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Pontius Pilate's offline version of Pinterest, man comes into money, and Obama's military response to Bush v. Gore: a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 5/18 - 5/24
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I like putting these together every week because it's fun to go back through and see all the great headlines. Some weeks are stronger than others, though, and this was an exceptionally strong week for the main page headlines. It was really difficult to winnow this week's batch down to just 11 good headlines, I see several that could easily make it to the Headline of the Year contest. Well done all around, Farkers.
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2014-05-18 to Sat 2014-05-24:
Christians start religious Pinterest site, 1981 years after Pontius Pilate's offline version
Tennessee man arrested for attempting to have sex with ATM. Apparently he fantasized about coming into money
Human albino gene found in dogs. Well, he always did like to spend time in his lab
Possibly a little too soon, the Malaysian Airline disaster has been turned into a movie. In fairness it has dropped off everyone's radar
Man found drug dealers in neighborhood too much to Handel, so he finally baroque down and began blasting classical music from his balcony to drive them away. He hopes they're Haydn it so much they won't come Bach
University of Chicago neurologist arrested for public indecency. The nerve
Obama finally offers military response to Bush v. Gore: US troops deployed to Chad
Thai fighters take over the government. Death Star construction still behind schedule
French mayor loses his oui oui
Kale is one of the most popular boys names in California, although some parents still name the little rascal Alfalfa
Violin offender arrested for missing G string
Cavaliers defy 1.7% odds to get the 1st pick in the NBA draft again. Mock drafts already have them drafting Johnny Manziel
NFL likely to add two more teams to the playoffs for 2015, award participation ribbons to the three teams that don't make the playoffs
Yu Darvish throws a 55 mph eephus curveball to Torii Hunter, who can't believe his ii's
Researchers study mice to see how they run
U.N. official says that junk food is just as bad as cigarettes. And twice as hard to keep lit
Don Levine, one of the creators of the action figure, dies at age 86. No service is planned as he will be sealed in plastic, AFA graded, and placed on a shelf
Hugh Jackman reveals he had to wear a cocksock during the filming of his nude scenes for the latest X-Men movie, because his penis kept popping out and going 'SNIKT' at the most inopportune times
George Clooney asks Matt Damon to be his best man. Somewhere, Brad Pitt is screaming into a pillow
Headlines that lie: "Elle Fanning says what we're all thinking about Angelina Jolie." False: There's nothing in her comments about baby oil, satin sheets, knives or a leopard
And so it Benghazis
Obama to explain necessity of drone strikes on U.S. citizens: "Hey, we had to put Kerry to good use somehow"
Cleveland still in the running for the GOP convention, because when you think "Great history of winning" you think "Cleveland"
AT&T looks to buy DirecTV for $48 billion, streamlining operations so your calls and TV signal will drop simultaneously
New business airline wants to land travellers on water, even though Malaysian Airlines appears to have that market locked up
HP tells 16,000 workers to cache out
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