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FoodSaver HandHeld System $4.50 Shipped

***Sorry! It seems this deal is over...the item is out of stock. Hot deals like this usually go pretty quickly.*** We use a FoodSaver for our larger frozen items so I'm really excited to see this deal. This is a deal on the handheld FoodSaver system... normally ... Continue reading

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The Higher Commission Sites Lack Of Leadership At Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute.

The Higher Commission sites Lack Of Leadership At Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute. In a letter to Dr. Sherry Allison, president of Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute ( SIPI). The Higher Learning Commission sites several factors that contributed to SIPI’s lost of accreditation including, but not limited to: “The ... Continue reading

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Kobach loses immigration battle; GOP enjoys Democratic memo; Hartman says no to Libertarian run

The Associated Press reports that a federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Hazleton, Pa., may not enforce its crackdown on illegal immigrants. The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia said that Hazleton's Illegal Immigration Relief Act usurped the federal government's exclusive power to regulate immigration. ... Continue reading

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Screw this, nail that

Spend enough time entrusting your life to a couple of thin strips of rubber and latex, and you’re bound to keep your eyes peeled for pricks. Normally, the greatest threat to my bike tires is glass, and in certain parts of the city on certain days, there’s ... Continue reading

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Big 12 football week 2 picks, and how entertaining would it be if Boise State played in BCS Championship?

For my week 2 Big 12 football picks, feel free to check out a new episode of Conference ChatterTV below: **Would you want to see Boise break BCS tradition?** When thinking about BCS Championship possibilities before the season, most of the scenarios played out in my mind ... Continue reading

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Islamic Tolerance - Keeping up with the Joneses

Pastor Terry Jones planned a Koran (Quran) burning on September 11th, the anniversary of Radical Islam attacks on America. He may have canceled the burning, or not. Either way, Islam - the religion of peace and tolerance - has already had zealots demonstrate their tolerance. President Obama, ... Continue reading

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Obama’s $50 Billion Transportation Stimulus

Speaking at a Union organized rally, President Obama stated that he seeks $50 billion in transportation spending for jobs. This request, a portion of Stimulus Two, has been called the Transportation Stimulus. Sending a Private Message or email to Did_I_say_that, regarding the content of this blog, provides ... Continue reading

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Over-The-Road Survey Limon CO to Topeka KS

GO Magazine recently published an article about the history of RVing featuring several couples and their RV lifestyle. Dudley Crow called his spacious and comfortable motorhome "martini camping." It would seem he isn't the only one who enjoys this type of RVing as we found recently with ... Continue reading

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Why Webb? Why not?

Kansas University football coach Turner Gill announced Wednesday that red-shirt freshman Jordan Webb would start at quarterback during Saturday’s game against No. 15 Georgia Tech. This, less than three weeks after announcing near the end of preseason practice that sophomore Kale Pick was the starting QB for ... Continue reading

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The Charities of Congress

Charitable foundations set up by members of Congress really demonstrate the power of the old adage: charity begins at home. This is another instance of Congress not only failing to regulate itself, but also manufacturing new means to funnel influence under the guise of doing good. Both ... Continue reading

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Around the Web in 7 Days: A look at the Yellow Jackets

Welcome to the second edition of KUsports.com’s latest blog feature: Around the Web in Seven Days. Each week this season, we’ll take a look around the world to find out what others out there are saying about the Jayhawks and their game that week. For the most ... Continue reading

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Breakdown: Kale Pick’s pick simply a poor decision

Welcome back to "Breakdown," where we'll look at a KU play each week and try to go a little more in-depth into why it did or didn't work. After North Dakota State's stunning 6-3 victory over the Jayhawks, we're going to look back at the play that ... Continue reading

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Hartman may run as a Libertarian; Cleaver concerned about political discourse; Moore opposes Obama proposal

Wink Hartman, who was defeated in the Republican Party primary for the 4th congressional seat, is considering a run as a Libertarian. http://www.kansas.com/2010/09/08/1482836/hartman-may-run-as-libertarian.html U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Kansas City, says today's politics "empty." http://www.kansascity.com/2010/09/07/2206812/cleaver-laments-emptiness-in-todays.html In a news release, Stephene Moore, a Democrat running for the 3rd Congressional ... Continue reading

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Subscriptions getting cheaper

So I’ve been looking at different ways to scale back on our expenses. A few weeks ago, I wrote about giving up our satellite radio service. Over the past year, I’ve dropped a few of my magazine subscriptions as well. One was Better Homes and Gardens, a ... Continue reading

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Cliff’s Notes: Turner Gill press conference, 9/7/10

Here is the Cliff's Notes version of Kansas football coach Turner Gill's comments at his weekly press conference today. If you want to get live updates from each week's press conference, be sure to follow us on Twitter (@kusports). Full audio has been posted. • **KU coach ... Continue reading

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A New RM Series: The Five “A”s That Threaten Your Union: Adultery

This week I'll be starting a new 5-part series of blog posts called *The Five "A"s That Threaten Your Union*. It is a generally accepted principle in the marriage-mending business that there are *three* classic "A"s that make it impossible to bring healing to a marriage in ... Continue reading

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Monday Rewind: North Dakota State

Well, nobody expected that. At least, nobody around here. But it happened and there’s nothing anybody can do about it but put it in the past and move on. That’s the goal of this blog. For better or for worse, each Monday I’ll provide a quick look ... Continue reading

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Labretta Suede and the Motel Six

This weekend my adventures took me to Greaserama in Kansas City (it's a hot rod extravaganza). If you don't like beards that reach the belt buckle, tattoos as far as the eye can see, and men in fishnet stockings, then this wasn't the place for you. We ... Continue reading

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Root ‘n’ roll

“I saw you ride up on your bike.” It wasn’t so much the words uttered by the receptionist at the endodentist as the tone that rubbed me the wrong way. There was a sneer to my ear. It sounded a bit like that cute-but-bratty girl I sat ... Continue reading

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Slow starts hamper Big 12’s typical flashiness; ChatterTV reaction; Week 1 awards; Sorrentino Scale debuts

With one week of Big 12 football games complete, I feel a sense of utter perplexity when trying to make sense of how the conference's week 1 performances will translate to the rest of the season. Allow me to elaborate: • Oklahoma, to me, was the most ... Continue reading