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(Washington Post)   Three Americans win Nobel prize in medicine for work with circadian systems. You submitted a headline earlier, you farking morning person   ( washingtonpost.com) divider line
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2017-10-02 12:31:34 PM  
Did they figure out how to get rid of that damn whirring sound at night?

/Damn bugs
 
2017-10-02 12:49:47 PM  
Is this a threepeat?
 
2017-10-02 02:21:01 PM  
Does a Nobel prize even begin to make up for spending 17 years hibernating underground?
 
2017-10-02 02:47:15 PM  
Early Riser, not Morning Person, Smitty-anna.

With apologies to the farker that had the distinctions between the two, it was one of the best posts on Fark.
 
2017-10-02 02:51:36 PM  

August11: Is this a threepeat?


Yes, we hear about it every 17 years.
 
2017-10-02 02:52:19 PM  
/morning person with a better headline (aren't they always?)
 
2017-10-02 02:55:48 PM  
The morning person catches the submittal worm.
 
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