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Dead crows littering streets of Spokane could be a murder, Baruch assault, and Orioles rookie goes from Triple-A to AAA: a few of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 9/13 - 9/19
Posted by Unfreakable at 2015-09-21 9:36:09 AM (3 comments) | Permalink
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Happy Monday, everyone. Lots of great headlines this week (and a couple that I personally liked that didn't quite make the cut). Enjoy!

Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2015-09-13 to Sat 2015-09-19:  Oh shi... Klaatu Barada N... Necktie... Neckturn... Nickel... It's an "N" word, it's definitely an "N" word  Schwarzenegger to reinvent Terminator franchise next year  Frat brothers face murder charges as hazing death is upgraded from Baruch assault; doo-pa-dee do  British court sentences couple for performing sex acts on each other on a crowded train. They got off in Chelmsford  Obama invites suspected bomber to the White House  A plan to build dozens of six-hundred foot tall wind turbines has divided the town of Yates, NY. Half say they will cause health issues and lower house prices while the others are really big fans  Pilot diverts a trans-Atlantic flight full of passengers for a single chili dog  Abnormally aggressive skunk prompts rabies quarantine after biting woman, relentlessly pursuing cat with unfortunate stripe of paint  No longer blinded by the fright, revved-up Ducey nabs his gunner in the night  Dead crows litter streets of Spokane. Officials try to determine if it was a murder  Drug lord transported heroin in Apple Jacks boxes, felt using Honey Smacks would be too obvious

Sports:  NFL to reinstate Patriots equipment workers suspended for Deflategate. However, they won't be getting any back pay since they both are paid a flat salary  Orioles rookie pitcher helps a fan change a flat tire, goes from Triple-A to AAA  Just like the average Farker, Braves can't make it to second base

Geek:  Man invents lamp that runs on human blood. No, that's not a type-O  $4,000 bed shaped like the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon. You came in that thing?  Australian seal spotted surfing humpback whale. Surfback whale looks back worriedly

Entertainment:  Keith Richards: "(coughing fit) (inaudible) new Stones album (lights cigarette) farking hell, mate"  Woman accuses Chris Brown of assaulting her. No word if he'll beat these allegations too  New ABC show will have full frontal nudity, although parts may be fuzzy

Politics:  "Fiorina finds her fans." Dell executives?  Bernie Sanders tells college students to "stand with the poor." Which they'll definitely have a chance to do once they graduate  House passes bill to defund Planned Parenthood which is not expected to come to term, however hopes are high that parts of the bill can be salvaged for research

Business:  You know, maybe flying jetliners with Rebel Alliance insignia on them isn't the best idea in Southeast Asia. It's just asking for a Thai fighter attack  In legal news, KitKat badly whacked, gives the court a bone  The Chinese will be helping to build new railroads in America. Voluntarily this time
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3 Comments     (+0 »)
2015-09-21 12:32:45 PM  
I actually got one.
2015-09-21 01:11:36 PM  
I keep reading the one about Seattle as 'dead COWSlittering the streets ...
2015-09-21 02:55:17 PM  
Someone should count them.. sing some songs..
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