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(CBS3.com)   Bank collapses, gets covered by TARP   (cbs3.com) divider line 27
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2009-12-27 12:06:00 PM
Ok, you had me. Nice one.
 
2009-12-27 01:32:13 PM
Clever

/+1
 
2009-12-27 02:14:11 PM

Police at the scene say they're unable to confirm what caused the collapse...

..The building that houses the bank is more than 120 years old


I think there may be a fairly easy answer to this puzzle..

//+1 for subby, great headline
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2009-12-27 03:17:09 PM
The headline is funny, but not ironic.

/deputy irony sheriff
 
2009-12-27 07:49:14 PM
not ironic
 
2009-12-27 07:51:45 PM
clever, slightly trollish, with a factual afterbite. Good one submitter.
 
2009-12-27 07:53:50 PM
Is it too late for Headline of the Year submissions?
 
2009-12-27 07:57:24 PM
Ironic.
 
2009-12-27 08:09:32 PM
static.velvetcache.org
 
2009-12-27 08:09:54 PM
I liked the picture of the red light.
 
2009-12-27 08:10:41 PM
Came for Ackbar, leaving happy.
 
2009-12-27 08:13:59 PM
at first i thought citi field had been damaged, then read article. Still lol'd
 
2009-12-27 08:14:07 PM
So what kind of bonuses do you get for shoddy construction?
 
2009-12-27 08:17:56 PM
HOTY candidate for '10?
 
2009-12-27 08:24:44 PM
Rainbowtyedye: Is it too late for Headline of the Year submissions?

This.

I want to change my HOTY vote to this one.
 
2009-12-27 08:32:27 PM
Way good.

And wrong.

Dual-package.

Dangerous and compelling.

Hmm.

Can we option this?
 
2009-12-27 08:40:48 PM
Can I still be outraged?
 
2009-12-27 08:56:44 PM
If the bank actually collapses, I guess your money is no longer covered.
 
2009-12-27 09:12:53 PM
Antilope: If the bank actually collapses, I guess your money is no longer covered.

If the roof is still intact, then technically yes, you're money is covered.

/dont know shiat about commas
//I'm commatose
 
2009-12-27 09:22:43 PM
DPSturm: Antilope: If the bank actually collapses, I guess your money is no longer covered.

If the roof is still intact, then technically yes, you're money is covered.

/dont know shiat about commas
//I'm commatose


But if the walls collapse, and there is a breeze, your money is not covered
 
2009-12-27 09:35:29 PM
Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: DPSturm: Antilope: If the bank actually collapses, I guess your money is no longer covered.

If the roof is still intact, then technically yes, you're money is covered.

/dont know shiat about commas
//I'm commatose

But if the walls collapse, and there is a breeze, your money is not covered


did not consider perimeter defense, however brees didnt sweep much today
 
2009-12-27 09:52:44 PM
Somaticasual: Police at the scene say they're unable to confirm what caused the collapse...

..The building that houses the bank is more than 120 years old

I think there may be a fairly easy answer to this puzzle..

//+1 for subby, great headline


Probably gravity
 
2009-12-27 09:55:59 PM
*golfclaps*
 
2009-12-27 10:57:41 PM
ZAZ: The headline is funny, but not ironic.

/deputy irony sheriff


Knew I made this for a reason:
i148.photobucket.com
 
2009-12-28 12:00:11 AM
The article wasn't what you expected, therefore it is ironic.
 
2009-12-28 12:32:17 AM
When you're not sure which tag to use, always go with img1.fark.net.

/submitter
 
2009-12-28 02:10:44 PM
Isn't Irony a use of words expressing something other than its literal intention, with, of which, seeing as how most banks collapse through finances, making this Ironic?

//pretty sure it's actually ironic for a change.
 
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