Better late than never: Fark's Headlines of the Week for 7/1 - 7/7
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Way late this week, totally spaced it after Monday. Here you go.
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2012-07-01 to Sat 2012-07-07:
President declares Ohio and West Virginia to be disaster areas. Oh, and they're suffering from widespread power outages, as well
Anderson Cooper comes out in favor of individual man date
27,000 undiagnosed cases of dementia estimated in Wales, as no one can tell the difference between demented babbling and the local accent
IKEA criticized for clear-cutting Russian old-growth forests. I didn't even know Russia had particleboard trees
Man survives harrowing ordeal after getting lost in the Ontario wilderness. For 15 HOURS he subsisted on nothing but fresh water and a warm fire. FIFTEEN HOURS
Conga protest leaves two dead, future in limbo
Mountain hiker, a stranger to Switzerland, raises alarm and is found by police after five fellow hikers fell to their deaths. Now do you see what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps?
Fireworks explode while man attempts to light homemade cannon. "It's no big deal" he said offhandedly
Hey, does anybody want to try a bite of this new environmentally friendly snack bar made from insects? Anybody? *crickets*
Vapors blamed for man's death--but only after the apothecary ruled out consumption, ague, scrivener's palsy, lumbago, the French pox, scrofula, dropsy, mortification, and impetigo
Bomb found at golf course. No word on whether it was shaped like the harmless squirrel or the friendly rabbit
Ray Allen replaces George Zimmerman as deadliest shooter in Florida
Sagan wins Tour de France's 6th stage, wants to see you learn
Bad news Vikings fans; Adrian Peterson was arrested. Good news Vikings fans: It took multiple cops to tackle him
Scientists now say what you see as blue, I might see as red... Can I buy some pot from you?
Sugar, used in fermenting alcohol, can now be used to grow artificial livers. And the cycle is complete
Mozilla gives up on Thunderbird, decides to give MD 20/20 a try
Tom Cruise once again using the same lawyer he has for his previous divorces, mostly to get another punch on his loyalty card so the next one will be free
Five wrappers you should be listening to right now. Yeah, the correct term is rappers, but these five are recycled, paper thin and disposable
31 years later, Natalie Wood's death certificate now changed from 'accident' to 'undetermined'. C'mon, now they're really going overboard
Gov. Christie calls reporter "stupid" for asking inconvenient questions, feeds him to the Rancor
Obamas skip summer vacation this year, singlehandedly saving taxpayers billions
Romney describes lemonade: "Lemon. Wet. Good." The Onion: "Oh COME ON"
GM to decide on new Facebook business partnership, immediately updates its relationship status to "It's complicated"
Alec Baldwin gives New York Philharmonic $1 million gift to promote more sax and violins
Sales miss Target
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