Last Week's Most Popular Daily RFT Posts

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In case you missed some of them, here are the ten most popular posts from last week, May 11-17, 2009.

The Five Most Offensive Cardinals-Cubs Shirts
Users of the social bookmarking website Stumble Upon flocked to this post, which outlined some outrageous baseball shirts.

Father of Strangled Family Has Girlfriend in Florida
The saga of Christopher Coleman -- the Columbia, Illinois man whose wife and two sons were found strangled in their home -- continued, as police reported that he had a girlfriend in Florida.

I'll Be Damned, That Alleged Sex Offender Was My Dermatologist!
Jerome Aronberg, suspected and charged with sodomy of juveniles, was the dermatologist of blogger and RFT managing editor Ellis Conklin -- and a lot of our readers.

Police Fingerprint Father of Strangled Family
The Major Case Squad continued its investigation on the slayings of Christopher Coleman's family, fingerprinting the man last week.

Did Darius Miles' Outrageous Ride Lead to Pot Bust?
National sports blog Deadspin picked up on this post, showing some of the cars that show the East St. Louis native and NBA player just doesn't know how to keep a low profile.

Honorary Pall Bearers Albert Pujols and Jim Edmonds No-Shows at Funeral for Munchkin
The funeral for Mickey Carroll -- St. Louis' own munchkin and provider of tall tales and generosity -- was last week.

What Hookers and Johns Are Saying About the Demise of Craigslist's "Erotic Services"
In the wake of an announcement by Craiglist founders that the site would delete its "Erotic Services" category in favor of an "Adult Services" category, hookers and johns began sounding off -- they'll go elswhere -- about the change.

Taxidermy: It's an Art. And It's All Over St. Charles This Week
This post continued its popularity among readers, who viewed some bizarre taxidermy at the World Championships in St. Charles.

Congressman Lacy Clay: Ass Clown of the Week
Voter turn-out is a sidebar to every election story, and it seems you love to vote on St. Louis' own weekly ass clowns.

Youth Charged in 2008 Killing over Rally's Cheeseburgers
Last August, a St. Louis teen allegedly shot another man, Carl Sharp, 26, because he bought three cheeseburgers instead of two at a Rally's on Natural Bridge Road. Last week, the youth was charged with murder.

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