Fark's 2012 Headline of the Year Contest

It's that time of year again, and the competition is fierce. But Fark's Headline of the Year Contest is much less about the story itself and more about the pun that can be made of a headline. The best submitted headlines of the year are up for voting. Some of the headlines are:

14-year-old Snigdha Nandipati wins Scripps National Spelling Bee by correctly spelling Snigdha Nandipati

Hand, foot and now a partial body in Montreal. Could this be the work of separatists?

Blind, deaf, 3-legged dog saves family from house fire, sure plays a mean pinball

Missing algebra teacher found dead -- investigators looking to solve for why, query ex

"Police search for three armed men in home invasion." STANDARD HANDCUFFS WON'T WORK, PEOPLE

See them all at the contest page, and vote if you're a member. Link

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