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Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2018-06-17 to Sat 2018-06-23 - freeloaders and Pythagoras, FARC and deflector shields
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Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2018-06-17 to Sat 2018-06-23:

img.fark.net  Guy charged with felonious assault with a rolling pin, because he thought his roommate's head really kneaded it

img.fark.net  Dirty domes, done dirt cheap

img.fark.net  Couple raising 14 boys say they have no regrets, clean socks

img.fark.net  "More than 150 people without drugs were kicked out of a Sydney festival" Good. Freeloaders

img.fark.net  Man smashes into Target, steals video games. Can't blame his behavior on video games because he didn't have them yet

img.fark.net  In the US, a lot of people are worried about lead contamination in their water. In Australia, they'e complaining about uranium contamination. Dang--they even have more deadly toxic waste

img.fark.net  Man dead in Long Beach Shooting. Police refuse to say how long the shooting was

img.fark.net  Researchers uncover how alcohol is good for your heart. Well, of course, the chemical basis for alcohol use in moderat- YOU DO YOUR STUDY, I'LL DO MINE

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img.fark.net  New Zealand's Prime Minister becomes the 2nd world leader in modern history to give birth while in office. You'd think a hospital would have been a better choice, but, to each their own

img.fark.net  Bomb threat forces London Charing Cross passengers to evacuate. They also had to leave the station

img.fark.net  Thief sends apology with $50 to Midvale City decades after theft of stop sign. He tried to deliver it earlier, but couldn't get in the door

img.fark.net  Man shows up at his own wake. Remains to be seen


Sports:

img.fark.net  Brewers pitcher hurls twice in relief

img.fark.net  Hug your children and say your prayers; this might be the end. The Mariners are a top five team

img.fark.net  Trotz trots after Capitals capitalize

img.fark.net  Arsenal to sign Leno, park a '54 Buick Roadmaster in goal

img.fark.net  In search of more regular playing time, Jack Wilshere announces he is leaving Arsenal after 17 years with club, immediately sprains finger ligament upon hitting the Send button

img.fark.net  Phillie Phanatic phires phrankphurter into phemale phan's phace. Phark is not your personal erotica site

img.fark.net  Reset the hotdog clock


Geek:

img.fark.net  Putting yourself in someone else's shoes won't help you understand them better. But you'll be more confident in your misunderstanding, plus you'll have their shoes

img.fark.net  Stonehenge builders used Pythagoras' theory 2000 years before Pythagoras was born. Which begs the question - what did they call it?

img.fark.net  This is a really fascinating article on cognition and confirmation bias that explains how...you know what? Forget it. On second thought the article isn't all that great

img.fark.net  Will self-driving cars in Boston be able to chase pedestrians back onto the sidewalk like human drivers do?


Entertainment:

img.fark.net  John Cleese describes Belgian audience as "fat, lazy, beer-sodden, pseudo-French bastards." On the positive side, they weren't Dutch

img.fark.net  Foo Fighters show interrupted by actual Foo Fighter. I want to believe

img.fark.net  Jane the College Benefactor


Politics:

img.fark.net  Conservative wins presidential election in Colombia. Sounds like bad news for FARC

img.fark.net  Roger Stone's new hobby: Reagan cosplay

img.fark.net  America: I'm doing a damn good job alienating my allies. Italy: Tieni la mia birra

img.fark.net  Corn: +4/bshl. Wheat: +3 1/16/bshl. Soybeans: -5/bshl. Pork bellies: +1 1/4. Iowa farmers' faces: +19

img.fark.net  Mitt Romney's developers distraught as their long worked on compassion subroutine turns out to be a giant failure

img.fark.net  House Republicans: "Deflector shields to maximum, captain"

img.fark.net  They keep coming out asking protesters to let ICE employees leave "so they can get home to their families"

img.fark.net  Trump administration considers upgrade from "chaotic evil" to "neutral evil." Still evil

img.fark.net  USA on the United Nations Human Rights Council: Screw this, I'm out of here. Russia: Oh look, free seat

img.fark.net  Republican Member unloads on Paul Ryan in explosive floor exchange. Good luck getting that mental image out of your noggin

img.fark.net  Republicans can't decide whether to eliminate the Department of Labor or the Department of Education. Trump: Why not both?

img.fark.net  I must've put a decimal point in the wrong place or something. I always do that. I always mess up some mundane detail

img.fark.net  "Trump is sabotaging a successful presidency." Oh? Whose?

img.fark.net  The mystery of Schrödinger's Coat

img.fark.net  The Blaze has been reduced to a dying, smoky ember


Business:

img.fark.net  When it comes to discrimination in the workplace, America's biggest companies take a pregnant pause

img.fark.net  I'm sorry, Mario, but our stock value increase is in another castle

img.fark.net  Get out your tiny, Viagra shaped, Lifelock scented, Nigerian violins for the global email marketers who now must reduce their activities by 80% or face massive fines by the EU. Bye guys, like your fantastic offers, we'll miss you

img.fark.net  So what you see in the showroom, you might not get / You can place your bets, but don't short TSLA yet / Why no Model 3 in your garage? Elon's tellin' y'all, it's sabotage

img.fark.net  Boeing lands $6.6 billion deal making planes for FedEx. Which raises the question - how are they going to be delivered?


Discussion:

img.fark.net  Does the Trolley Problem have a problem? Well, apart from making people more paranoid about riding a trolley

img.fark.net  What's the best beer cocktail? (Link goes to ten recipes)

img.fark.net  I've never heard of any of my favorite celebs, but they look good in bikinis
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2018-07-04 11:41:32 AM  
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2018-07-04 11:58:59 AM  

The Third Man: Hey, I got one!  Thank you Phark.


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