Cracked.com: The 6 Most Disastrous Attempts at Internet Damage Control.
This is why we all love the internet.
Cracked.com: The 5 Most Badass Musical Instruments Ever Built.
Fox shoots hunter.
Also: Foxes Use Earth's Magnetic Field To Hunt Prey, Scientists Say.
WikiLeaks contributes $15,000 to Bradley Manning’s defense fund.
Also: Wikileaks: GMO conspiracy reaches highest levels of US Government.
Brazil under water, at least 443 dead.
Sri Lanka also under water, 100,000 displaced.
Australia under water: A gallery.
Also: Flood Victims Receive $37,000 in Underwear.
Southwest Airlines pilot holds plane for murder victim’s family: "The pilot responded with, “They can’t go anywhere without me and I wasn’t going anywhere without you. Now relax. We’ll get you there. And again, I’m so sorry."
"It’s easy to be an airline industry critic in an era of “no waivers, no favors” and fees on top of fees. It’s easy to paint airlines as heartless corporations that treat us like self-loading cargo. But every now and then, you hear a story that turns you into an adoring fan. Like Nancy’s story."
Fark Photoshop contest: If cars looked more like what they were named after.
To mark the 1st year anniversary of the Haitian earthquake: Images of Haiti right after the earthquake, next to photos of Haiti now. See if you can spot any difference.
The Empty City of Ordos, China: A Modern Ghost Town.
Also: The world's largest mall is in China and is 99% vacant since its opening in 2005. Despite this, it's still being expanded.
Indian farmer heavily indebted and suffering from severe crop loss buys a bottle of pesticide on credit & takes his own life ... followed also by his father....any mention of elephant-in-the-room mega food corporation mysteriously absent from article.
Headline by Reddit.
"Neighbors are usually there to help their neighbors, not shoot their zebras"
Today's fun fact about Afghanistan you probably didn't know.
Laptop stolen. Along with what could potentially be a cure for cancer.
Man learns the hard way why one should'nt clean loaded guns at 2 a.m.
"Sheriff Chuck Curry tells the Daily Inter Lake that a 28-year-old woman called 911 at about 1:45 a.m. Wednesday and said she was awakened by a burning sensation to her leg. A responding deputy confirmed she had been shot."
Romanian Witches Protest Astrology Tax.
"Self-declared witches in Romania are preparing to curse the country's rulers publicly for taxing their profession under an amended labour law. Poisonous mandrake plants are due to be hurled into the River Danube and queen witch Bratara Buzea has devised a spell involving cat dung and a dead dog."
Actual headline: Man allegedly trained dog to bite woman during arguments.
"A 56-year-old Orland Park man who allegedly trained his dog to bite a 54-year-old woman during arguments has been charged with misdemeanor domestic battery, according to an Orland Park Police report released Jan. 7."
Republican school board in N.C. backed by tea party abolishes integration policy.
Wife buries the hatchet... in her husband's head.
Man wearing cowboy boots and boxer briefs holds beer thieves at gunpoint until officers arrive
Headline by Fark.
Hello? Is this 911? I want to report a dead cell phone battery
Your zodiac sign may have changed. Most likely from "gullible" to "sucker" [Silly]
"Astrology buffs should be using these dates, reflecting where the stars currently are aligned: Capricorn: Jan. 20-Feb. 16. Aquarius: Feb. 16-March 11. Pisces: March 11-April 18. Aries: April 18-May 13. Taurus: May 13-June 21. Gemini: June 21-July 20. Cancer: July 20-Aug. 10. Leo: Aug. 10-Sept. 16. Virgo: Sept. 16-Oct. 30. Libra: Oct. 30-Nov. 23. Scorpio: Nov. 23-29. Ophiuchus:* Nov. 29-Dec. 17. Sagittarius: Dec. 17-Jan. 20."
Headline by Fark.
Proof that Islam and Christianity do have a lot more in common than people think.
All roads lead to... er... child rape?
New business opens in Georgia offering "A Husband for an Hour Limited" where women can "rent" men to do housework and repairs around the house, is inundated with demands for rented husbands to fix things in the bedroom too.
Identical twin sisters to celebrate 100th birthday.
Woman Kicked Out of Bar for Being Pregnant.
Teacher & husband accused of hoarding 84 animals, including a teenager.
Three-year-old boy calls police on his drunken babysitter.
Dubious alibi of the month award: Former Miss. Swaziland finalist claims she was holding knife in her hand while her boyfriend jumped on it stabbing himself.
Woman douses boyfriend's crotch in gasoline, sets his junk on fire.
Bhutan bans smoking, sees massive black market trade for tobacco as though it's heroin or cocaine.
So-called world kite expert comes to India, where vicious kite-fighting is a common sport and pasttime on any given day, attends kite-fighting festival where entire town engages in kite-fighting, is shocked, SHOCKED, when his $400 kite gets its line severed. "I refuse to be part of a festival where my kites are attacked by others flying with strings which has glass pieces. I have kites which are worth thousands of dollars and I can't lose them to boys on the other side of the river".
The Ten Best Cars To Have Sex In.
Pat Robertson: Snow Is God's Way of Punishing Americans Planning To Drive To Do Something Gay.
Florida man suing Wikileaks for scaring him.
"In the complaint filed on 6th January, Pitchford alleges that Assange's negligence has caused "hypertension", "depression" and "living in fear of being stricken by another heart attack and/or stroke" as a result of living "in fear of being on the brink of another nucliar [sic] WAR"."
Drunk men riding horse and mule on city street arrested.
Canadian couple offer to name baby after whoever finds their lost dog.
Amtrak conductor accused of trading train rides for sex. Cops charge him with a loco motive
Headline by Fark.
Woman hides $6,500 mink coat in her underwear for three days.
Oxytocin, the "feel good" drug, linked to xenophobia
Steve Wozniak on Network Neutrality.
"Writing in the Atlantic, Apple co-founder and hardware wizard Steve Wozniak defends Network Neutrality, describing open, neutral networks as a boon to creators, innovators and entrepreneurs."
Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales on why the App Store model is bad for information technology and the internet.
"Wikipedia's chief says models such as the App Store on the iPad are not only a dangerous chokepoint to internet freedom, but that this is a real and immediate problem that's of more concern than the overblown what if's of the net neutrality debate."
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