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Headlines of the Week for 4/14 - 4/20
Posted by Unfreakable at 2013-04-24 3:57:13 PM (7 comments) | Permalink
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Nothing to add this week; enjoy the headlines

Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2013-04-14 to Sat 2013-04-20:  Rare prayer hymnal, the first book ever printed in North America, expected to sell for more than $15 million. Nervous owner admits to having sweaty psalms  US Marine CH-53 helicopter crashes near North Korean border. Crew survives, reportedly knew they'd crashed on the correct side of the border when they're weren't eaten alive by North Korean peasants  NPR hacked by Syrian Electronic Army, which is a great name for an 80s New Wave revival band  NYC man convicted of stealing $376,000 worth of toner, or about four HP printer cartridges  With up to 15 people dead and dozens injured, Texas explosion aftermath described as "like a war zone". America hasn't seen scenes like this since...well, since Monday actually, but it's been an unusual week  Balzac drank fifty cups of coffee a day, which could explain his tendency to be too hyper to sit down in slatted wooden chairs  Former Pakistan president Musharraf taken into custody to address abuses of power during his presidency. Police still searching for his mustache, which may have already boarded a flight out of the country  India's 'Disneyland' set to open, now hiring caste members  Al Neuharth, USA Today founder, dies at 89. Obituary will be created as an infographic and slid under your hotel door  3,000 pot cookies seized after Canadian home invasion goes wrong. Cookie Monster being held in protective custody for his own safety  Stonehenge general manager sought. Duties include helping visitors, overseeing solstice celebrations, maintaining a blog on the website, giving directions to passing aliens, and rescuing virgins from the Slaughter Stone

Sports:  New 3100-seat soccer stadium to be built in shadow of downtown Pittsburgh for the Riverhounds, who hope to attract fans of other local minor league sports franchises like the Pirates  Cubs pitchers tie 123-year old MLB mark with five wild pitches in an inning. In other news, the Cubs did not already hold this record  NFL player Kerry Rhodes still says he isn't gay. The guy he's kissing in these photos disagrees

Geek:  Women's expectations of male physical attractiveness are as unrealistic as a men's, says small penised scientist  Astronomers have discovered a galaxy that produces stars at a much faster rate than previously suspected, has tentatively named it the Duggar Galaxy  Recursion goes to jail goes to Recursion goes to jail goes to Recursion goes to jail goes to Recursion goes to jail goes to Recursion goes to Exception in thread "main" java.lang.StackOverflowError

Entertainment:  Billy Dee Williams causes fender bender, tells police it wasn't his fault because his car had gotten there first  Jon Hamm dons muppet mask for visit to Sesame Street as new character Kermit the Log  Rihanna beats down reports she is pregnant with Chris Brown's child

Politics:  Weiner aggressively flirts with NYC Mayoral bid, not sure if in or out  House Foreign Relations Committee: So Sec. Kerry, tell us about Benghazi. Kerry: Really? Benghazi? HFRC: Please, BENGHAZI the BENGHAZI your BEGHAZI if you would BENGAZHI. BENGAZHI. Kerry: You guys are idiots  The GOP adds the Jewish community to their ethnic outreach progrom

Business:  Judge orders digital billboards to be turned off in Los Angeles. Will no longer be a distraction for motorists who are trying to text while driving  Steve Forbes has some thoughts about Bitcoin, but allow me to summarize: "I say, my monocle has fallen off, such is my shock and disdain. Harrumph...No no no, this will never do, my word"  CEO of UK's biggest department store gives his $3.6 million bonus to employees. Or as American CEOs call that, stark raving insanity
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7 Comments     (+0 »)
2013-04-24 04:03:07 PM  
<a rel="nofollow" data-cke-saved-href="<a href=" href="<a href=" http:="""" comments="" 7708446"="" target="_blank">India's 'Disneyland' set to open, now hiring caste members

that's HOTY material
2013-04-24 04:18:07 PM  

Tax Boy: <a rel="nofollow" data-cke-saved-href="<a href=" href="<a href=" http:="""" comments="" 7708446"="" target="_blank">India's 'Disneyland' set to open, now hiring caste members

that's HOTY material

2013-04-24 05:25:29 PM  
I liked the Duggar Galaxy.
2013-04-24 05:57:46 PM  
Cookie monster in protective custody.. Hehe
2013-04-24 07:59:54 PM  
Do we really want to relive the past week?
2013-04-24 08:01:46 PM  
And you can't type into any of them, even if you have something poignant to add.  Pshaw.
2013-04-25 09:20:07 AM  
There were a lot of winners this week, well done Fark.
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