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SCOTUS affirms Mitt Romney's healthcare plan, wildlife officials make little Boo Boo and euthanize wrong bear, and Toshiro Mifune honored with Hollywood star, letter opener: a few of Fark's favorite headlines of the week for 6/21 - 6/27
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Good morning everybody! Some fun headlines last week--enjoy!
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2015-06-21 to Sat 2015-06-27:
Multiple explosions and gunshots around the Afghan parliament in Kabul. Unclear if the suspects have some kind of mental illness
South Carolina decides to stop being a confederacy of dunces
Pope apologizes for the Catholic persecution of the Waldesians, which long-ago forced their founder, Waldo, into hiding
This house. Once it was a good house. Strong. Upright, a good house for man. A place to escape the midday sun by drinking many cold beers. But now this house has grown weak, and old. To fix up this house, that would be a good thing
You''d think having your boat struck by lightning and destroyed in the ensuing fire would be bad enough, but noooo. Then you'd think that having your house hit by lightning and burning down would be bad enough, but noooo
17 year old invents an ingenious way to instantly stop the bleeding, is immediately contacted by physicians, hospitals, Philadelphia Phillies
Mud race ends in diarrhea outbreak. How could they tell?
After teen is attacked in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, wildlife biologists euthanize wrong bear. Officials admit the mistake, but say it was only a small Boo Boo
People in upstate New York reported to be up to 50% safer, according to reports
Homeless woman kidnaps children to teach them how to steal, pickpocket, and live on the street. What the dickens?
New study suggests that the illness known as "porn addiction" isn't real. Subby will be back with DIT in about 5-7 minutes
Pennsylvania brewery to sell Joe Paterno beer, reportedly marketed to underage drinkers
Sepp Blatter has denied saying he will resign as FIFA president and will be making a statement from outside his new mansion in Qatar shortly
Hope Solo continues to beat people
30% of data center servers are using energy but functionally dead, not having been accessed in six months. Also known as "Yahoo"
Two teens (aged 13 and 14) won an award for inventing a condom that changes color in the presence of STDs. Clap for them
Thanks to vaccines and science, polio only remains in three countries. But soon, it will only plague two countries. Vaccines. Is there anything they can't do? Oh, yes; there is one thing they absolutely cannot do: CAUSE AUTISM
Now THIS is pod racing
86 was enough
Toshiro Mifune to be honored posthumously on Hollywood Walk of Fame with star, letter opener
SCOTUS affirms Mitt Romney's healthcare plan by a vote of 6-3, much to the relief of Republicans everywhere
SUPREME COURT ALLOWS HOMOSEXUALS TO DESTROY THE FABRIC OF AMERICAN SOCIETY by allowing them to, you know, settle down, buy a minivan in the suburbs and be boring like everybody else
The tiny nation of Pitcairn Island also legalized same-sex marriage this week, with officials saying it was the Christian thing to do
McDonald's introduces "McBike" drive-through bags for all none of the people who love both cycling and McDonald's food
Old Navy introduces fashion line for bloggers that inexplicably includes pants
Many Greeks unable to go ATM today
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