The Japanese invent a machine converts plastic back into oil. Biodiesel From Sewage Sludge. Kim Dotcom Declares War on Media With Bigger and Better MegaUpload. California state legislature approves Location Privacy Act(via Phone Scoop). World First Bionic Eye Implant Enables Blinds to Experience Some Vision. Walmart Is Testing an iPhone Checkout System That Could Help You Escape Its Clutches a Little Bit Faster. Wolfram|Alpha Personal Analytics for Facebook. Obama answers live questions on Reddit, crashes servers. School demands that boy must change his name from Hunter because it violates its weapons policy. Twitter Launches “Twitter Certified Products” — Partners With DataSift, Gnip, HootSuite & Others. All this, plus a Recent Study, Dumbass Apple News, Epic Fail, Oh Asia You So Crazy and Ryder Says Things!
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Dolph Lundgren video of a live performance is the most ridiculous video ever. US Bill seeks to grant cybersecurity scholarships. Pedobear appears in a Polish newspaper to promote the Winter Olympics. Toledo strip club gives “lap dances for Haiti.” Google introduces Fiber for Communities. Verizon Wireless blocks 4chan website. Free Pancakes from IHOP on February 23! Sinatra “My Way” Karaoke killings plague the Phillipines bar scene.
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“That’s What She Said” is the phrase of the week. Meanwhile we talk about image capturing fabric, copyright and the Mickey Mouse Law, and poop on twitter. Captain Slow tries to build a Lego house, there was a special display at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, and people should learn the English lanaguage! Find out what this week’s Fark Headline of the Week is.
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