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Sun November 28, 2010
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(Sign On San Diego)   The good news: Americans spent lots of money shopping this Thanksgiving weekend. The bad news: Americans are all done with their holiday shopping  (signonsandiego.com) (163)
(Fox News)   Guatcamole  (foxnews.com) (98)
(Some Guy)   Surely, you can't be serious. Leslie Nielsen is dead at 84  (cjob.com) (941)
(News.com.au)   Officers tase man who tried to crack open poker machines. He is royally flush with embarrassment  (news.com.au) (20)
(Some Guy)   A Reuters journalist captures the moment a dog falls off a ledge created by torrential rains  (vkmag.com) (88)
(Wall Street Journal)   Photoshop these Lenins  (online.wsj.com) (46)
(Sun Sentinel)   Would you pay $800 to rent a wheelchair that retails for $350? Well Medicare would  (sun-sentinel.com) (194)
(Denver Post)   Colorado taverns will have to stop selling beer with a certain alcohol content. That is, below a number pulled out of the collective ass of the convenience store lobby  (denverpost.com) (147)
(YouTube)   Step 1: let high school nerd set up robotics club, raise money, buy equipment. Step 2: Shut down club. Step 3: Profit  (youtube.com) (137)
(Daily Mail)   Marijuana joins cell phones, trees, oxygen, tanning beds, and water as causing cancer. Will the reefer madness never end?  (dailymail.co.uk) (188)
(Breitbart.com)   "Personally, my anti-bullying message would be to knock a bully on his ass, because pacifism doesn't deter knuckle-dragger." Ah, the logic and rationale of a Breitbart columnist   (bighollywood.breitbart.com) (257)
(Some Guy)   Large billboard outside Lincoln Tunnel calls Christmas a myth. The campaign is sponsored by the American Atheists, a non-prophet organization  (newyork.cbslocal.com) (918)
(CNN)   Shooting video at a TSA checkpoint? Here's what you should know  (articles.cnn.com) (359)
(Dayton Daily News)   Lazy woman caught using her mother's handicapped parking placard says she needs her own but can't afford it, which would be a good argument except for the fact that they are FREE  (daytondailynews.com) (297)
(New York Daily News)   Man who has kept his great-aunt's cremation on ice for nearly three months believes the 105-year-old has spoken to him from beyond the grave to tell him she has changed her mind  (nydailynews.com) (34)
(The New York Times)   Want to make your online business tops in Google search results? Do you...C) Garner horrible feedback reviews, threaten customers and email them pictures of their own residence so they know YOU know where they live?  (nytimes.com) (122)
(Google)   Macau casino mogul bids $330,000 for two truffles, must be quite the fun guy  (google.com) (30)
(News.com.au)   Pilot suing Australian government for $45 million after they took the Mike Nifong approach to prosecution  (news.com.au) (72)
(Fosters.com)   A University of New Hampshire professor thinks she did something amazing by furnishing her home with all used items. Subby beat her by furnishing his first home with nothing but milk crates  (fosters.com) (137)
(Some Guy)   Photoshop this circular driveway  (bigpicture.ru) (24)
(Statesman)   I'm not old enough to drink, but BY GOD I'm old enough to carry a gun  (statesman.com) (153)
(Dayton Daily News)   As the economy goes south, more and more white collar workers are looking to the 'challenge' of food service work. Would you like fries with that Master's degree?  (daytondailynews.com) (134)
(NYPost)   Passengers gripe that Select Buses that are supposed to speed bus passengers' trips say that the speediest thing about the service is how quickly officers ticket customers who can't get their receipts out fast enough  (nypost.com) (55)
(NPR)   Clearly, this is not Sparta  (npr.org) (75)
(Some Guy)   How to spoil Christmas one faux pas at a time  (spokesman.com) (112)
(TBO)   Straighten the onion on your belt and yell at a cloud. Whacking Day is in full "swing"  (www2.tbo.com) (18)
(Washington Post)   Maryland bloodsucker tries to bloodsuck the bloodsuckers  (washingtonpost.com) (17)
(My Fox Orlando)   There was one beauty queen too many at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade when uninvited Miss New York Davina Reeves crashed Miss USA Rima Fakih's float  (myfoxorlando.com) (38)
(Gizmag)   Boeing mass producing near 40% efficient solar panels. BP to buy out patent in 3, 2, 1  (gizmag.com) (172)
(WTAE-TV)   If you've locked yourself out of your house, do you a) ask a friend with a spare key to unlock it, b) break a window and get back in, or c) set the house on fire and ask firefighters to let you in  (thepittsburghchannel.com) (24)
(Daily Mail)   Female passenger subjected to patdown after panty liner shows up on body scanner. Period. End of story  (dailymail.co.uk) (264)
(Google)   Woman claims she owns the sun and will charge people to use it. Exccccellent  (google.com) (114)
(LA Times)   Two-legged dog finds home. HE CAN MAKE IT ON HIS OWN, 'CAUSE HE HAS THE HEART OF A CHAMPION  (latimes.com) (48)
(Daily Standard)   Not news: 87-year-old has been married five times. News: had four wives at once, and still has two of them. Fark: She's a woman  (standardmedia.co.ke) (27)
(CSMonitor)   Cyber Monday looming: The day everyone shops online from work because they don't have fast internet connections at home. Welcome to 1996  (csmonitor.com) (45)
(WFTV)   You run a UPS. To cut costs do you: C) Open shop in a residential neighborhood house  (wftv.com) (126)
(TwinCities.com)   Printing an advertisement for your bar that invites patrons to "Drink like an Indian" might ruffle a few feathers  (twincities.com) (94)
(Wall Street Journal)   Photoshop this hands-on approach  (online.wsj.com) (18)
(Daily Mail)   Known for practicing child sacrifice, cannibalism, and possibly being one of the world's most evil men, meet Liberia's former warlord: General Butt Naked  (dailymail.co.uk) (189)
(BBC)   Study shows that emergency room visits increase when the weather gets colder. Also, when it gets hotter. Hope that helps  (bbc.co.uk) (41)
(Some Guy)   Not News: celebrity auctions his car for charity. Fark: Ahmadinejad  (autoblog.com) (35)

Sat November 27, 2010
(Some Guy)   Samuel Gravely Jr.: born in segregation, became the first black man to command a US Navy ship, the first black admiral, and now he is the first black man for whom a Navy ship is named  (hamptonroads.com) (148)
(Some Guy)   North Korea deploys SA-2 surface-to-air missiles to their west coast as U.S.-South Korean war games get underway  (news.asiaone.com) (463)
(MSN)   Photoshop this weightlifter  (msnbcmedia.msn.com) (34)
(Some Ad Guy)   Orangina caters to the Furry freak market with this bizarre new campaign  (adsoftheworld.com) (341)
(Gizmodo)   Teacher in Massachusetts wants to ban pencils and pens so students won't have the materials "to build weapons"  (gizmodo.com) (134)
(Platzie.com)   For a 14 hour period blogger let anyone tell him what to do. Here are the results  (platzie.wordpress.com) (92)
(Some Guy)   Der Spiegel leaks Wikileaks details: over 250,000 State Department documents from 1966-2010. Six percent "SECRET." Release date: Sunday 11/27 at 22:30 Berlin time  (wlcentral.org) (185)
(SFGate)   The Sixties turned 50 this year. Are they still relevant to us, or were they all just a collection of Billy Joel-ready pop culture cliches?  (sfgate.com) (131)
(The Times of India)   Very old hotness: lesbian. Old hotness: bisexual. New hotness: flexisexual   (timesofindia.indiatimes.com) (168)
(Gizmodo)   For the past three years, guy in Australia has been mistakenly getting email invites to Thanksgiving dinner with family in Florida he doesn't know. This year he decided to track them down and take them up on their offer  (gizmodo.com) (82)
(Life.com)   The coolest thing Detroit ever did for the world was A) build the Corvette Stingray, B) unleash Iggy and the Stooges, or C) win World War II  (life.com) (133)
(CBC)   Three Canadian men set snow-kite expedition world record for their 3120 km wind-powered jaunt across Greenland's ice cap  (cbc.ca) (17)
(LA Times)   Behold America's first illegal alien to graduate from law school. Should he stay or should he go?  (latimes.com) (368)
(The New York Times)   With their presoaked filters and vacuum siphons, coffee-making geeks are ruining coffee for the rest of us, "turning simple acts of nourishment into complicated rituals of self-congratulation"  (nytimes.com) (219)
(io9)   In this recently unearthed letter, Gene Roddenberry defends his rejected Star Trek pilot. It seems legitimate and doesn't appear to be a khan on the fans  (io9.com) (146)
(Sun Sentinel)   How cute. A little otter just waddled up to me. I wonder if he's hungry or OWWWW GET IT OFF MY LEG  (sun-sentinel.com) (51)
(Houston Chronicle)   Judge orders Houston not to take down red light cameras or forgive fines until he comes up with a reason to throw out referendum banning camera enforcement  (chron.com) (123)
(Sun Sentinel)   Developers unearth an ancient Indian burial ground and relocate the remains to a different site. If there's any truth to Hollywood, this will not end well  (sun-sentinel.com) (50)
(New York Daily News)   Blood thirsty dogs unite Greenwich Village chess guys and drug dealers following attacks on squirrels just minding their own little squirrel business  (nydailynews.com) (31)
(Free Press)   To all you anti-smoking zealots out there, congratulations: Smoking bans are hurting charities that raise funds through bingo and card games. "Gamblers are smokers"  (freep.com) (235)
(Canoe)   Photoshop this bukket-o-kittehs for Caturday  (cnews.canoe.ca) (70)
(WHDH)   It's just your typical "shoppers looking for great Black Friday deals on pot, rip off honor student drug dealer who shoots their car with crossbow" story. Look for it again next year  (www1.whdh.com) (27)
(Lynn Daily Item)   Boy sues teacher for all sorts of legal stuff, but really because she dumped him, her boyfriend of four years, once he turned 18 (with pic of now available teacher)  (thedailyitemoflynn.com) (118)
(ABC News)   FedEx assures us all that they are highly experienced in transporting dangerous materials and the missing radioactive rods have been found  (abcnews.go.com) (34)
(AFP)   While all eyes are focused on Best and Worst Korea, guess who just fired up their first atomic power plant?  (news.yahoo.com) (113)
(Some Guy)   Photoshop this Siena sky  (wvs.topleftpixel.com) (41)
(LA Times)   They don't measure marijuana busts in street value anymore. They measure it in number of joints. Current exchange rate: 850,000 joints per ton  (latimes.com) (93)
(Reuters)   North Korea responds to news of civilian deaths during shelling by saying that South Korea shouldn't use human shields by letting civilians build houses and cities on the island. Yes, seriously  (reuters.com) (197)
(kvue.com)   Over 2,700 Thanksgiving meals are delivered to homeless animals, thanks to a support group, a clinic, and a pet food manufacturer. Yes, that includes dogs, but the cats are busy sleeping off their turkey and are willing to share this Caturday  (kvue.com) (491)
(The Sun)   Iceland's infamous Eyjafjallajokull volcano ruins Charlie Brown's Halloween for a couple thousand years  (thesun.co.uk) (80)
(io9)   Cthulhu found on the gravestone of a minister who died 300 years ago. I guess it's true; it's always in the last place you look  (io9.com) (151)
(The Morning Call)   Anti-violence rally turns violent  (mcall.com) (49)
(PennLive)   Hershey Chocolate sues competitor Mars for trademark and copyright infringement, because Mars' wrappers contain "several shades of brown". ON A CHOCOLATE WRAPPER  (pennlive.com) (75)
(Daily Mail)   Prisoner escapes from Tennessee jail by: A) picking the lock B) bribing the guard C) squeezing his body through the 4 1/2" jail bars  (dailymail.co.uk) (37)
(Daily Mail)   School yearbooks are fun to look at and share with relatives. But don't you hate it when the school puts those black rectangles over the kids' eyes so the pictures can't be used by paedophiles?  (dailymail.co.uk) (123)
(Chicago Sun-Times)   Terrified citizen calls the bomb squad about a suspicious package. Bomb squad disarms a deadly rolling pin - D'Ough!  (suntimes.com) (13)
(BBC)   Village of Llansanffraid was spelled Llansantffraid since the 1800's, until the Powys council dropped the "t". Most villagers now want the "t" back. The others don't really give a shi  T-Shirt  (bbc.co.uk) (27)
(KCTV 5)   Move over, black Friday; more people are shopping for bargains on Thanksgiving, giving rise to the new busiest shopping day of the year, Taupe Thursday  (kctv5.com) (41)
(Some Flatbed)   Photoshop this colossal Converse®  (bigpicture.ru) (20)
(Some Guy)   "Just last weekend a woman pulled into the station parking lot honking her horn. She couldn't figure how to get the door to her BMW open. She couldn't get out of her car"  (pittsburghlive.com) (63)
(Minneapolis Star Tribune)   War on Christmas taken to new level  (startribune.com) (385)
(Daily Mail)   Protip: When playing something described as a "stabbing game", make sure your knife-proof vest is really knife-proof  (dailymail.co.uk) (28)
(ABC News)   Alabama AG: There's no INTERNATIONAL standard for double jeopardy, so I'm gonna charge this guy with murder, even though he did time in Australia for it  (abcnews.go.com) (96)
(Yahoo)   South Africa is the Rapiest Rape Capital in the History of Rape. Rape  (news.yahoo.com) (197)
(The Smoking Gun)   The first criminal shares our opinion over late Mugshot Roundups  (thesmokinggun.com) (87)
(Daily Mail)   So which is worse: the mother who leaves her kid home alone to go on a drunken night-time car ride or her friend who brought her two kids along?  (dailymail.co.uk) (15)

Fri November 26, 2010
(Some Guy)   Marine stabbed at Best Buy. Happy Black Friday everyone  (chronicle.augusta.com) (112)
(FARK)   Photoshop Theme: Bacon Makes Everything Better  (fark.com) (52)
(YouTube)   It's funny how early punk seems so not-hardcore - even innocent - by today's standards: Dead Kennedies, Live 1979  (youtube.com) (564)
(Gizmodo)   7 best deep fried turkey disasters  (gizmodo.com) (136)
(AP)   Indiana residents question Ohio manure imports, John Cougar Mellencamp's talent  (hosted.ap.org) (17)
(Washington Post)   Palin responds to her "our ally North Korea" gaffe. Does she: A) apologize for the mix up? B) point out that it was obvious what she really meant, or C) post a list of every gaffe or slip of the tongue Obama's ever made  (voices.washingtonpost.com) (797)
(Beatcalls)   The suspect is described as a male, between 40 to 50 years old, with a gray "five o'clock" shadow beard, and, oh yeah, a sword sticking out of his leg  (beatcalls.com) (32)
(Yahoo)   North Korea warns region on brink of war upon hearing Walmart is out of Hamilton Beach crock pots  (news.yahoo.com) (148)
(Telegraph)   The lazy have just enough energy to drag the working class to the bottom  (telegraph.co.uk) (146)
(Jacksonville.com)   NOT COOL: Neighbor comes over and catches you eating brownies and surfing internet porn. FARK COOL: It's not your house, so you chase him out with the owner's gun  (jacksonville.com) (22)
(Des Moines Register)   You install some giant, spiky, metal towers at a public intersection for$3 million and suddenly everyone's an art critic  (desmoinesregister.com) (104)
(Some Guy)   One of life's great mysteries: Why "Sweet Caroline" - a song that has nothing to do with sports - gets played so often at various college and professional games  (post-gazette.com) (116)
(Some Idiots)   After camping out for a week in front of Best Buy, crazy lady and her family score big with their purchases of...a Nook (electronic reader), a wireless router, gift cards, DVDs and a label maker  (baynews9.com) (135)
(CNN)   Hey hipster: that iPad was reduced to $458, so get on that single gear fixie, grab your shoulder bag, and ride down to Target to celebrate African American Friday, hipster. The new Arcade Fire is on sale too, hipster  (us.cnn.com) (187)
(Some Guy)   Elton John hints he may perform at Prince William's royal wedding, not clear if he'll perform on grand piano or a large upright organ  (digitalspy.com) (69)
(wwlp.com)   Worker fired for trying to improve McDonald's food  (wwlp.com) (41)
(The Morning Call)   If you can't trust a convicted robber to return from work release, who can you trust?  (mcall.com) (15)
(Some Guy)   Newly released tapes regarding SF Zoo tiger maulings indicate nachos might have played crucial part in attack  (sfexaminer.com) (83)
(Some Guy)   If you're going to let your kid play Petville on Facebook, make sure that you sign out of your Paypal account first  (littleabout.com) (55)
(Post Crescent)   Zombie horde overwhelms Toys R Us  (postcrescent.com) (62)
(NW Florida Daily News)   In Black Friday shoplifting news, Walmart visitor filches an underground fence, a case of Bud Light, a Shark steam mop, a window fan, a Shark garment steamer and a can of motor oil  (nwfdailynews.com) (46)
(Some Guy)   Photoshop this daring cycler   (bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com) (28)
(Toronto Star)   According to a 100% unbiased independent investigation, all police activity during the G20 in Toronto was completely lawful. Those protesters just... fell  (thestar.com) (257)
(Engadget)   Behold the future, as the official mileage of the Chevy Volt is announced: a whopping 37mpg  (engadget.com) (408)
(My Fox DC)   Virginia returns 100 acres of land to indian tribe. We're good now, yes?  (myfoxdc.com) (43)
(UPI)   FedEx has misplaced a radioactive package. Sorry, Tennessee  (upi.com) (63)
(Yahoo)   A story just like "the Full Monty" except with hot Mexican stewardess instead of dumpy british steelworkers so-hello? is anyone still reading this hello?  (news.yahoo.com) (64)
(The New York Times)   Well a lovely good day to you Sir or Madam. Where, may I ask, can I have this fine opportunity to motor you to your final destination, post haste?  (nytimes.com) (18)
(UPI)   Brewer going to court because the government won't let him put the Pledge of Allegiance on beer bottles  (upi.com) (79)
(Yahoo)   Russian Parlianment to Poland: The Katyn Forest Massacre? Yeah that actually WAS us and not the Nazis, sorry for denying it for the last 65 years  (news.yahoo.com) (91)
(Washington Post)   "Why don't you just go ahead and have a seat over there." While we're at it for the rest of you reading...let's just go over this ONE...MORE.... TIME....THAR ARE NO 15 YEAR OLD GIRLZ ON TEH INTERNETS  (washingtonpost.com) (113)
(Washington Post)   Girl in classroom: "Blah, blah" on cellphone. Teacher: " Stop that". Girl:" Oh no, you diin't". Principal and 2 security personnel: "Beatdown". I mean "restrain the student for her safety"  (washingtonpost.com) (385)
(CBS News)   Dear Garfield, "Suck it." Sincerely, Snoopy and Marmaduke  (cbsnews.com) (105)
(Boston Globe)   I saw a turtle. Then another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another, and another  (boston.com) (51)
(Orlando Sentinel)   Meals on Wheels once again delivers hot food to seniors at home this holiday season to prevent seniors from delivering their 1978 Cadillac Fleetwood to Aisle 4 of Hy-Vee  (articles.orlandosentinel.com) (26)
(Chicago Sun-Times)   Roger Ebert, no stranger to airport security (once being mistaken as Carlos the Jackal) weighs in on Gate Rape  (blogs.suntimes.com) (218)
(Boston Globe)   Photoshop these high up hikers  (inapcache.boston.com) (19)
(Independent)   Passive smoking 'causes 1 per cent of all world's deaths' according to people who really hate smoking  (independent.co.uk) (174)
(Washington Post)   If you're going to play a hilarious "BB gun alarm clock" prank on your sleeping pal, make sure you've got a BB gun and not a .22 rifle  (washingtonpost.com) (176)
(Daily Mail)   Woman found guilty of shoplifting and running over a police officer during her escape. Fortunately she won't be sentenced until she gets back from her seven-week "trip of a lifetime" in Australia  (dailymail.co.uk) (57)
(Fox News)   The transition to body scanners has been so smooth, Homeland Security thinks they should be used for buses, trains and subways as well  (foxnews.com) (258)
(Daily Mail)   The UK's single-payer, nationalized health care system leaves most stroke victims without specialized care. This is the system that's supposed to be superior?  (dailymail.co.uk) (209)

Thu November 25, 2010
(Daily Mail)   Woman claims TSA singled her out for her breasts. Security officials promise to examine evidence closely  (dailymail.co.uk) (230)
(Some Guy)   This is not the male enhancement device you're looking for  (onlineathens.com) (23)
(BBC)   There's unreasonable and then there's stabbing someone with a knife AND a meat fork and THEN demanding sex  (bbc.co.uk) (47)
(The New York Times)   Yes, Americans have trouble with roundabouts  (nytimes.com) (312)
(Boston Globe)   Photoshop theme: Too close for comfort  (inapcache.boston.com) (29)
(Some Pooh)   Oh bother  (ottawacitizen.com) (49)
(AOL News)   Why not smear your leftover pumpkin pie all over your mother-in-law's face? No really. It's good for her  (aolnews.com) (30)
(BBC)   Not news: Man builds brick wall. News: Walls himself in over the weekend. Fark: Waits until Monday using his hammer drill to escape. Ultra-Fark: Drills through his neighbor's wall to get out  (bbc.co.uk) (124)
(The Local (Sweden))   Mystery shipwreck dating from the 1600s discovered in in central Stockholm. The ship's planks weren't nailed together, but were held together with rope  (thelocal.se) (84)
(UPI)   Fire at home for mentally ill spreads slowly due to retardant  T-Shirt  (upi.com) (78)
(Some Guy)   In the spirit of the season Stockon police set up crosswalk traffic trap for its citizens and generates over $24K in citation fines in a few hours  (recordnet.com) (123)
(Telegraph)   Genetic testing of villagers in a remote part of China has shown that nearly two thirds of their DNA is of Caucasian origin, lending support to the theory that they may be descended from a 'lost legion' of Roman soldiers  (telegraph.co.uk) (189)
(KPTV)   Police investigate dead man found in frozen fountain, continue to chip away at the evidence  (kptv.com) (44)
(Abc.net.au)   Three teen boys rescued after nearly two-months adrift at sea claim to have only shared one raw seagull to eat and collected rainwater to drink yet being sunburned seemed to be their only health issue  (abc.net.au) (110)
(Some Guy)   Photoshop this wing man  (bigpicture.ru) (27)
(CBC)   Russian combat helicopters flying over Afghanistan. This is not a repeat from 1979  (cbc.ca) (55)
(Orlando Sentinel)   What ever happened to the term "public domain"? Evidently it has also been copyrighted. I could tell you the real phrase but I can't afford a lawyer. Copyright trifecta now in play  (articles.orlandosentinel.com) (91)
(Newsweek)   Protip for locavore food snobs: don't piss and moan that Aunt Martha used regular apples for her pie and not heritage local apples caught as they fall from the tree by indigenous lesbian farmers. Give it a farking rest for one day, hipster  (newsweek.com) (300)
(Daily Mail)   Massive search underway for hot college chick. With very bendy pic  (dailymail.co.uk) (109)
(Japan Times)   Mozart's growing influence on food in Japan  (search.japantimes.co.jp) (22)
(Fosters.com)   Thanksgiving, the second of America's national holidays, may not have been if not for the Civil War, Abe Lincoln, and the woman that wrote, "Mary Had A Little Lamb." Happy Thanksgiving Fark  (fosters.com) (91)
(Montreal Gazette)   Lying and cheating easier if you don't have to make an effort at it according to my wife Morgan Fairchild  (montrealgazette.com) (26)
(Boston Globe)   Ever wonder what would happen if you tried to defraud a woman who tried to defraud you by claiming her family was wolves instead of Nazi collaborators?  (boston.com) (25)
(Some Guy)   Scientists discover Egyptian mummy was a four-year-old boy dressed as a girl making him the oldest, youngest transvestite in history. Wait, what?  (swns.com) (35)
(Emirates 24/7)   Reports of goat rustling on the rise and for no apparent reason here is a picture of what goat wrestling might look like  (emirates247.com) (25)
(New York Daily News)   What is Sarah Palin praying for?  (assets.nydailynews.com) (262)
(AZCentral)   Cutest little baby ever gets a heart transplant and comes home in time for Thanksgiving. No dust needed, this will give you a smile  (azcentral.com) (44)
(cbs sacramento)   Man learns that if your wife hits you with a restraining order, you can't even give her the middle finger  (sacramento.cbslocal.com) (55)
(Daily Mail)   Pics of chicks you'd hit rioting in London. I'll be in my bunker  (dailymail.co.uk) (367)
(Some Gal)   Photoshop this happy mannequin  (triblocal.com) (33)
(Guardian.com)   The latest in fashion from the world of entertainment: Lego hats  (guardian.co.uk) (28)
(MSNBC)   Because the jails aren't filled up enough with small time pot heads now the government is going to go after the small time fake pot heads  (msnbc.msn.com) (87)
(News Dispatch)   St Bernard all out of bubble gum  (thenewsdispatch.com) (31)
(Some Guy)   Another sign of a tough economy: drug dealers forced to accept food stamps as payment  (ksdk.com) (79)
(Metro)   Man who lost his entire life savings after having no interest in banks, now dealing with withdrawal symptons  (metro.co.uk) (90)
(WFTV)   Man's nuts roasting by an open fire  (wftv.com) (34)
(Farktography) Farktography Theme of Farktography Contest No. 290: "Farktography Classic: Autumn II" Details and rules in first post. LGT next week's theme  (farktography.net) (188)

Wed November 24, 2010
(Mirror.co.uk)   Two dogs save a man who fell into a diabetic coma. Peanut butter... is there anything you can't do?  (mirror.co.uk) (40)
(Some Guy Mucking Aboot)   Photoshop this guy messing aboot  (punjapit.files.wordpress.com) (21)
(MSNBC)   Motel guest trashes room to find midget. Bonus: instructions came via prank phone call  (msnbc.msn.com) (78)
(SFGate)   Shop owner sells himself winning lotto ticket. There. That was easy  (sfgate.com) (80)
(LA Times)   Republican concedes California Attorney General race, giving Democrats a clean sweep of statewide offices  (latimesblogs.latimes.com) (156)
(Houston Chronicle)   If your face is currently engulfed in flames the Houston police would like a word with you  (chron.com) (29)
(CBS News)   Stopping by the morgue to identify the body of your dearly departed? The gift shop has some Black Friday deals for you  (cbsnews.com) (50)
(The New York Times) NewsFlash Hammer gets nailed  (nytimes.com) (428)
(Spiegel)   French village surrenders to unmanned German WWI munitions depot  (spiegel.de) (54)
(BusinessWeek)   Expert: "Only one in 30 million people will probably get cancer from scanners." US Airlines: "532 million people fly per year"  (businessweek.com) (419)
(Some Guy)   Getting pregnant while on work release? Not only is that a jailin' but we'll let you suffer and die of pneumonia  (womensrights.change.org) (238)
(Washington Post)   Norm "Recount" Coleman tells Alaska's Joe Miller: "Dude, it's over. Move on"  (voices.washingtonpost.com) (67)
(Cracked)   6 deadly injuries you think you'd survive thanks to movies  (cracked.com) (236)
(FindLaw.com)   If you're gonna steal a meerkat from the zoo (who DOES that?), I guess abandoning it at Petco is reasonable  (blogs.findlaw.com) (42)
(My Fox DC)   Here are some easy, last minute Thanksgiving recipes like....baked feta with marinara?  (myfoxdc.com) (88)
(kpho.com)   Homeless man who turned in backpack containing $3,300 receives check for $3,300: "The effects (the donation is) having on my life right now is overwhelming -- the fact that I'm going to have a second chance to start my life up"  (kpho.com) (83)
(Globe and Mail)   "Hey, wait a minute, why did the bad guys shoot your parents but only tie you up?"  (theglobeandmail.com) (73)
(The New York Times)   Now that corporate profits are up, the rising tide is lifting all boats. Well, "boats" made by Lamborghini and Ducati anyway  (dealbook.nytimes.com) (68)
(Some Guy)   "Definitely at this point it looks like this will be the biggest winter rain event on record," hydrologist E. Plumb, who added "Marsha, Marsha, Marsha"  (newsminer.com) (84)
(CNN)   Fatties rejoice. Turns out turkey skin is good for you  (pagingdrgupta.blogs.cnn.com) (54)
(Mother Nature Network)   Just like all the guests at your mother-in-law's house, the astroni are celebrating Thanksgiving by eating irradiated smoked turkey and dehydrated fruit cobbler  (mnn.com) (27)
(Wall Street Journal)   Photoshop this smoke shooter  (online.wsj.com) (20)
(Boston Globe)   DA calls deaths "senseless domestic violence tragedy" before learning there was a reason for it after all: she wanted to hyphenate the baby's name  (boston.com) (128)
(Some Guy)   Stealing potato chips will get you shot in the ass  (ktrs.com) (50)
(Wall Street Journal)   Are these jeans worth $1000? How about "No"?  (blogs.wsj.com) (177)
(My Fox DC)   Guy carries pipe bomb around in his backpack for two years...because you never know  (myfoxdc.com) (37)
(PennLive)   If you aren't from Pennsylvania, then it's understandable why you might not appreciate the awesome and terrible power of a cow who really wants to stand on a road  (pennlive.com) (50)
(Reuters)   Fark-ready headline of the day: "German man demands money back for breast implants"  (reuters.com) (61)
(KnoxNews)   After an intruder breaks in, demands drugs and injures her husband, a woman calmly 'talks him down' and offers to get help for him. Just kidding, she grabs her .357 magnum and blows him to hell  (knoxnews.com) (587)
(wtsp.com)   Perhaps a purple sippy cup is not the best place to keep your methadone  (wtsp.com) (18)
(Telegraph)   Frankly, if you tried to ban everything that a child has tried to eat at one point or another, the only thing you'll be left with is a huge pile of vegetables  (telegraph.co.uk) (36)
(Washington Post)   Iraqi professionals who resettle as refugees in the US are finding out that living here during the Great Recession isn't so hot  (washingtonpost.com) (44)
(Washington Post)   Under one proposal to replace color coded terror warnings, America's lowest possible terror alert level will be called "elevated." Voting enabled for better ideas  (washingtonpost.com) (135)
(BigGovernment)   The difference between the ISA and the TSA is one knows what it is doing and doesn't care about political correctness, the other doesn't and does  (biggovernment.com) (108)
(Gawker)   Google Nazi hit teams launching attacks on blurry targets throughout Germany  (gawker.com) (24)
(AOL News)   Of course the biggest eating day of the year coincides the biggest pipe clogging day of the year  (aolnews.com) (33)
(USA Today)   Palin reachifies ensettlement with bookifier Harper Collins on copyright disenfringisity  (usatoday.com) (149)
(Yahoo)   TSA chief warns against boycott of airport scans. No word if he held a rope while threatening to "tie up people who want to go home and see their loved ones"  (finance.yahoo.com) (430)
(Yahoo)   Analysts say North Korea is essentially lashing out to get attention like a cranky toddler. A cranky toddler with heavy artillery and nuclear weapons that is  (news.yahoo.com) (243)
(The Consumerist)   If you ever asked any of these questions, I respectfully decline your invitation for Thanksgiving dinner  (consumerist.com) (168)
(Daily Mail)   Just an honest mistake, but it was well worth £2,000 to watch RAF pilots freak out and go in to a dive on the Queen's birthday  (dailymail.co.uk) (40)
(Yahoo)   If you are in the habit of twittering every stray thought that comes into your head, please remember that those messages are forever, and law enforcement officals aren't known for their ability to "get" sarcasm or deadpan humor  (news.yahoo.com) (37)
(CNN)   911 wutz ur emrgncy? robbers n house, heres video, kthnx bye  (money.cnn.com) (43)
(USA Today)   "I saw a UFO. It was blue." "Uh, it was a glider. Look, here's the evidence." "I still believe it was a UFO. It just feels right to me"  (usatoday.com) (88)
(wtsp.com)   Today's ugly ass prostitutes rounded up in a bust brought to you by Clearwater. Gobble gobble  (wtsp.com) (81)
(Yahoo)   Shiat just got a little more real: despite strong Chinese opposition, Obama sends the USS George Washington and its carrier group to the waters off Inchon. Rematch anyone?  (news.yahoo.com) (367)
(Washington Post)   Good news, lobbyists. Bush's memoir has hit the 1 million copies sold mark, so you can stop buying it in bulk and warehousing it now  (washingtonpost.com) (86)
(Canoe)   Johnny Rotten lives up to his name sake and proves punk is greater than funk by farting Jamiroquoi frontman Jay Kay out of his first-class airline seat  (jam.canoe.ca) (136)
(Some Guy)   Here's a list of Thanksgiving items the TSA will be fondling besides your junk and your mom  (1035superx.com) (66)
(CNN)   After raping a teen at gunpoint, Catholic priest hires a hit man to keep him quiet about it. Let us prey  T-Shirt  (cnn.com) (252)
(TwinCities.com)   Rig goes in a ditch and spills Jell-O pudding all over a road and the doo-wop diddly-do with the zip zop zoobity bop  (twincities.com) (65)
(CNN)   Tips for suviving holiday roads. Not listening to Lindsay Buckingham omitted from list  (cnn.com) (45)
(New York City)   Photoshop this panda for punching  (s.wsj.net) (16)
(Some Guy)   If you are ripped off by below market rate prostitutes, going to the cops is just asking to have your mugshot on Fark  (columbiatribune.com) (42)
(CNN)   Tired of looking for "good news" stories? Here's a man who has personally cleared thousands of land mines in Cambodia  (cnn.com) (60)
(AFP)   Local council in northern India has banned unmarried women from carrying mobile telephones in an attempt to stop illicit romances  (news.yahoo.com) (50)
(SacBee)   Crab boat flips, one found dead in crushed station  T-Shirt  (sacbee.com) (57)
(Minneapolis Star Tribune)   You're a GOP State Representative with a loaded gun, extra ammo and maps under your seat. You park your truck in a Planned Parenthood parking lot. What do you do?  (startribune.com) (384)
(The Sun)   45-year-old robot shows why mankind is ultimately doomed. The Sun is there  (thesun.co.uk) (31)
(Huffington Post)   Just in time for Thanksgiving, here's a slideshow of thirteen dogs dressed as turkeys. Cute AND delicious  (huffingtonpost.com) (22)
(Stuff)   Second blast at NZ coalmine with 29 miners trapped underground dashes hopes of any rescue, movie deal  (stuff.co.nz) (58)
(MSNBC)   Did a woman just give birth on Google Street View? Short answer, no. Long answer, possibly, if hospitals in Germany keep track of births outside their doors as well as hospitals in the US do  (technolog.msnbc.msn.com) (19)
(MSNBC)   Add "going to the bathroom too often" to things you can't do on an airplane. Especially if you're Middle Eastern  (msnbc.msn.com) (175)
(Abc.net.au)   69-year-old woman freed after being trapped in bathroom for three weeks. Bonus: she tapped on the pipes for help nightly, but rather than investigate neighbors launched a petition to have the tapping noise stopped  (abc.net.au) (123)

Tue November 23, 2010
(News.com.au)   Today's story of a 24yo female teacher ruining a 14yo male student's life brought to you by Melbourne, Australia. With "yeah, you probably would, just admit it" pic  (news.com.au) (117)
(Rolling Stone)   Photoshop R&B star Usher, live on stage (or just slightly above it)  (rollingstone.com) (35)
(Huffington Post)   Media: "OMG new scanners and patdowns are horrible, everyone is going to revolt." Passengers: "Meh"  (huffingtonpost.com) (505)
(Time)   "He left his phone at home for me. I was, like, oh, my God, that is beautiful"  (healthland.time.com) (76)
(WWL)   Another sign of a slow, holiday news day: You might be eaten alive by bedbugs if you travel for Thanksgiving  (wwl.com) (20)
(Some Guy)   Passenger finds loaded ammunition clip on flight to Phoenix. If only there was some sort of system set up to stop stuff like this from getting on a plane  (myfoxhouston.com) (113)
(MSNBC)   TSA chief Pistole(whipper?) admits they handled the guy with the urostomy bag incorrectly, presumably because they didn't arrest him for having more than three ounces of liquid  (msnbc.msn.com) (87)
(Some Guy)   Father loses custody of his children for being agnostic. For gods sake  (richarddawkins.net) (252)
(Some Guy)   College professor explains to his students how he knows they all cheated. Bonus: Use of presentation on overhead projector. "Admit you cheated or get expelled"  (y100.com) (553)
(The Consumerist)   ♫ Have you embezzled from Foooooooord lately ♫  (consumerist.com) (47)
(NPR)   Your daily outrage from Texas (pronoounced "Takes-Ass")- judge insists on trying black family after state prosecutors say there's no case. Thinly-veiled racism to the right  (npr.org) (294)
(ecosalon)   You cannot recycle pizza boxes. Well there's the green movement's problem right there  (ecosalon.com) (171)
(CNN)   If 1 bird in hand = 2 in bush, then 8 falcons in box = 1 trip to the Gulag  (news.blogs.cnn.com) (27)
(ktka.com)   Hippo receives hungry hungry sendoff from zoo  (ktka.com) (15)
(Daily Caller)   Fox News' Megyn Kelly: Just be thankful Dan Rather never posed for photos like this  (dailycaller.com) (290)
(Talking Points Memo)   Remember how Bush said his mom handed him his dead brother's fetus, using the vivid memory to show how close the family was? Actually, it was the housekeeper, not his mom   (tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com) (169)
(Some Guy)   How does babby float?  (liverpoolecho.co.uk) (148)
(Government Technology)   California creates series of YouTube videos to promote digitial literacy. YouTube video comments suggest regular literacy still a bigger problem  (govtech.com) (54)
(Boston Globe)   Photoshop this silhouette net  (inapcache.boston.com) (43)
(UPI)   Study says Botox makes people feel happier, although you wouldn't know it by looking at them  (upi.com) (24)
(Pajamas Media)   One other thing: the TSA creep who just got done rooting around the undercarriage of that sweaty waddling matron from Wisconsin won't be changing his gloves before it's your turn for the gate-rape  (pajamasmedia.com) (453)
(Some cartographer)   Protip: if you see the Google Street View van coming down the street, get out of your trunk, and for pete's sake, put some clothes on  (tomsguide.com) (50)
(The Automotive Authority)   Motor Trend Magazine Dismantles an Airbag  (njuice.com) (92)
(FARK)   Fat gene easy to identify in a crowd, Jessica Simpson celebrates everything with pizza, and the secret to making Spotted Dick: Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week 11/14 - 11/20  (fark.com) (27)
(Life.com)   14 things you never knew about the Korean War ... although, sadly, whereabouts of Frank Burns' lips not included  (life.com) (102)
(The Consumerist)   Al Franken wants the Justice Department to investigate NBC  (consumerist.com) (110)
(UPI)   Researchers say predicting prostate recurrence is ineffective, and they can't put a finger on why  T-Shirt  (upi.com) (18)
(FARK)   This thread is for random BS, but posters are reminded to use the word 'prostitute' in some or all of their posts  (fark.com) (905)
(Cracked)   7 things from America that are insanely popular overseas. You already know who's number 1  (cracked.com) (219)
(CNN)   Jawbone found on Aruba beach belongs to some other victim of Joran van der Sloot, not Natalee Halloway  (news.blogs.cnn.com) (67)
(MSNBC)   Today's "Hollywood star chops off his mom's head with a sword while screaming religious gibberish" story brought to you by the cast of Ugly Betty  (msnbc.msn.com) (115)
(WLSAM)   Bristol Palin is in third place on DWTS, but the Tea Party, the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy, the Trilateral Commission and Opus Dei will see to it that she wins tonight  (wlsam.com) (152)
(New York Daily News)   Robbers: Gimme the dough. Pizzeria: Uh, okay. Robbers: Doh  (nydailynews.com) (45)
(NW Florida Daily News)   Woman accused of stealing two raincoats, a set of stickers, one bottle of tan spray and two candles. Just add some liquor and I bet she's fun to party with  (nwfdailynews.com) (18)
(Slate)   Trying to decide which wine to drink for Thanksgiving, but worried that you don't know enough to be a monstrous douche about it? No worries, this article's got you covered  (slate.com) (194)
(Discover)   Coyotes released in downtown Chicago to thin out the rat population can't possibly succeed unless they are allowed to roam city hall  (blogs.discovermagazine.com) (118)
(NPR)   TSA chief explains that those inconsistencies you're seeing in its procedures at different airports aren't inconsistencies, they're unpredictabilities built into the system to fool terrorists. See? It's all good  (npr.org) (261)
(WMTW.com)   The cost of a Thanksgiving dinner went up around 50 cents this year. Having to sit with your smelly, loud, and mentally suspect Uncle Bob: Priceless  (wmtw.com) (62)
(CBC)   Fake nurse revealed to be fake teacher  (cbc.ca) (21)
(Iowa City Press-Citizen)   Woman arrested for having a .281 BAC in her home. Normally this isn't something you could be arrested for, but if you are taking care of your 8 month old and child welfare stops by, it's a problem  (press-citizen.com) (101)
(Sponsored Tweets)   Everyone has their price. For $5,850.00, Soleil Moon Frye will be your Punk(y) on Twitter. Who will you buy?  (app.sponsoredtweets.com) (133)
(Metro)   When considering appropriate places to advertise your sex shop, be aware that opting for the back of a schoolbus will generate a lot of free publicity  (metro.co.uk) (16)
(Washington Times)   DC Circuit declares DOJ use of GPS on suspect unconstitutional. Apparently unconcerned with TSA's use of PDA on non-suspects  (washingtontimes.com) (70)
(Popular Mechanics)   You think the TSA "pat downs" are intrusive to you? Here what people with a prosthetic go through. Enjoy your flight  (popularmechanics.com) (96)
(Metro)   Today's Fark-ready headline: "German couple rescued from river after kinky car sex"  (metro.co.uk) (27)
(Reason Magazine)   "Q: Is this security theater?" "A: 100 percent. It won't catch anybody.". Bonus: 44 ways to say TSA  (reason.com) (316)
(USA Today)   USA Today asks the question, on its main page, about whether it's a good idea to give constant media attention to a reality show star whose main life achievement was getting knocked up at 16  (usatoday.com) (78)
(Some Guy)   16-year-old Wisconsin girl bags three bucks in an hour on opening day... with her smoke pole  (wisconsinoutdoorfun.com) (248)
(Talking Points Memo)   Not News: Bruce Willis will be the face of a Russian bank's ad campaign. Fark: Slogan is "Trust is just like me, but a bank"  (talkingpointsmemo.com) (29)
(Yahoo)   Remember all that liberal whining that most pre-election polls were biased in favor of Republicans because they only called landlines? Well the election is over and... that turned out to be absolutely true, by an average of 6 points  (news.yahoo.com) (194)
(SeattlePI)   China Airlines Boeing 747 from New York now arriving at Gate 12 ... Gate 13 ... Gate 14 ... Gate 15  (seattlepi.com) (86)
(Chicago Tribune)   Vatican says the Pope's remarks about condoms apply to women who whore themselves out for money too. Hey, it's progress  (chicagotribune.com) (51)
(BBC)   "... the electrical equipment had malfunctioned and the surge in current had completely burned off Bruce's penis"  (bbc.co.uk) (68)
(Some Guy)   Prescription drug abuse is "spreading like wildfire". Surprisingly, wildfires not described as spreading like "prescription drug abuse"  (y100.com) (44)
(CNN)   $25K to bust Roethlisberger in the chops. Where do I sign up?  (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) (236)
(Boston Globe)   Probably the best pictures of anything you'll see all day  (boston.com) (81)
(CBS 46 Atlanta)   The mother of all slow news days has arrived as one local news outlet publishes a nearly 400-word article on pet reincarnation  (cbsatlanta.com) (25)
(Engadget)   Remember how Verizon and Google announced how they were against Net Neutrality? Now they are openly calling on the new Republican Congress to eliminate all restrictions on their business practices. EVERYBODY PANIC?  (engadget.com) (76)
(Guardian.com)   Prince William sets his wedding date for April 29, 2011 in an effort to get hitched before he looks even more like his dad  (guardian.co.uk) (41)
(Some Guy)   Ceiling cat is watching the body scanner guy make his "O" face  (ht.ly) (56)
(Chicago Tribune)   People with Type 1 Diabetes want a different name for their condition so people don't think it's the same as Type 2 Diabetes. And they get pretty pissy about it too  (chicagotribune.com) (137)
(BBC)   BBC Live Coverage: "Pyongyang will continue to make merciless military attacks with no hesitation if the South Korean enemy dares to invade our sea territory by 0.001mm"  (news.bbc.co.uk) (233)
(Some Guy)   Giant, inflatable beer bottle missing from Treasure Island Beach. Mel Funn last seen stumbling toward skid row  (wtsp.com) (11)
(New York Daily News)   Price it high and they will buy: NYC food store offers $200 designer bred Thanksgiving turkeys  (nydailynews.com) (94)
(Boston Globe)   Photoshop this Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii  (inapcache.boston.com) (20)
(ABC News)   That 25 year-old smokin' hot teacher that was arrested for sex with one of her 16 year-old students went full Letourneau  (abcnews.go.com) (128)
(SFGate)   You're stuck on an island with a mannequin of Arnold Schwarzenegger, burritos, vitamins, camping supplies, a bible and a cell phone. Do you C) not use the phone for five days because you don't want the government to pay to pick you up?  (sfgate.com) (85)
(The Local (Sweden))   Naked Swedish Teenage Farm movie probably to be entitled "grönt ljus"  (thelocal.se) (79)
(AZCentral)   Mexico is now giving safety advice for migrants traveling back into Mexico  (azcentral.com) (47)
(Stars and Stripes)   If you purchased magazine subscriptions for troops deployed overseas, can you help getting $2.4-million transferred out of Nigerian bank accounts?  (stripes.com) (18)
(Yahoo)   Florida lawmaker calls House ban on hats 'sexist.' With pic of spiffy hat  (news.yahoo.com) (89)
(MSNBC)   North Korean shelling hits Yeonpyeong island, South Korean forces begin artillery fire  (msnbc.msn.com) (1257)
(Telegraph)   Study says dogs are smarter than cats because their friendly behavior has caused them to develop larger brains  (telegraph.co.uk) (116)
(CNN)   Student pilot apparently missed the class where they discussed restricted air space  (cnn.com) (46)
(The New York Times)   There's your standard con man who marries rich old ladies, and then there's the guy who posed as a senior Taliban leader in high-level secret talks for months to get a lot of money from the U.S  (nytimes.com) (53)
(The Times of India)   Secret chamber found in India's National Library. Staff asked to refrain from stamping books until anyone with a fedora is ushered out  T-Shirt  (timesofindia.indiatimes.com) (71)

Mon November 22, 2010
(Fox News)   Newsweek cover portrays Obama as Shiva the Destroyer (with pic). EVERYONE PANIC  (foxnews.com) (159)
(Flickr)   Photoshop these fungi  (flickr.com) (34)
(Gawker)   What $200,000.00 in college debt looks like  (gawker.com) (446)
(Some Guy)   Just what America needs now...some people running around in their underwear playing superheros  (blog.moviefone.com) (99)
(SFGate)   1000 rescued rats up for adoption; Willard Stiles is said to be interested  (sfgate.com) (67)
(Daily Mail)   Good: Winning £56m in the lottery. Fark: You're ordered to pay your ex-wife who left you 10 years ago for another man £2m of your winnings  (dailymail.co.uk) (115)
(Some Guy)   To crack down on drug smuggling, Canada's border guards may be given broad new powers to TSA port and airport workers. In other news, I just verbed "TSA", bro  (vancouversun.com) (63)
(Some Guy)   Dozing cat smells fire, wakes up and springs into action, saving the life of its owner. With pic of a hero cat staring into your soul (Jose Cuervo Cue Moment of the Week)  (theargus.co.uk) (105)
(Chicago Tribune)   Girl who fell 100 feet off of a free-fall ride is recovering nicely, though she seems shocked to have fallen off a FREE FALL RIDE  (chicagotribune.com) (68)
(LehighValleyLive)   Did you hear the one about the drunken brawl at the baby shower?  (lehighvalleylive.com) (17)
(Miami Herald)   Old and busted: shooting the messenger. The new hotness: shooting the maintenance man who's changing your locks  (miamiherald.com) (91)
(Breitbart.com)   California finds no common cause for higher rate of birth defects near state's largest hazardous waste landfill  (breitbart.com) (61)
(Daily Mail)   Germany ramps up security measures following threat to Reichstag. This is not a repeat from 1933  (dailymail.co.uk) (41)
(NPR)   When even NPR admits that Social Security is a fraud and a scam, maybe you do have a problem  (npr.org) (249)
(Guardian.com)   The Dalai Lama considers retirement. Wait, he can just retire?  (guardian.co.uk) (51)
(Some Guy)   The Leafs might not be the only ones sucking this Saturday in Toronto  (vancouversun.com) (29)
(The Morning Call)   Man found with equipment to make fake credit cards will be put in charge of equipment to make real license plates  (mcall.com) (19)
(CNN)   Over 300 killed on holiday in Cambodia. No word if any Kennedys were among the dead  T-Shirt  (cnn.com) (105)
(Korea Times)   500-year-old female mummy reburied after haunting descendants' dreams in form of a cow. She sounded fat  (koreatimes.co.kr) (11)
(MSNBC)   Union representing TSA workers is concerned that officers are being abused and must be protected from comments that are painful and demoralizing  (today.msnbc.msn.com) (485)
(Yahoo)   TSA asking people not to boycott scanners because it would be inconvenient  (news.yahoo.com) (301)
(Some Guy)   Pumpkin pie found to be second only to bacon for increasing male sex drive  (wpbf.com) (82)
(The Daily Beast)   Edargorter ni eb lliw yrucreM esuaceb elbirroh-artxe eb lliw nosaes yadiloh eht yas sregolortsA  (thedailybeast.com) (87)
(Flickr)   Photoshop this gizmo  (flickr.com) (32)
(My Fox DC)   Gary Condit got off. Again  (myfoxdc.com) (106)
(CSMonitor)   TSA Chief rules out body cavity searches - for now  (csmonitor.com) (184)
(NJ.com)   Hoboken Board of Education to reveal the identity of the chosen one  (nj.com) (32)
(WLSAM)   Baby Boomers age group unhappiest of any age group about their sex lives. Of course. They are having sex with old people  (wlsam.com) (78)
(Onion AV Club)   The twelve most obscure Macy's Thanksgiving balloons of all time. Really? Olive Oyl is obscure?  (avclub.com) (85)
(AP)   TSA pisses off cancer survivor  (hosted.ap.org) (315)
(Boston Globe)   Noted socialist Warren Buffet believes the Bush tax cuts should expire because they didn't work  (boston.com) (268)
(Life.com)   Maybe Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Maybe Marilyn wasn't murdered. Maybe the Bay of Pigs was a good idea. Maybe a serial womanizer naturally makes for a good president. R.I.P., Jack  (life.com) (123)
(Some Guy)   Zach Weiner (of Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal and a friend of Fark) and Chris Jones's first comic book, Captain Stupendous, is on preorder today. Give it a peek  (amazon.com) (24)
(Telegraph)   American companies warn Irish government that if taxes increase, they will leave there faster that they left the United States  (telegraph.co.uk) (138)
(YouTube)   Mike Rayburn is about to kick your ass at NASA. And there's nothing you can do about it  (youtube.com) (32)
(Wall Street Journal)   "Hey I'm driving a truckload of nuclear bomb components. The next round is on me, and can I get 13 road-beers to go?"  (online.wsj.com) (87)
(Some Guy)   Who is behind the push for the body scanners? Former Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, who now runs a security & risk management firm which shared a $160 million contract to build body scanners for airports  (rt.com) (325)
(Some Guy)   Working one week a month and sitting on government benefits nets an almost identical income as working a full-time $60,000 job. But sure, two years on unemployment is nowhere NEAR enough time to find a job with those kinds of incentives  (zerohedge.com) (564)
(G4TV)   Can't find that perfect gift for your cousin still living at their mother's and gorging on Mountain Dew flavored cheetos? This might help  (g4tv.com) (38)
(Gizmodo)   Today, in useless patents from the past, we present the dog-shaped vacuum cleaner  (gizmodo.com) (36)
(SLTrib)   Utah man at Salt Lake International posts video of TSA searching shirtless little boy  (sltrib.com) (390)
(Guardian.com)   Answers for the next 1st grade test at school: Jews are transformed into pigs and apes and that the penalty for gay sex is execution  (guardian.co.uk) (247)
(Guardian.com)   Which demographic has seen up to 25% increase in arrests in the last 2 years? If you said "old people", give yourself a cookie  (guardian.co.uk) (35)
(Washington Post)   Study: Removing ineffective children's cold medicines from store shelves resulted in big reductions in emergency room visits  (washingtonpost.com) (49)
(CBS News)   Shhhh, don't tell anyone that the Air Force launched a super-secret spy satellite last night. Seriously, don't say a thing, ok?  (cbsnews.com) (90)
(My Fox DC)   When you're the leader of a country who is embroiled in two sex scandals and is faced with budget cuts, what is the best way to spend $95K? Why, restoring the missing penis to the marble statue of Mars, of course  (myfoxdc.com) (38)
(St. Petersburg Times)   MSNBC shows they are fair and balanced by suspending Joe Scarborough for making campaign contributions FARK: To his dad and his brother  (tampabay.com) (61)
(Telegraph)   NATO representative claims Kabul safer for children than London, New York, or Glasgow, unicorns make great pets  (telegraph.co.uk) (39)
(Boston Globe)   Prisoners sue because they have to walk all the way to the infirmary to get their free meds  (boston.com) (55)
(Washington Post)   There's an answer to the problems posed by the TSA nude scanner, and it has to do with funhouse mirrors  (washingtonpost.com) (118)
(www.thesun.co.uk)   Dog survives 400ft plunge with only suspected neurological problems (w/ pic of dog with definite neurological problems)  (thescottishsun.co.uk) (66)
(New Kerala)   Passenger strips to avoid 'naked scanner', apparently you just can't please the TSA  (newkerala.com) (315)
(Washington Post)   Dancing with the Stars producers had no idea, none, that Bristol Palin would be such a divisive figure. They also had no clue, none, that Bristol's mother was an attention whore  (washingtonpost.com) (113)
(Telegraph)   London's annual erotica show had a new stand this year dedicated to the protection of boobies everywhere  (telegraph.co.uk) (55)
(Google)   Judging by the reviews, Area 51 is not a good place to take a holiday  (maps.google.com) (49)
(Emirates 24/7)   Cows trigger train derailment, if only there were some device or 'catcher' that could prevent this problem. w/pic of the ugliest cow you have ever seen  (emirates247.com) (49)
(fox 17)   Criminal: I am going to rob your store. Clerk: (with wave of jedi hand) You will not rob my store  (fox17online.com) (34)
(Science Daily)   Gloom and doom messages about "global warming" turn people off and don't persuade people to make a smaller "carbon footprint." Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to warm up my Hummer  (sciencedaily.com) (246)
(Toronto Sun)   CSIS accused of spying on GTA mosques, not running over enough pedestrians, collecting bonus stars  (torontosun.com) (53)
(Daily Mail)   Photoshop this screening because you have nothing to hide  (i.dailymail.co.uk) (24)
(Denver Post)   Man designs special kind of underwear to 'get you through airport screeners with your dignity intact'  (denverpost.com) (147)
(Daily Mail)   Comedian spends life savings on his bucket list after being told he only had three months to live, only to find out two months later that he's fine. Now that's funny  (dailymail.co.uk) (80)
(The Local (Germany))   Former Catholic theologian says much of the clergy is gay (w/ pic of what gay clergy may or may not look like)  (thelocal.de) (101)
(The Sun)   The nanny state succeeds in creating the perfect mother  (thesun.co.uk) (82)
(WLSAM)   Lawrencia 'Bambi' Bembenek was a reality show before there were reality shows. Bambi has stopped running  (wlsam.com) (39)
(CBS News)   Three-year-old in Britain is now a millionaire  (cbsnews.com) (73)
(Japan Times)   Enough is *enough.* I AM DELIGHTED WITH THESE MOTHERFARKIN' DOGS ON THIS MOTHERFARKIN' TRAIN  (search.japantimes.co.jp) (28)
(Some Guy)   Plane with fiery wing makes emergency landing, presumably for ranch dipping sauce  T-Shirt  (couriermail.com.au) (58)
(Some Guy)   Photoshop this biking break  (images.travelpod.com) (15)
(Some Guy)   The best way to combat global warming is to harvest 680kg blocks of ice from Icelandic glaciers, melt them down, and sell the water for $10 per bottle  (brisbanetimes.com.au) (210)

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