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A white NaCl rollercoaster ride, facing D-10tion, and getting bit by a snake between holes: Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 10/24 - 10/30
Posted by Drew at 2010-11-02 3:08:06 PM (71 comments) | Permalink
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No (additional) posting from Drew today, although I expect he'll be posting again later this week.
In the meantime, enjoy the headlines.
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2010-10-24 to Sat 2010-10-30:
Plane forced to land after hamster discovered in gere
Man drinks himself to death after winning $14 million on the lottery. Goodnight, money fan
Freighter hauling salt runs aground. Witnesses call the incident a white NaCl rollercoaster ride
The porn industry has a plan to stop online piracy by 2012. Clearly this is what the Mayans were talking about
Women who lack sex drive have different brains, wedding rings
When they left forceps in their abdomen I said nothing. Then they left a drill bit inside my skull, and spork Wednesday with them hamster off yours gradually Heineken?
Man who died in Notre Dame tower collapse not identified, but officials say his face rings a bell
Police report crazy person with gun on loose at Texas A&M, which doesn't narrow it down much
Schoolchildren forced to roll "sexual harassment dice" for punishments way worse than D10-tion
Man's foot partially severed in industrial accident, says he hops for a full recovery
Airline employee investigated for "Mile high club" sex with a passenger, for which the correct legal term is "being awesome"
Philadelphia fans attempted to slip laxatives to Giants players during the NLCS. Should have given them to the Phillies instead, they could have used the runs
Golfer Melissa Reid bitten by snake between holes. Sounds like she should have tightened up her stance a little
Cliff Lee loses lead, game, 20 million dollars off Yankees' offer
Google accounts for 6.4 percent of internet traffic. Subby surprised that internet porn has slipped to less than 94%
Introducing a $300 screw that isn't associated with the U.S. military or Eliot Spitzer
The first e-mail was sent 41 years ago today. Recipient still waiting for that money to clear out of Nigeria
Renowned New Yorker cartoonist Leo Cullum has died. Like the work of any New Yorker cartoonist, this is no laughing matter
Ellen cured Portia de Rossi's fear of eating out
Ginny Sacrimoni sleeps with the fishes
MoveOn.org activist viciously attacks Rand Paul supporter's foot with her head
New York Times calls Bill Clinton "an arbiter of international fine dining." Monica Lewinsky calls all her ex-boyfriends to gloat
"A Politician Is Like a Human Arcade." Well, yeah -- you stick money in it and get nothing in return but a brief, unrealistic show
At auction of Johnny Cash memorabilia you can buy one of his stage costumes in any color you want, so long as it's black
Wu Tang Clan announce US tour in December, plan to play their hits and offer sound financial advice
The Royal Mint announces that John Lennon will appear on currency. If you need change for the £5 coin, just ask Yoko Ono. She can break it
Why is BMW hiring 1,000 auto workers in the US? Because it can pay them half what it pays a German worker. Congratulations, America, you're Germany's India
Group finds holes in Cheerios ad campaign
Severely disappointing both dieters and Scrabble players alike, the FDA decides not to approve the once-promising diet drug Qnexa
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