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Orgasm class for women eager to see how many students will come, Moon actually formed during Vigoda Period of Solar System evolution, and old man yells at clod: some of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 9/22 - 9/28
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Not much to add up here this week; enjoy the headlines!

Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2013-09-22 to Sat 2013-09-28:  Woman injured when she tried to be swift in rescuing birds from aviary, may have egrets and grouse, bittern after hearing shrikes from the 18 consumed by the flicker of flames. Let osprey  Missing skydiver found 28,006 feet from where someone last saw him  World's oldest newspapers still being published today. There was a font change 250 years ago but people eventually got over it  Eagle takes down deer, still can't complete a five-yard pass  Mailing a letter would cost three cents more, or 49 cents, which is crazy and means mailing the entire alphabet would cost $12.74  355 dead in quake. Should've used the rail gun, dude  The shape of chocolate changes its taste; the taste of chocolate changes your shape  University plans to host an orgasm class for female students, can't wait to see how many people will come  Semi full of animal fat catches fire, rendering it inoperable  Zimmerman pulled over for the third time in two months, proving for certain that he is definitely not white  "Women shouldn't drive because it damages their ovaries and pelvis." That doesn't leave much womb for discussion  

Sports:  Tim Tebow turns down $1 million offer to play football in Russia. Says he refuses to play for any less than what he was making in college  In an obvious sign of a concussion, Cowboys defensive tackle Jason Hatcher makes a bizarre statement: "Tony Romo is the best quarterback in the league"  British woman becomes the first female to row solo across the North Pacific, says she would have taken Carnival but decided her way would give her better odds of arriving safely  

Geek:  Moon discovered to be 100 million years younger than previous estimates, placing it in the Vigoda Period of solar system evolution  A new mathematical model predicts the evolution of large complex human societies, except for the Mule of course  In 2000, a man surfaced on the internet claiming to have traveled from 2036 using a time machine installed in a 1987 Chevrolet. Citation needed  

Entertainment:  Pamela Anderson to run New York City marathon, presumably in slow motion  Richard Gere is back on the market. Ladies delighted, gerbils mortified  Simon Cowell says he won't watch the birth of his baby. Apparently, he doesn't want to be in a room without any mirrors  

Politics:  I will not talk on a log, to a frog, in a bog, in dense fog, about a loan, as it's shown, on an Obamaphone. I will not, could not, let people share. I would not, could not fund Obamacare  Old man yells at clod  There was a couple of Bushes at a lesbian wedding  

Business:  Hertz will rent Teslas at LAX and SFO, with increasing frequency  Wall Street downgrades JC Penney to JC Halfpenney  Toyota recalls 615,000 minivans that shift out of park and roll away. Chrysler owners immediately ask if that's an available option
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