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We were legends. (In our own minds)V

Our junior year in high school. Tom and I went to work at a local restaurant (which will remain nameless), working in the kitchen, busing ...

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Watching the potential of severe storms closely

We are expecting the possibility of severe thunderstorms come Friday evening and overnight. There are some precluding factors in their ignition, however. Any one of ...

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Thoughts on The Passing of Michael Jackson

When I heard about Michael Jackson's passing a week ago, I was naturally shocked, but somehow the news did not really surprise me. I can't ...

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Another year, another ride

Today’s my birthday. I know, I know. You MEANT to pick me up a little something, drop that card in the mail. I know. It’s ...

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what say you Chad Lawhorn?

his to Chad Lawhorn, I recently heard this comment, "The basic premise of the LJW article is untrue. Hundreds of universities have established repositories like ...

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It goes “BOOM”!

I have always been the cautious one in my family. While others jump in and start blowing stuff up, I am standing a safe distance ...

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Mann’s stubborn and fascinating “Public Enemies”

[three stars] Michael Mann’s “Public Enemies” is a lovingly crafted exercise by the veteran filmmaker, whose films have covered the similarities between criminals and lawmen ...

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HIPAA regulations and Michael Jackson

Congress initially passed the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in 1996 and it includes many aspects of medical care, including coverage for pre-existing ...

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Juuuuuust Kidding!

Well, our car blew up. In the middle of the motor way. Steam spewing out of engine. I guess it wasn't just a faulty sensor. ...

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“Anvil!” pursues its dream at all costs

[three and a half stars] out of four If sheer effort and dogged perseverance were enough to guarantee success, then Steve “Lips” Kudrow and Robb ...

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The biggest window in space

The astronauts that work in the International Space Station (ISS) are about to get an office with a view. The Tranquility node is slated to ...

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Because of Krugman’s ire, he missed a second count of treason

Logic and fallacies used to be introduced in 9th grade, but based on a review of recent congressional debates, reader's comments, and a New York ...

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Cherry Bombastic

We all have our favorite 4th of July traditions. We'll barbeque, we'll drink PBR, we'll light our leg hair on fire. Aside from all of ...

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Weather models not up to lightning speed quite yet

Weather models have a hard enough time dealing with quick changes. A thunderstorm is a perfect example of a “quick-changing” weather feature that weather models ...

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Writer dives into ‘Millionaire’ audition

Working at a newspaper isn’t exactly the formula for becoming a self-made millionaire these days. So that’s why I decided to audition for “Who Wants ...

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Computer prediction models not always so hot

So looking ahead to the next few days, there is most definitely one thing that is apparent. The models are teasing us with a bigger ...

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Health Care – yada –yada -yada

Nobody has provided any data that supports that a single payer government owned and operated system will be substantially cheaper then what we have now. ...

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Honoring Confederate Veterans

The 33rd USCT SC V, the only photo of first African-American troops in the US Army, circa 1864 Lonnie Randolph, state president of South Carolina's ...

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Harper’s Island: A subplot dies and takes the life of the party with it

The penultimate episode of “Harper’s Island": Kind of shocking. Kind of gory – and kind of a downer, as some of the most likable characters ...

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Ah, patriotism

My weekend of fun continued with another show on Saturday. I headed out to the Granada to watch local lovelies Fourth of July. I was ...

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