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Bodies found at a cemetery, the perils of naming a street after a former President, and why you never take baby and Mommy to the same baseball game. These are YOUR Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2017-06-18 to Sat 2017-06-24
Posted by ox45tallboy at 2017-07-05 4:40:36 PM (1 comment) | Permalink

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Welcome back to another edition of Fark's Headlines of the Week, where we bring you the funniest, craziest, and punniest headlines published each week. This week had some great Main page headlines, but we were a little weak in the Sports category. The more funny headlines you submit, the more likely you'll have one or more selected. As always, don't forget to click the little thumbs-up button in the comment header when you see one you like.

And so, the headlines...

Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2017-06-18 to Sat 2017-06-24:  Princess D'awww  No capes  Supreme Court strikes down sex offender social media ban. In other news... Hey guys, it's been a while but I'm back. Who wants a hug?  Police investigating after two bodies found at Chattanooga cemetery. Fear more bodies may be found  Venezuela changes its name to Grand Fenwick  Otto Warmbier's family declines autopsy, possibly because they're still alive  Canadian soldier sets new world record with a successful sniper shot at 2.1 miles. Proud Canadian army considers authorizing purchase of a second gun in celebration  Highway department installs massive zipper to open and close traffic lanes, threaten wienermobiles  This is why you don't buy children on an installment plan  Those 700 jobs Trump "saved" at +++CARRIER LOST+++  Man stabbed near Dick's. That's what happens when your pants fit like a glove  Children forced to flee playgrounds after attacks from a flock of seagulls. "I just ran, I ran so far away, I couldn't get away," said 8-year-old Horace Ipswitch of Sussex

Sports:  Jerome Bettis throws the NFL under himself  Mets fan grabs foul ball and will never have to take care of his baby ever again, except maybe through a court judgement  World Taekwondo Federation rebrands over acronym. WT...?

Geek:  Eat your heart out, Kubrick  Sigh *zip*  Study finds farmers are at higher risk for suicide than other occupations - which is odd, considering how many of them are out standing in their field

Entertainment:  Kim Kardashian responds to blackface controversy, which seems odd given that she and her sisters were the only KKK to let blacks in  Lucasfilm on the Han Solo movie: "Uh, everything's perfectly all right now. We're fine. We're all fine here now, thank you. How are you?"  Rogue One is bringing the Star Wars franchise to Netflix. Well beam me up, Scotty

Politics:  Russia calls US statement that Russian troops are occupying Eastern Ukraine, and we will not lift sanctions until they leave "Inappropriate and incorrect" and they are sure if President Trump just PEErs into the situation more closely, he will agree  Chinese spies? In MY Virginia?  Los Angeles may soon dedicate a street called Obama Boulevard. Motorists fear constant gridlock

Business:  Old Man Yells at Cloud based food delivery  Tata Group looking to buy an airline. Hooters Air spokesperson unavailable for comment  Judge in Uber vs. Google industrial espionage case orders a check of the rocker panels
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2017-07-06 12:17:54 AM  
Sorry that these are a week behind, guys. But we're all caught up now.
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