Headline Hangover: Trump, The Walking Dead and More

Welcome to Headline Hangover -- my weekly take on some of the ridiculous local, national and global news stories.

Here's a look back at some of the headlines that caught our attention for the week of December 6, 2015:


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On Monday, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump called for the banning of Muslims from the United States, which sparked comparisons to FDR's internment of Japanese Americans during WWII.

However, unlike FDR, Donald Trump seems to be disabled from the neck up.


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Norman Reedus, the actor who plays Darryl Dixon on AMC's The Walking Dead, was bit on the chest by a fan at a Walking Dead convention in New Jersey this past weekend.

...It was later explained to Chris Christie that it was not called a "meat and greet."

Side Note: No, governor, it's 'meet' as in "let's meet to talk about covering up this whole bridge debacle."


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The U.S. experienced an unusual amount of warm weather this past week, with temperatures even reaching the mid-60s.

...It's believed that Al Gore stepped outside, smugly stated, "Mmhmm," as he arrogantly smirked and put on his sunglasses.

Side Note: And we all treated poor Al like he was some crazy, homeless guy in NYC talking to himself about global warming.


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In an interview with ESPN The Magazine this week, UFC star Ronda Rousey, said that she was "really f*cking sad" after losing her title to Holly Holm.

..."Me too," stated a husband who was seen picking up his belongings from the front lawn, while his wife stood in the doorway, after he lost the kids' college fund the moment Holm's foot connected with Rousey's face.


Philadelphia police are on the hunt for a thief, dubbed the "Serial Grinch," who has been stealing holiday wreaths hanging on front doors of the Fairmount-Art Museum area of the city.

So far they have narrowed the suspects down to, literally, all the people of Philadelphia.

Side Note: Completely shocked. The lovely people of Philly would NEVER conduct themselves in this manner, especially around the holidays...

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