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Odie humanity, wrecka mecca crane, and why we can't have gneiss things: a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 9/6 - 9/12
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Happy Monday, folks. Enjoy the headlines!
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2015-09-06 to Sat 2015-09-12:
Child's remains found in Garfield Park. Odie humanity
There's junk mail. There's hate mail. There's snail mail. And now there's web-based mail. Nightmarish, nightmarish web-based mail
Subby, 99, dead of natural causes
Two tons of cocaine disguised as printer ink seized, police note the low declared value tipped them off
Surfer breaks neck in four places. Dude, why did you even go to the other three?
Allowing 14 year olds to anonymously submit questions live on the big screen during school assembly goes about as weHITLER WAS AN OK GUY
Retired tennis star James Blake receives first grand slam courtesy of NYPD
Texas woman manages to reinvent the term "vaginal discharge"
Wrecka mecca crane, make a giant hole
Study finds that married men who watch porn are more likely to be feminist. It's like 10,000 poons when all you need is your wife
Rock art vandalized by college geology students. This is why we can't have gneiss things
Lewis Hamilton wins Italian Grand Prix amidst tire pressure controversy. Roger Goodell imposes four-game suspension on Tom Brady
NFL drops roman numerals for Super Bowl 50, mainly because they couldn't figure out how to translate 'L' into 'PSI'
Cardinals catcher suspended 80 games for taking the best PEDs in baseball
Apple introduces Surface Pro and OK Google at press conference today
Anthony Bourdain has master bladesmith melt down a meteorite to forge him a +5 Knife of Vegetable Slaying
Behold the 'King Missile' octopus
Bond It Like Beckham
TV weatherman absolutely nails the (Headline has a word that's too long; try adding some spaces)
Harry-Potter-themed bar opens in Toronto. Obliviate Lastnighticus
Kerri Russell could escalate the Sybian conflict
KY judge redeems his "Free Kim Davis" coupon
Rick Perry drops out of 2016 presidential race due to low polling numbers, low fundraising totals, and um, I forgot the third reason. Oops
Heineken to start brewing beer
Grocery store chain Haggen, which went from 18 to 164 stores overnight after buying Albertson's and Safeway's leftovers, is entering the next chapter of their expansion
2016 Chevy Malibu includes technology that allows parents to track how their teens are driving. Difficulty: Getting a teenager to be seen driving around in a Chevy Malibu
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