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Declining berserker habitat, S-s-s-s-s-ymbian shut down, and the Soon-Yi effect: Headlines of the Week 9/26 - 10/2
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No post from Drew this week, enjoy the headlines.
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2010-09-26 to Sat 2010-10-02:
Neo-Nazi discovers he has a little Jew inside of him, also known as the Soon-Yi effect
China's one child policy turns 30, upset it never had a brother to play catch with
Car stolen at gunpoint at strip club. DNA successfully lifted from the parking lot, but crime lab techicians admit it will take time to catalogue all 63,481 suspects
Listerine cures jock-itch, says man who refuses to describe how he and his wife figured this out
Man dies mysteriously in porn booth. Police unsure whether he was whacked
America's "most depressing hot dog stand" found in Chicago, coming in just ahead of Wrigley Field
Scientists now say T-Rex joints were much bigger than first assumed, which would make them a lot easier to reach with those tiny arms
Thieves escape from Kuala Lumpur airport with over 10,000 Western Digital hard drives. Surprisingly enough, they didn't crash
No Carl, I want you to kill all the GOPHERS on the course
"Did you hear? 37 people were injured after a train derailed east of Oslo." "NORWAY." "YES WAY"
Male infertility hereditary. How the gene manages to get passed on a mystery
NFC West favorite San Francisco 49ers outplay Chiefs to 31-10 loss
End of an error. Bills release Trent Edwards
Bill Polian would like to clarify his statements about the upcoming 18 game NFL schedule, would also like you to ignore the imprint of Roger Goodell's boot on his ass
Finnish scientists say sightings of Valkyries have reached the lowest point in 100 years; leading to concerns that they may have become endangered due to peacetime, loss of berserker habitat
Study shows men withdraw during stress, but generally recover quickly enough to re-insert and start over using shorter strokes
Months before astronomers discovered new Earth-like planet, scientist detected pulse of light coming from same direction. Doofus with laser pointer has not been ruled out
"Wall Street 2" takes the top spot at the box office this weekend. Shia LaBoeuf now considering a career of nothing but sequels to 80's classics starring actors way past their prime. Next up: "Tango and Cash and Son"
New photos show LiLo injecting heroin and kissing Paris Hilton. Doesn't she know you can get diseases that way? Plus the heroin is bad for you too
Star Wars: 3D coming in 2012, followed by Star Wars: 3D Director's Cut 2013, Star Wars: 3D Wide-Screen 2014, Star Wars: 3D Wide-Screen Director's cut Blu-Ray 2015, Star Wars: 3D Wide-Screen Special Edition Director's Cut Blu-Ray 2016
French politician Rachida Dati issues a public apology for confusing oral sex with inflation. What a cunning linguist
Dennis Miller to headline Sharron Angle fundraiser. That's about as ridiculous as Fatty Arbuckle asking for a virgin Bloody Mary with extra ice
Christine O'Donnell says her LinkedIn profile was faked by enemies in the Republican party who sought to defame her by implying she graduated from college
Mariah Carey is pregnant with either a boy, girl, or chocolate cake
"Everybody Hurts" is the song most likely to make men cry, according to the Institute of Researchers Who Don't Force People to Listen to "Hollaback Girl" for Hours and Hours
Note: John Cage's 4′33″ contains an audio track that has not been authorized by WMG. The audio has been disabled
AOL buys TechCrunch for an undisloclosed number of hours of free internet service
S-s-s-s-s-s-s-amsung s-s-shuts down S-s-s-s-s-ymbian
China's toilet sales now highest in the world when only a decade ago they were squat
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