Monthly Archives: August 2007

Blind Loyalty Can Avoid Harsh Reality Only So Long

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Is George Clooney The Thinking Man’s Carey Grant?

Forbes Magazine thinks George is one of the world’s most eligible bachelors, which is a list that Carey was likely on at one time, but we think George might bring more to the table than simply suave hunkiness. Overall, which … Continue reading

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Just Another Sunny Day In Lotusland

Can’t a guy just enjoy a quiet walk with his pet? Subscribe in a reader

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Quote Of The Day: On Presidential Contenders

Gore Vidal: Any American who is prepared to run for president should automatically, by definition, be disqualified from ever doing so. Subscribe in a reader

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Little Alberto Has A New Fast Track To Play With

And Is It Ever A Scary Ride As reported by Richard B. Schmitt in the Los Angeles Times, the Justice Department is creating new rules that will usurp the authority of the courts, and the Attorney General the power to … Continue reading

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Short Items: The Perils Of Transportation

Reuters is reporting: TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese biker failed to notice his leg had been severed below the knee when he hit a safety barrier, and rode on for more than a mile, leaving a friend to pick up … Continue reading

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Katrina Two Years Later: The Rich Get Richer & The Common Folk Still Get The Shaft

The Lower Ninth Ward, et al Stand Neglected, While Disaster Relief Funds Subsidize Luxury Condos For Alabama Football Fans As reported by Jay Reeves of the AP and published by the Huffington Post today, real estate “investors”, we prefer to … Continue reading

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