to recline 0.015 inches in your airline seat?  (cnbc.com) (202)

Fri March 30, 2012
(Japan Times) Spiffy Japan helping to revive traditional handwoven Scottish tweed industry, using tweed in everything from hats and shoes to ties, and to cover diaries and Kindles  (japantimes.co.jp) (26)
(Business News Daily) Interesting These days, analog writing sticks are #2 to digital devices  (businessnewsdaily.com) (24)
(Google) Unlikely Without a hint of irony, RIM announces plans to re-focus on what they're good at. Eviscerating its stock strangely absent  (google.com) (42)
(Some Drunk Guy) Cool New website lets you do your own whisky blend. Finally, you can have that dram with strong notes of bronze paint in the mouth, a slight aftertaste of [squirrel] nuts and a mustardy finish  (whiskyintelligence.com) (30)
(Mirror.co.uk) Fail Court rules against giving manufacturer of 'Beatle' wheelchair a ticket to ride  (mirror.co.uk) (7)

Thu March 29, 2012
(Yahoo) Amusing Larry the Quaker loses weight. HA HA  (finance.yahoo.com) (42)
(gizmag) Cool Thai resort features tree pod dining. It looks like the Ewoks are doing alright for themselves  (gizmag.com) (7)
(USA Today) Cool Washington DC: Come to see democracy in action, come to see the memorials... come to see the Walmart of weed?  (usatoday.com) (14)
(Dexter-Leader) Fail Comcast charges customers in an entire town a "vacation fee" for not responding to emails, letters, or phone calls. Difficulty: they didn't respond because their town was ravaged by a tornado  (heritage.com) (102)
(Hartford Courant) Interesting Best Bye  (courant.com) (88)
(Bloomberg) Obvious Oil declines on word that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are going to be reimagined as aliens  (bloomberg.com) (18)
(LA Times) Fail Siri, do you know a good attorney?  (latimes.com) (42)
(BusinessWeek) PSA Bags fly free on Southwest ... most of the time  (businessweek.com) (21)
(CNBC) Cool Dear Drew, we need to talk -Subby  (cnbc.com) (69)
(MSNBC) Sick Last year, Bank of America's CEO made nearly 10x the national average salary - on just his corporate aircraft reimbursements  (msnbc.msn.com) (51)

Wed March 28, 2012
(CNBC) Interesting Why is Apple gaining market share? Well, elderly poor in the South keep dying, for starters  (cnbc.com) (56)
(AlterNet) Spiffy Workaday drudgery keeping up with the bills got you down? Well, sit back on your sackcloth, eat a piece of cake and settle in for some good old fashioned class warfare with The 10 Most Obscene Lifestyles Choices of the Fabulously Well-to-Do  (alternet.org) (25)
(USA Today) Obvious Having seen a few pixels in my time, I can tell this was shopped  (content.usatoday.com) (26)
(The New York Times) Amusing If there ever was a news article screaming to be accompanied by a Nelson Muntz signature laugh, it is this one  (nytimes.com) (41)
(Some Guy) Scary In historic shift, America has reached Peak Flat-Screen TV  (paidcontent.org) (146)
(CNBC) Obvious Gold rally has run its course. There's nothing more to assay  (cnbc.com) (98)
(CNBC) Unlikely Far from over, gold should rally to nearly $2,000  (cnbc.com) (21)

Tue March 27, 2012
(Daily Mail) Hero High-class Spanish hookers refuse to service bankers until they open up lines of credit to cash-strapped families. Viva el capitalismo  (dailymail.co.uk) (50)
(Forbes) Cool Red Tomato Pizza in Dubai has started a massive innovation in the world of pizza delivery and the latest candidate for GREATEST THING EVER  (forbes.com) (70)
(Gawker) Spiffy Here's How to Condescend to 900 Job Applicants With a 3,000-Word Rejection Letter  (gawker.com) (138)
(CNN) Fail Remember what your house was worth just after the dot com bubble burst, 9/11? It's probably worth about the same now  (money.cnn.com) (51)
(Marketwatch) Fail Apollo slumps 8%. YA GOT HIM ON THE ROPES, ROCKY  (marketwatch.com) (12)
(The New York Times) Stupid Hospitality workers blame customers for lack of tips rather than the employers who pay them $2.14/hr  (nytimes.com) (66)
(Reuters) Dumbass Bernanke says US needs more growth. Apparently he never checked his spam folder  (reuters.com) (15)
(Some Guy) Stupid 'The next generation of financial investors will plan their strategy according to Twitter data'. Hold tight for a run on amusing cat photos  (trebuchet-magazine.com) (13)
(Daily Mail) Followup And suddenly a big ass buyer is interested in David Beckham's $28 million mansion  (dailymail.co.uk) (19)
(Slashdot) Asinine Rupert Murdoch, Media Pirate  (entertainment.slashdot.org) (24)

Mon March 26, 2012
(USA Today) Ironic Not to be outdone by Porsche's recent recall of 1200 vehicles, BMW recalls 1.3 million  (content.usatoday.com) (40)
(C|Net) Fail AOL begins selling off its patents to raise cash. In other news, there are business that still use dial up technology?  (news.cnet.com) (42)
(Forbes) Obvious Three reasons to uphold Obamacare  (forbes.com) (45)
(Forbes) Unlikely Three reasons to overturn Obamacare  (forbes.com) (34)
(CNBC) Obvious Oh yeah, we're farked  (cnbc.com) (21)
(New York Daily News) Stupid Georgia restaurant jokes that their "black and bleu" sandwich was inspired by Chris Brown's attack on Rihanna. "Chris Brown won't beat you up for eating this unless your name starts with a R and ends with A"  (nydailynews.com) (97)
(My Fox DC) Fail Shampoo commercial featuring Adolf Hitler draws outrage. "Mein herr .... is so soft and silky"  (myfoxdc.com) (109)
(Seattle Times) Spiffy Bend, Oregon is America's new capital of beer tourism, thanks to thirst of skiers, rock climbers, river rafters, and other extreme drinkers  (seattletimes.nwsource.com) (99)

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