Texas Instruments suffers severe 535507, Duke suckles, and the War of 18 / 12: some of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 10/20 - 10/26
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Some really good headlines last week; just what I'm looking for going into the Headline of the Year cutoff at the end of next month. There's still time...
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2013-10-20 to Sat 2013-10-26:
Better signs in parks can increase physical exercise by up to 12%. Especially signs that say "Beware of mountain lions and wandering black bears"
JFK's brain MIA after he was pronouced DOA. RFK unavailable for Q&A
Who lives on a gravesite in Cincinnati? SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS. Until second thoughts by the cemetery. SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS
"Sandwich Teacher Wins State's Top Education Honor." Why? She never needed a sub. She had no condiment but mayo issue a meaty statement with relish later; she doesn't want to be a ham
TEPCO, where the pets glow
Hackensack man hacked and sacked man
Long beards are indelibly linked to manliness, humility, conservatism - according to this columnist who's clearly never set foot in Brooklyn
US not gooder in wordy numbery thingies
New study finds that paying organ donors saves money, though the return process is a real biatch
Detroit mailman saves burning house, continues on his route, is ticketed for obstructing urban improvements
Tampa's Yuengling Brewery engulfed in 2 alarm fire. Budweiser seen offering "water" to Tampa Fire Rescue
Denver loses to Indianapolis in the war of 18 / 12
Honored before Game 2 last night, Mariano Rivera says he's going to "go as far as I can go where people don't play baseball.'' In other news, look for Mo at Wrigley Field next summer
Federer beats "Baby Federer" at Swiss tennis tournament, will now advance to semifinals to face either Vasek Pospisil or Child Protective Services
Can you heal me now?
Duke Hospital researchers discover protein in breast milk that neutralizes HIV. Duke suckles
In a cost cutting move, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration stops printing nautical charts. Carnival Cruise Lines: What are nautical charts?
All born this day in 1971: Snoop Doggy Dogg, Snoop Dogg, DJ Snoopadelic, Snoopzilla, Snoop Lion
Dolly Parton injured in Nashville crash, was spared from injury by massive, shock-absorbing pillow-like cushions. Also, the car's airbags deployed
"Sherlock" will be returning to PBS in January. No shiat
The HHS has announced a "Tech Surge" to help fix the troubled Obamacare website, drafting tech experts to come in to fix the problem, deliver a baby in one month by using nine pregnant women
New poll shows that a majority of Americans think that Boehner lasting for more than four years is a serious condition for which the country should seek immediate medical attention
Boehner says the GOP is going to be fine in 2014. Behold Nostradumbass
Texas Instruments suffers severe 3Q 535507
Serco CEO steps down after speculation that Hyman will get busted
Anytime you think that the guys on Wall Street are smarter than you, just remember this headline: "Zynga stock surges"
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