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Last one of the year, here are a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 12/22 - 12/28
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This is the last Headline of the Week contest of the year, hope you guys enjoyed 2013 as much as I did. The winners of the Headline of the Year contest were posted earlier today, so look down the page if you missed that one.
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2013-12-22 to Sat 2013-12-28:
Man turns dead son into diamond. Boy, and here you thought YOUR dad gave you a lot of pressure
The US government predicts that by 2040, barely anyone will be using electric cars. Wait, that's already reality
1,500 tested for tuberculosis at Southern California high school. Students immediately complain, say they didn't have any time to study
Arizona police looking for 'large buttocked woman' in robbery case. If you have any information call the FBI at 1-900-MIX-ALOT, white boys encouraged to shout
The inventor of the iconic AK-47 rifle, Mikhail Kalashnikov, has died at the age of 94. But, if we soak him in diesel and run a knotted up shoestring through him, we could probably get a couple more good years out of him
Ice-storm devastates Toronto. Rob Ford has his crack recovery team on high alert
That whole Target thing just keeps getting worse: scammers are now emailing, texting and calling those affected saying they're from Target, the bank, or other places. Nigerian Princes are so erect they need medical attention
88% of Americans believe that Pope Francis is doing his job well, which bodes well for his re-election campaign in 2014
U.S. sending Hellfire missiles to Iraq, but this time not so quickly
The ten Canadian phrases that confuse our American counterparts include words like toque, mickey and single-payer health care
Great-granddaughter of cereal empire founder is Post-mortem
'Twas the week before playoffs and all through the sport / NFL hopefuls were coming up short / But postseason seeding is no cause for thanking / Well, not next to this week's ESPN Rankings
Bad news, Bears
Troy Aikman has had so many concussions that he thinks Kyle Orton is a better QB than Tony Romo
Researchers discover three metals that potentially lead to memory loss: copper, aluminum and heavy
10 cars which almost no women drive. It must be the rear end differential
Archaeologists find couple married for 3500 years. Or maybe it just seemed that long
Who wants to take a road trip to Washington this April and celebrate Nirvana day? I call shotgun
Sherlock Holmes is now in the public domain. Subette goes back to writing, "Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Leather Paddle Firmly Applied to Irene Adler's Bottom"
Coming this Christmas: "Obama's PR Monster Madness" See Joey B take the wheel and fight off a thousand ninjas. Michelle beats up reporters with organic radishes and BO like you've never seen him before, drinking with a giant Boehner because freedom
Obama's Christmas Day message to the country wishes everyone a "happy holidays", meaning that War on Christmas has taken the White House hostage and...oh, wait, he also wished everyone a "Merry Christmas"? HE'S PROMOTING RELIGION, IMPEACH HIM
Two-thirds of America thinks Congress is made up of a bunch of petulant children who don't care about their constituents and are willing to burn the world down to make their point. The other third of America must be related to those assholes
Chicago deploys ticket cameras, increasing business for local company that makes radar detectors and camera tracking app. Who says government and business can't work together?
NYSE proposes "kill switch" to catch high speed trading errors. Apparently it kicks in when computers start buying up any available Facebook stock
Girl gets an awesome new set of cans for Christmas
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