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Skills of the Edward Snowden action figure, US military considers developing a holy hand grenade, and Istanbul becoming a clusturducken: some of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 2/16 - 2/22
Posted by Unfreakable at 2014-02-24 5:20:33 PM (4 comments) | Permalink

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New batch o' headlines this week. Enjoy

Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2014-02-16 to Sat 2014-02-22:

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Dunce bitten, Christ lies  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  A zombie's shrill scream disturbed the morning calm, alerting the horde. Survivors clad in green and white grabbed what supplies they could muster and made the sign of the cross as they knew they may not survive the coming onslaught  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  There is a national shortage of clowns, which proves Megan's Law worked  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Oregon company sells Edward Snowden action figure. Instead of wetting itself, the doll just constantly leaks  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Scientists still trying to determine if cat bites lead to human depression or if cats just prefer biting depressed people  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Sharks are attacking fewer people, but killing more. Hooray for efficiency  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Brain dead teen doing "much better physically", considering run for congress  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Six charged with online dating fraud. Turns out it's a crime to say you love staying in and going out, are comfortable in jeans or a dress and people, if you liked walking on the beach as much as you say you do, the damn things would be paved by now  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Terrorists planning to use rabbits as weapons. In response, the US Dept. of Miscellaneous Weapons seek funding for development of a holy hand grenade  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  The European Union has granted Bavarian pretzels "protected status", will soon be creating a special Bavarian pretzel preserve where they can romp and play all day without the threat of poachers  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Cops charge man with swallowing a $150,000 diamond, say they'll keep an eye out for any suspicious movements  


Sports:

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  FINNISH HIM  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Ozil apologizes to Arsenal fans after missing penalty shot vs. Bayern Munich, proving Ozil really is as clumsy as he is stupid  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Derek Jeter reconciles with model girlfriend. Apparently he's batted around and is back to the top of the order  


Geek:

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Scientists find an old douche in City Hall. Did not have to look too hard  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  The voices are unanimous: Air pollution may increase the risk of schizophrenia  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Steve Jobs postage stamp due in 2015, will be the first stamp to have rounded corners  


Entertainment:

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Nicki Minaj sorry for using Malcolm X, says he's not even her favorite Speed Racer  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  98% of faith driven consumers are dissatisfied with the new movie "Noah." 80% say it brought back a flood of bad memories  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Kim Kardashian denies butt implant rumors, even though she has one of the biggest asses in the world. But enough about Kanye West  


Politics:

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Istanbul becoming an absolute clusturducken  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  U.S. and Canadian Leaders departing for "Three Amigos" summit in Mexico. Topics to include Free Trade, Cartel violence and what it means to have a plethora of pinatas  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell's lawyers demand federal indictment be thrown out. Judge to rule as soon as he's done laughing, maybe by Monday  


Business:

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Horst Rechelbacher, founder of Aveda Corp and popcorn tycoon, dead at 72  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Comcast gave $854K to Congressional Committee overseeing their merger with Time Warner. The money will be delivered two weeks from Tuesday between 1 and 4 pm  

[image from img.fark.net too old to be available]  Sherlock Holmes theme park planned for England. There will be a discount for children who are still in school. At least the ones who list their school as elementary
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4 Comments   (+0 »)
   
 
2014-02-24 07:46:09 PM  
Ok wow - that clusturducken one is very, very good.
 
2014-02-24 08:03:56 PM  

HighZoolander: Ok wow - that clusturducken one is very, very good.


I think a lot of people missed it because it was over on the Politics tab. I think it would have played pretty well cross-posted to Main.
 
2014-02-24 08:42:50 PM  
My zombie headline made it into the weekly favs? You guys just made my Monday suck a whole lot less, woot!
 
2014-02-25 01:51:49 AM  
Cool. One of them is mine.  Thank you
 
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