Henry Morgan’s long-lost flag ship discovered. All of the Internet went down last week thanks to Amazon Web Services. Abercrombie and Fitch cancels a customers account for being too loyal. The Hipster Trek Tumblr is the best site on the Internet. Anonymous vows to destroy Facebook on November 5th. The first annual Defcon for Kids occurred in conjunction with Defcon 19 was designed for kids and even had some child presenters. Chuck talks about how much he hates Lifehacker now based on one article. Plus, this week’s “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!”
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The Red Cross says nurse uniforms violate the Geneva Convention. A memorial building in Indianapolis might be named after popular mayor Harry Baals. Scientists plan on being able to clone woolly mammoths within five years. A new game of billiards using bowling balls… named Knockers. Stem cells are being used in a new device to treat burns. Duane Reade infiltrates the Hipster Vatican with the promise of beer. Four Loko launches its new product – it’s just like the old product sans caffeine. Robots replace teachers at 21 schools in South Korea. All this plus more in this week’s episode.
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Secret GPS tracking is now legal in Massachusetts. College students can purcahse Windows 7 for only $30. A fascinating light show in the sky was caused by an interesting culprit. Banana theft is on the rise in India, find out why. A student kills an intruder with a samurai sword. The music industry wants royalties for previews in iTunes. All this and more, plus the Fark Headline of the Week and the Question of the Week.
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