Daily Archives: September 22, 2012

SF Giants Win NL West!!!

SJ Mercury News: They came together despite crushing injuries and unexpected slumps. They stayed together through a spending spree by their closest rivals and a suspension that rocked baseball but only furthered the resolve within the clubhouse. On Saturday, the … Continue reading

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The SF Giants Magic Number is 1

The SF Giants first chance to clinch the NL West is tonight. They play the SD Padres at AT&T Park in San Francisco. MadBum will be on the mound. He is a 23 year old, 6 foot 5 inch country … Continue reading

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The Opology Tour Continues

USA Today: President Obama will address “the recent unrest in the Muslim world” in his speech Tuesday to the United Nations General Assembly, the White House is saying. That includes denouncing both the protests at American diplomatic posts in the … Continue reading

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Saturday Open Thread

For some reason this song makes me think about the Democratic party.

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Sarah Says “Go Rogue!”

Weakly Standard: Palin to Romney-Ryan: ‘Go Rogue’ “With so much at stake in this election, both Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan should ‘go rogue’ and not hold back from telling the American people the true state of our economy and … Continue reading

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Judgment Error

Christian Science Monitor: US says Libya attack was terrorism: Was it unprepared for Arab Spring fallout? “What we do know is that the natural protests that arose because of the outrage over the video were used as an excuse by … Continue reading

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Where do jobs come from?

From Working people are the Job Creators by Riverdaughter: Anyway, leaving aside the philosophical aspect, there is a straightforward reason why the real job creators are average working people. And when I say working people, I mean anyone not living … Continue reading

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