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Pope found to not be infallible, Australia now stalking Indonesia, and the Small-Handed Talking Yam of Evil & Chaos: some of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 7/24 - 7/30
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Happy Monday, folks.
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2016-07-24 to Sat 2016-07-30:
Stroh's beer returning to Detroit. If you've been holding out for the taste of sadness in a can, you're in luck
Thorbjörn Fälldin, former Prime Minister of Sweden, dies at the age of 90. He'll be remembered fondly as a formidable leader in the post-war era, and as the namesake for a tasteful birch-wood dining room ensemble
TV psychic Miss Cleo dead at 53 from a battle with cancer. Funny, I didn't think astrology was her thing
Church musician busted after putting his penis through a glory hole in a public bathroom. But in fairness, he IS an organist
Pope Francis is not infallible
Man tries to hide 7 grams of cocaine under his foreskin, but it slowly "emerged." Dick move
OC-135B is the name of my U2 cover band
Pilot dies in tragic crop duster accident. Police searching for a tall man in a grey suit who was seen loitering in the area just prior to the crash
Woman taking court-ordered class on decision-making is arrested after trying to escape through the ceiling tiles. What have we learned?
Six Michigan state employees criminally charged in Flint water crisis. Potential penalties range from fines, to imprisonment, to being sent to Detroit
Australia to update local coordinates over tectonic shift, as it moves seven cm northwards each year. It's true, not only is everything down under out to kill you, even the continent itself is stalking Indonesia
Aroldis Chapman last seen heading to the Cubs at 105 MPH
NHL commissioner refuses to believe there's a link between concussions and CTE, also that hockey players lose all their teeth because they just keep refusing to floss
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott acquitted of DUI, after breathalizer test registers only three tenths of a Manziel
Netflix and Kill
Hackers can record everything you type on your cheap wireless keybo -- www.pornhub.com/fatgranny
They used to make bullets by pouring molten lead through sieves at the top of a tower. While it was difficult to convince enemies to stand at the bottom of the tower to get shot, the promise of free cake and ice cream was usually sufficient
How to act drunk. Soon to be revised into a Fark.com Community Players how-to pamphlet and FARQ posting guidline update entitled "How To Act, Drunk"
Justin Timberlake slapped at tournament. I don't know what sport this is, but I'm in
Pink Floyd to release 27-disc set of their early years, encompassing a total of 12 songs
Obama says he'll be voting for Donald Trump
Mike Pence says there is no place in politics for name calling, except when the Small Handed Talking Yam of Evil & Chaos does it
Donald Trump vows "no more Mr. Nice Guy," says he's "taking the gloves off." So if you know a 5-year-old who needs some gloves, now's his chance
Companies using "reverse mentoring" to help older employees learn from Millennials. Subjects to include Snapchat, living with your parents, and just what the heck a Pokemon is anyway
The six most shorted stocks on the NYSE. Things not looking good for Sprint, GE, and House Arryn
Microsoft gives another 2,850 employees a free update of Pink Slip 10
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