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When we noticed one of Friday's news stories on SooToday.com getting thousands of extra hits today, we knew exactly where to look. We immediately went to Fark.com, the satirical U.S.
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When we noticed one of Friday's news stories on SooToday.com getting thousands of extra hits today, we knew exactly where to look.

We immediately went to Fark.com, the satirical U.S. website that loves poking fun at some of the quirky, small-town news items we post.

Sure enough, we found we'd been Farked again.

This time, the Farkers were getting their tighty-whiteys in a knot over Stephen Woods, the guy accused of getting part of downtown Sault Ste. Marie shut down on Thursday when he accidentally shot an arrow out his window.

Of course, Farkers are not always the brightest bulbs in the chandelier, so they're mistaking our community with the Michigan Soo and they're quite perplexed about our Canadian gun storage laws.

To read what they're saying about us right now, click here.

Then, follow the links below to read some past Fark.com discussions about Sault Ste. Marie and SooToday.com articles.

Fark's greatest SooToday.com hits

Foot bridge closed due to snow. Man with shovel saves the day

Public trashcans may be removed because people are using them to throw away their trash

Sault Ste. Marie to get a radiation bunker. Reynolds said to be increasing tin foil shipments to the Soo

Nigerians do their best to reach out to small town in Canada. Small town in Canada does its best to reach out to Nigeria with the long arm of the law

Photoshop a use for this rusting thing

Are you a Farker?

Welcome to SooToday.com, the quirky news site that's all about life in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

We're rather fond of our little city, and we promise we won't shoot any arrows at you if you spend your next vacation in our beautiful part of Canada.

We even have a hot chick named Paige with weird eyebrows who helps people plan their visits here.

To meet Paige, please click here.



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