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Vaccines have gone airborne, python has virgin birth after getting tired of compiling, and Mitt Romney gets upgraded AI: a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 10/19 - 10/25
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Enjoy the headlines, everybody

Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2014-10-19 to Sat 2014-10-25:

img.fark.net  Thousands of bees drawn to overturned honey truck. Roadway cleanup becomes a police sting operation  

img.fark.net  Man fatally shot in Echo Park... atally shot in echo park... echo park ark ark  

img.fark.net  Paralyzed man walks again after having nasal tissue injected into his spine, is expected to be running constantly by cold and flu season  

img.fark.net  Hookin' in the boys room / Hookin' in the boys room / Nah, teacher don't you fill me up with your rules / 'Cause everybody knows that hookin' ain't allowed in school  

img.fark.net  Study indicates that vaccines have gone airborne  

img.fark.net  After getting a new steeple, church plans on opening its doors to the public and hopes to see all the people  

img.fark.net  Anti-abortion event at the Alamo forced to resort to plan B  

img.fark.net  Moth → flame; mosquito→ bug zapper; toddler→ claw toy machine  

img.fark.net  Official says the only real epidemic in the U.S. is fear. Well, maybe obesity, too. But mostly fear. Definitely not Ebola  

img.fark.net  Canadian Government decides on what new powers to give police. Super speed would be cool, but no capes  

img.fark.net  Unbeweaveable  


Sports:

img.fark.net  Wrigley Field bleacher demolition begins. First collapse at the stadium that didn't happen during the regular season  

img.fark.net  Steve Nash says his health issues aren't as bad this year, before collapsing in pain under the strain of talking  

img.fark.net  Former Harlem Globetrotter disappears during roadtrip. Police are currently investigating anyone who may have held a grudge against him and are working their way through the Washington Generals roster  


Geek:

img.fark.net  Dinosaur that was a cross between Barney and Jar Jar Binks may have been responsible for annoying other dinosaurs into extinction  

img.fark.net  Skype users will soon be able to conduct voice and video calls podderzhivayemyye tekhnologii , blizkom k real'nomu vremeni perevoda  

img.fark.net  Python's "virgin birth" produces six offspring without mating. Must have gotten tired of compiling  


Entertainment:

img.fark.net  Jude Law now expecting fifth child from third different mother. Apparently if the acting thing doesn't work he can always try out for the NBA  

img.fark.net  Beatles fan who lost out on owning John Lennon's childhood home wins auction for George Harrison's childhood home, admits it's an all-around better house, with solid foundation, great acoustics, no filler, and more enjoyable  

img.fark.net  The status of Bill and Ted 3 changes from day to day, most likely due to Alex Winter's extremely busy schedule  


Politics:

img.fark.net  Chuck Todd laments "Gotcha" journalism, click-bait. What he does next will blow your mind  

img.fark.net  Mitt Romney in high demand this election season. Users cite his upgraded AI and easy programmability for any occasion as reasons for wanting him  

img.fark.net  Joan Quigley, Ronald Reagan's personal astrologer, dies at 87 with Mars on the cusp of Gemini  


Business:

  IBM pays $1.5 billion to get out of the chip making business, will focus on its core competence of... WTF does IBM even do these days?  

img.fark.net  Oscar De La Muerta  

  Maximum 401(k) plan contributions to increase to $18,000 in 2015. Which is good news for the few Americans whose job pays more than $18,000 a year
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