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Sun April 08, 2012
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(USA Today) Interesting Is iPad the new Band-Aid?  (usatoday.com) (95)
(Business Insider) Interesting 40 years after Japanese cars took over the American market, Japan itself is still behind a nearly impenetrable trade barrier  (businessinsider.com) (42)
(Chicago Sun-Times) Ironic It's the perfect home buyer's market because prices have fallen to record lows. Too bad the same economy that's lowering prices means no one can afford a home  (suntimes.com) (70)

Sat April 07, 2012
(Yahoo) Spiffy Iraq Veteran's Amazing Job: Nick White served his country, first as a Marine, where he saw heavy combat in Iraq, and then as a Secret Service agent. Now he's kicking ass as an entrepreneur  (news.yahoo.com) (23)
(Find websites Worth) Interesting You ever wonder what Fark is worth? $19,690,220.06 will buy a lot of beer  (findwebsitesworth.com) (68)
(Some whackjob) Silly Nobel Prize winning economic guru Donald Trump warns of massive inflation. And the government is lying about unemployment that is really at 20%  (moneynews.com) (68)
(Yahoo) Obvious Treasury freezes pay for CEOs at Ally Financial, GM, AIG. Congress' automatic pay increases still on track, of course  (news.yahoo.com) (33)
(MSNBC) Followup Judge rules that McDonald's can use toys to promote Happy Meals, since playing with those toys is the only exercise most kids will get all day  (bottomline.msnbc.msn.com) (21)
(The Atlantic Wire) Amusing Introducing the bold new taste of Arby's Arugula Sandwiches?  (theatlanticwire.com) (36)
(Daily Mail) Asinine Texas hospital refuses to hire anyone with a body mass index of more than 35. In other words, no Americans need apply  (dailymail.co.uk) (258)

Fri April 06, 2012
(Gawker) Amusing Hidden Valley Foods begins marketing campaign to get Americans to slather ranch dressing upon absolutely everything they eat. Yes, that thing. That one too. Can't forget those things, either  (gawker.com) (122)
(CNBC) Stupid Experts expected an increase of 206,000 jobs in March and for the unemployment rate to stay at 8.3%. The rate dropped to 8.2% with 120,000 jobs added. Exactly what kind of experts are they, again?  (cnbc.com) (240)
(CBS News) Spiffy 10 bizarre but amazing frequent flier rewards. Not a slideshow  (cbsnews.com) (5)
(Chicago Sun-Times) Obvious Insider trading? I have a Groupon for that  (suntimes.com) (7)
(Chicago Tribune) Followup Marine who bashed President Obama given less than honorable discharge, job at Fox News  (chicagotribune.com) (110)
(CNN) Obvious "I'll never be under OIG investigation." he sang in a video that most assuredly invokes the response "O Rly?"  (cnn.com) (23)
(MSNBC) Obvious Remember the 23-year-old who rang up a $315,000 bar tab? He's been arrested for trading fraud  (worldnews.msnbc.msn.com) (32)
(Reuters) Followup Guess what, folks? Pink slime isn't the only food with ammonia in it  (reuters.com) (85)
(Forbes) Obvious Fark Fark Fark Fark Fark Fark Fark  (forbes.com) (13)
(Some Guy) Sad Not news: Profits of well-known phone manufacturer with three-letter name continue to nosedive. Fark: For once, it's not RIM  (electronista.com) (32)
(Bloomberg) Obvious To get to the other side  (bloomberg.com) (16)
(Marketwatch) Misc Bond market shaken, not stirred  (blogs.marketwatch.com) (1)
(CNBC) Fail Art Laffer doesn't understand what the G stands for in the formula: GDP = C + I + G + (Ex - Im)  (cnbc.com) (154)
(MSNBC) Asinine Delta looks to buy oil refinery for hundreds of millions of dollars--or about three weeks of baggage fees, sandwich sales and reservation change charges  (marketday.msnbc.msn.com) (20)
(The New York Times) Sad Ferdinand A. Porsche dead at 76. Nothing was the same after 911  (nytimes.com) (47)

Thu April 05, 2012
(MSNBC) Stupid Kids can have Happy Meals, judge rules. Tag is for the fact that a judge had to waste his time and energy on this  (bottomline.msnbc.msn.com) (180)
(BusinessWeek) Fail 1040farkthis  (businessweek.com) (97)
(C|Net) Asinine The RIAA and MPAA are coming about for another salvo, ALL HANDS MAN THE CANNONS  (news.cnet.com) (42)
(Times Free Press) Unlikely Is this the end of the American Gold Rush? If so, will Glenn Beck have to be put on suicide watch?  (timesfreepress.com) (41)
(Marketwatch) Obvious The only two words that make sense in that headline are "windows" and "hang"  (marketwatch.com) (4)
(Palm Beach Post) Followup The people responsible for "Butt Cancer" billboard are a bunch of cheeky assholes  (palmbeachpost.com) (13)
(Business News Daily) Obvious That's it, I'm sleeping in, submitting, then throwing up in the sink  (businessnewsdaily.com) (14)
(Yahoo) Misc TCP's IPO  (finance.yahoo.com) (12)
(Forbes) Followup Well... Buy  (forbes.com) (60)

Wed April 04, 2012
(Adweek) Weird Expect to see more advertising in unusual places. Okay, I kind of want the bowling ball  (adweek.com) (23)
(Forbes) Obvious One billionaire doesn't like another billionaire's suggestion that billionaires should pay higher taxes. Both agree on sticking it to millionaires, though. Those guys are losers  (forbes.com) (51)
(The Consumerist) Asinine Consumerist readers decide making a game with a crappy ending is worse than destroying America's economy and illegally expelling people from their homes  (consumerist.com) (93)
(CNBC) Dumbass Why $4 gas doesn't matter to rich people  (cnbc.com) (98)
(Yahoo) Interesting Why Ford has been succeeding without a 2008 bailout (and in spite of the EcoSport)  (finance.yahoo.com) (68)
(Chicago Tribune) Fail Yaho  (chicagotribune.com) (17)
(ABC) PSA Near all-time high prices heading into Easter. No, not for gasoline, for ham. Fark: no word on how high bacon prices are  (abcnews.go.com) (27)
(Daily Mail) Spiffy Kate Upton says only seven words, but her new Direct TV commercial still gets great reception  (dailymail.co.uk) (31)
(CNBC) Obvious Investors totally bummed on hearing the Federal Reserve has cut off their allowance. Now they might actually have to hire people and produce things. The horror  (cnbc.com) (20)
(UPI) Strange Car rental agency's GPS shows Ferrari's location ... on a ship heading to Hong Kong  (upi.com) (90)

Tue April 03, 2012
(CNBC) Interesting The Fed remains sober on the economy, sees no need to get drunk on more stimulus  (cnbc.com) (9)
(MSNBC) Dumbass Domino's knows more about pizza then you do  (bottomline.msnbc.msn.com) (148)
(CNBC) Interesting "There are in fact laws in this country, and you can't simply go and tell a company you've got to be broken up because we want you to be broken up." Try telling that to Teddy Roosevelt  (cnbc.com) (45)
(Courant) Unlikely Walmart toilet paper wins competition, judged perfect for cheap-ass consumers  (courantblogs.com) (26)
(Philly.com) Sick Philadelphia Housing Authority housing auction was going well until the Philadelphia Gas Works cut the cheese  (philly.com) (15)
(Forbes) Asinine "I'm the most underpaid executive in the history of executive payment," says CEO who's about to cash in $125 million worth of options after driving his stock price down 75%  (forbes.com) (28)
(Forbes) Obvious Secret's out: The Hunger Games is really a marketing textbook disguised as an ultraviolent, post-apocalyptic Romeo and Juliet rehash  (forbes.com) (63)
(JSOnline) Spiffy Abracadabra  (jsonline.com) (11)
(The Consumerist) Unlikely Comcast cable box mysteriously orders $1000 worth of adult films. Puzzled woman and live-in boyfriend don't know how to get it off  (consumerist.com) (39)
(Marketwatch) Asinine Do banks play the race card with loans, or just stack the deck against everyone except whitey?  (marketwatch.com) (39)
(CNBC) Followup To give you an idea how bad the auto industry bailout was for ordinary Americans, Chrysler sales are up 34%  (cnbc.com) (33)
(The Consumerist) Obvious Around 7000 students learn a valuable lesson in life. If thousands of dollars are mistakenly deposited into your account, you don't get to keep it  (consumerist.com) (40)
(Chicago Tribune) Obvious Molson Coors buys Czech brewer StarBev, still trying to produce something almost, but not quite, entirely unlike beer  (chicagotribune.com) (13)

Mon April 02, 2012
(MSNBC) Followup Titanic's last lunch menu sells for $120,000 at auction. Featured house beverages were red wine, white wine, salt water  (worldnews.msnbc.msn.com) (27)
(Computerworld) Fail Amazon won't be able to offer cheap tablets forever, except that they will, and they'll lose money on them except when they're making money off them  (computerworld.com) (34)
(Yahoo) Interesting Now that Amazon is able provide customers with cheap and plentiful purple Flavor-Aid, Cool Ranch Doritos and adult diapers, Walmart is taking a closer look at this whole "internet" fad  (finance.yahoo.com) (115)
(Hartford Courant) PSA On Monday, 10 new items will mark Burger King's biggest menu expansion since the chain opened its doors in 1954. Where is your god now?  (courant.com) (187)
(Jalopnik) Sad Last Saabs ever built sent to a place where hope, happiness, and life slowly rots away  (jalopnik.com) (61)
(Daily Mail) Interesting Goldman Sachs concedes there are some profitable ventures they're not comfortable with, like online sex trafficking  (dailymail.co.uk) (15)

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