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The Week That Was

‘Chaplains worry about careers if “Don’t Ask” is lifted’
NPR.ORG, DEC. 9
We certainly wouldn’t want anyone to face an uncomfortable work environment …

‘George W. Bush: Stop calling them “Bush Tax Cuts”’
CBSNEWS.COM, DEC. 14
You break it, you buy it.



‘Homemade holiday food baskets may give gift of botulism’

MSNBC.MSN.COM, DEC. 13
Fa la la la la, la la la respiratory failure ending in death.



‘McCain: A third party will rise if we don’t listen to America’

FOXNEWS.COM, DEC. 12
Have you been listening, guy? We want the third party.



‘Viruses could be … cause of obesity’

NEWS.COM.AU, DEC. 13
It’s either that, or your disgusting eating habits.



‘Julian Assange’s hair: A brief history’

THEDAILYBEAST.COM, DEC. 14
Finally, the truth is revealed.




‘“Strippermobile” delivers Christmas donations’

WLSMA.COM, DEC. 15
Ho, ho, ho.



‘When is twins too many?’

NATIONALPOST.COM, DEC. 11
When you’re not sleeping with them.



‘Vatican Bank mired in laundering scandal’

AZCENTRAL.COM, DEC. 11
Must be all those dirty whites.

‘Ukraine to open Chernobyl area to tourists in 2011’
NEWS.YAHOO.COM, DEC. 13
Vacation hasn’t been this carcinogenic since ______.



Last week’s winner
:
‘Bus driver’s agony: “I saw hair flying”’
STUFF.CO.NZ, DEC. 4
We didn’t much appreciate the casting of Robin Williams as Peter Pan either.
Congrats, Rich Feinberg — even if you probably do wear mom jeans!

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