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Tour schedules updated after vet finds hair bands in dog, Burt's Bees founder dies of all-natural causes, and ↑ ↑↓ ↓← →← →BArbiturates: a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 7/5 - 7/11
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A few real standouts last week. Good work, submitters!
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2015-07-05 to Sat 2015-07-11:
Dennis Miller arrested for assault and endangerment after an investigation that was tougher than reading "The Tin Drum" in Icelandic to an arena of Justin Bieber fans with ADD
Mormon leader dies, will be baptized after death as a Catholic
Man wins $75,000 costume contest prize at Walmart
On this day in 1928, the greatest thing ever was first sold
Man claims he was hit in the genitals by a banana thrown from a car. Subsequent police investigation has been fruitless
Britain's fattest man who weighed 910 pounds has been laid to rest in a double sized coffin. His cremation will be on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
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Veterinarian finds 62 hair bands inside dog during surgery. Tour schedules updated
Welsh government responds to question about UFOs in Klingon. Or it could just be Welsh, no-one can tell
US Marshal caught having sex on the roof of a federal courthouse. Apparently every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in a six mile radius was unavailable
Target store accidentally broadcasts porn over their PA system. "Expect More ... More ... MORE"
The 'Godfather of BMX' found dead in homeless camp according to a spokes person
Women's World Cup Final was watched by 26.7 million Americans, beating the old record for a women's soccer TV audience by approximately 26,500,000
For the first time in decades, Tottenham fans will soon get to watch football in their own stadium
On this day in 1996, Dolly the Sheep was cloned. On this day in 1996, Dolly the Sheep was cloned. On this day in 1996, Dolly the Sheep was cloned (repeat 274 times)
g i g g i t y
A robot capable of jumping six times its own height has been given a fleshy skin covering to help it survive falls, blend into the human resistance
Reba McEntire sells Beverly Hills house for $22.25 million. The home has nine bathrooms, three of which are actually inside the house
Keith Richards' 1965 Bentley Continental is for sale and could reach $1 million. Said Richards, "I have a car?"
New trailer arrives for Batman v Superman v Wonder Woman v Lex Luthor v The Audience
Senator Warren tries to fark Obama with the SEC. We all know Obama is a Big 10 guy
Eric Holder admits that the Snowden leak led to positive changes in government surveillance as he places a pardon deal in a large live animal trap
Trump invited to have a sit-down with Obama
Burt's Bees founder dies of all natural causes
The Chinese stock market has lost over $3 trillion in the last few weeks. That's what happens when your workforce enters its teens
Land Rover recalls 65,000 vehicles for doors that suddenly pop open and sunroofs that fly off. Or as Chrysler calls those features, "factory air"
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