The Oatmeal is raising funds for the Tesla museum at Wardenclyffe. Wikileaks reveals “TrapWire,” a government spy network that uses ordinary surveillance cameras. Putting an end to the biggest lie on the internet. Garry Kasparov Arrested and Beaten at Pussy Riot Sentencing. Pixar open sources production animation code, patents. iAMScientist Looks To Crowdfund Scientific Research. Insane Clown Posse To Sue FBI Over Gang Designation. Buying Twitter followers is sinful, says SAUDI CLERIC. FTC Censures Facebook, Then Asks You to Like It on Facebook. Blurred Eyeglasses Unveiled To Help Israeli Ultra-Orthodox Avoid Impure Sights.
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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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Scandal rocks South Korea as one of its StarCraft superstars is caught cheating. The guys from Penny Arcade make TIME’s 100 people that affect the world. The Blag Hag proposes the end of the world via boobquake. The Brads show us how websites look on the iPad. All this and the Fark Headline of the Week and this week’s Off-Air Discussion. Plus, find out what wikipedia article Ryder decides to vandalize this week.
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