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Where bears do their business, what's at the center of the Solar System, and an always helpful Merriam Webster. These are YOUR headlines Of The Week for Sun 2017-04-02 to Sat 2017-04-08
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Welcome back for another edition of Fark's Headlines of the Week. Each week we bring you the funniest, silliest, and most insightful headlines from the past week that we think deserve some recognition. The headlines are chosen by YOUR votes, so be sure to click that thumbs-up thingy in the comments header when you see one you like.

Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2017-04-02 to Sat 2017-04-08:  There once was a poet, Yevgeny / Respected by Russians a-plen'y / His health, it got worse / Now he's inked his last verse / And on each of his eyes lies a penny  U.S. Intelligence says ISIS has developed undetectable laptop computer explosives. Samsung immediately sues for copyright infringement  All those who booked, all that is gone, new rates to come, and everyone's needing to rebook their room, when the sun is eclipsed by the moon  He is risen  One 144-pound snake is scary, but 144 one-pound snakes would be gross  Milk tanker overturns on L.A. freeway leaving 7 injured, thousands crying  Ivanka Trump: "I don't know the meaning of the word 'complicit.'" Merriam-Webster: "HOLD MY FLAGON OF ALE I GOT THIS"  Bannon removed from National Security Council. Is it Christmas already?  A zipper-obsessed horse would be perfect for handling horse flies  Trump wags dog  Three bear cubs found locked inside a public washroom. Which means the answer to the age old question is not always in the woods  I can't believe it's not Fabio

Sports:  Henley beats Kang, Kodos inconsolable  Tony Romo to blow calls, fumble anecdotes, and turn it over to the wrong sideline reporter this season  Quite possibly the most accurate program guide description for a sporting event between two divisional rivals EVER

Geek:  NASA sending probe to center of solar system. The Sun is there  Meet Sally, your new talented salad tosser  Octopuses heavily armed in field of genetics

Entertainment:  Grab 'im by the wallet. You can do anything  Kim Kardashian introduces pool float shaped like her butt - and just like the person it's modeled after, the float contains nothing but air  David Schwimmer and his wife GO ON A BREAK

Politics:  Gorsuch Filibustered. Expected to respond as soon as he can find a speech to plagiarize  Trump does more in two months than two YEARS of Obama  ...solid food? Counting to five?

Business:  Verizon to rename merged AOL and Yahoo brands as "Oath." As if their users weren't already swearing  South African credit rating downgraded to African  Perhaps they should have gotten their customers to pay more
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3 Comments     (+0 »)
2017-04-12 04:50:34 PM  
First time I've made this in a bit.
2017-04-12 05:51:30 PM  
Woods Sun Dictionary? I don't get it.
2017-04-12 05:55:28 PM  
Weakest group of headlines in the post-Unfreakable era.

Hardly a chuckle among all of them.
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