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Boy struck by lightning always conducted himself well, Miss Kansas flashes her tats, and inflatable colon comes to NYC to be around assholes: a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 9/8 - 9/14
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Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2013-09-08 to Sat 2013-09-14:
Congresswoman's daughter born with Potter's Syndrome, wasn't expected to survive, is now the girl who lived
Iraq's WMDs to move to Russia
Classmates remember boy struck by lightning as someone who always conducted himself well
Giant inflatable colon comes to New York City, because it's used to being near assholes
"Miss Kansas will show her tats during the bikini competition" is today's unfortunate non-typo
Serial hoon who thought it would be a lark to touch up his mate in Nerang gets blasted by magistrate. The only way this headline could be more Australian would be if it was drunk. And venomous
Man attempting to cross the Atlantic attached to helium-filled balloons ends his trip after only 12 hours due to "technical issues," which may be just a fancy way of saying "he sobered up"
...So I built a third boardwalk. That burned down, fell over, then sank into the swamp. But the fourth one will stay up, and that's what you're going to get, lad. The strongest boardwalk in Jersey
Tal Shiar searching for sexual predator after a 72-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in Romulus
World's second-oldest man moves to the front of the line
Fenway Park to get a statue of Carl Yastrzemski. In other news, Citizens Bank Park no longer features the Michael Young statue at 3B
Derek Jeter goes back to the DL, giving him a chance to pass Ralph Kiner's all-time record for shagging the daylights out of staggeringly hot women
Mark Sanchez needs surgery for a labral tear, surprised that guys have them
Up up down down left right left right B A stab
Harvard and MIT join to research artificial intelligence, brain limitations, people who are accepted into Yale
Scientists create new memories by directly changing the brain. Admittedly, being stabbed in the brain by a scientist is kind of a memorable event
Disney delays Pirates of the Caribbean 5 because of "script issues," which is Hollywood-speak for "the huge wad of money we lost on Lone Ranger"
Mario Lopez celebrates his wife successfully giving birth to a son, and when he finds the guy who impregnated her he's going to kick his ass
How Anthony Bourdain spent his summer vacation: chilling in Jersey beach rental, living the "suburban/vacation dream, backyard barbecues, entertaining at home -- what some troubled observers have referred to as my 'going Full Ina'"
New bill cuts funding for official Washington D.C. portraits. Government leaders advised to just substitute their mug shots
Red Green voted out in Norway. And so begins the winter of their discount tent
Those chemical weapons which Iraq had, then were moved to Syria, then Syria didn't have, now Syria does have, now are in Iraq. Confused? You won't be after this episode of the UN Security Council
Galant Food Co. recalls calzones for undeclared allergen, Goofus Food Co. tells consumers to go fark themselves
UK's Mirror investigated for phone hacking gnikcah enohp rof detagitsevni rorriM s'KU
Olive oil may not really be virgin. Popeye is not going to like this
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