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North Korea has the ability to produce its own Fat Little Boy, man shot outside furniture store means officers don't need to give chaise, and Mean Girls mansion might fetch $12 million: a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 5/17 - 5/23
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Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2015-05-17 to Sat 2015-05-23:

img.fark.net  To circumcise or not to circumcise, that is the question / Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous lawyers' fees / Or to take arms against a sea of judgments / And by opposing flee them

img.fark.net  Crayola tells people to stop using colored pencils as eyeliner, looks accusingly at Sharpie

img.fark.net  Federal agents shoot man outside furniture store in order to avoid giving chaise

img.fark.net  Best Korea claims to be able to produce its own Fat Little Boy

img.fark.net  One in seven people on the planet still live without electricity. No one had any idea that Duke Energy had that many customers

img.fark.net  Epileptic girl's seizures cut by 80 percent after parents move to Colorado. "Thank you cannabis," say parents. "Best parents ever," says daughter

img.fark.net  Man erects 14-foot cross in Pakistan billed as "bullet-proof." Or, perhaps in Urdu they use the same word for "proof" as "magnet"

img.fark.net  More than a quarter of a middle-aged person's skin is "on the road to cancer", which was coincidentally the worst Hope/Crosby film ever

img.fark.net  Six out of eleven "Extra Virgin" olive oils tested don't meet standards, have apparently been seen hanging out with the Canola oils...and we all know how shameless Canadian oils are

img.fark.net  Slow speed police pursuit behind a Mustang convertible with "Victory Parade" on door. To be followed by Taser party and then excessive force fiesta

img.fark.net  He got better


Sports:

img.fark.net  In cricket news, Dhoni fined after criticizing umpire. Shut the f*ck up, Dhoni

img.fark.net  Coco Crisp goes back on the disabled list after his neck goes snap, crackle, pop

img.fark.net  Minor league team offers a pizza with hot dogs baked into the crust. Any fan who can eat a whole pie gets to be carted off on the seventh inning stretcher


Geek:

img.fark.net  Offshore wind turbines may put seals' hearing at risk, drive them a little bit crazy

img.fark.net  Men who orgasm every day "have lower risk of prostate cancer," which means Farkers are at higher risk of being struck by a meteor while riding a pogo stick on a fishing boat in the Indian Ocean

img.fark.net  Scientists pin. Pointthepart of the...brain. That is sensitive, to, timing ofspeech


Entertainment:

img.fark.net  Fast with his wood, Australian wins big lumberjack off

img.fark.net  Mansion from Mean Girls goes on sale. Owners are hoping to fetch $12 million

img.fark.net  Happy Birthday to Robert Moog. Stand up and give him a sine wave


Politics:

img.fark.net  South Carolina passes necessary abortion restrictions before it can address road repair bill. Because apparently they're filling potholes with newborns down there

img.fark.net  Study finds that lawmakers only listen to the loudest, most batshiat crazy among us, finally explains Louie Gohmert

img.fark.net  Canada's national pension posts 18.7% gain, outraging liberals who demand divestment from fossil fuels, nuclear, Israel, fast food, tobacco, guns, knives, forks, spoons, triggering books, and anything that has ever made money for any reason ever


Business:

img.fark.net  El Pollo Loco earnings are rising faster than a speeding pullet

img.fark.net  Paypal slapped with a $25 million fine by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for not acting like your buddy, pal

img.fark.net  Five of the world's largest banks, including Barclays, J.P. Morgan Chase, and Citigroup, will pay more than $5 billion in fines for illegal currency manipulation. Reports indicate that as many as 8 couch cushions had to be overturned to fund payment
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2015-05-25 01:57:21 PM  
Not enough vowels in the headlines this week.
 
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