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Monday Rewind: Georgia Tech

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. Sound familiar? It should. After two weeks of the college football season, many Jayhawk fans are scratching their ... Continue reading

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Not All Muslims Are Radicals

All of Islam is not radical; nor, are all Islamists, terrorists. However, it is safe to say that all Islamic terrorists are radicals; moreover, most radicals are willing to be terrorists. Since all of Islam is not radical, just how many Radical Islamic Terrorists are enough? There ... Continue reading

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Hoedown alert: Boston’s Crooked Still is Tuesday night’s best bet

This weekend was packed with so many amazing shows, the average concert-goer probably had more music than they could handle. Did I go to any of them? Nope. I was off with the family celebrating a religious holiday (Happy belated Eid, everyone!). So in place of a ... Continue reading

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Things that go bump in the night

I don’t remember starting to eat solid foods or walking for the first time. The whole potty-training thing is similarly fuzzy, too, though I imagine it was pretty traumatic; to this day my parents refuse to speak of it. But when it comes to childhood milestones and ... Continue reading

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Unexpected Kansas football transformation highlights week 2 awards

In just seven days, the Kansas University football team escaped the darkest depths of despair and created an enlightening, new path to its season filled with resounding promise. Feelings of hopelessness (6-3 loss to North Dakota State) transformed into raging excitement when the Jayhawks stunned No. 15 ... Continue reading

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In Plain Sight 9/12/2010 (3)

Previous: IPS 8/28/2010 Next: IPS 1/29/2011 hujiko identified the subject this week. See the bottom of this post for the complete picture and answer. Darn, it's been 2 weeks since my last post. Remember when I posted consistently on the same day of the week? Ahhhh, those ... Continue reading

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Math, Reading Gap Among Native American Students.

By CHRISTINE ARMARIO Associated Press Writer June 30, 2010 (AP) Native American students at Bureau of Indian Education schools perform worse in reading, math. Those in public schools, and particularly those in schools where Native American students represent less than 25 percent of the population, consistently scored ... Continue reading

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Sunday Deals: The “Free” Edition

I have a girlfriend who is determined to save money on her grocery budget but is struggling to find the time to clip coupons, track sales (even on blogs) and then get to the store and actually save money. She emailed me asking what she should do. ... Continue reading

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Sale items help create that designer inspired look inexpensively

Oh boy, Sunday's Michaels ad is making me giddy! I love all the fall stuff – the colors are so rich and I’ve been ready for this change of season. Like I’ve mentioned in previous blogs, I’ve been working with my fall décor. I pretty much use ... Continue reading

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Bierock-n-roll

Cabbage is really really good for you. Did you know that? I didn't. I thought it was probably kind of like lettuce - little roughage but not much in terms of vitamins and minerals. But cabbage is not only good roughage, it's full of B vitamins, vitamin ... Continue reading

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Online mortgage companies – Advantages and tips to choose one

There are many mortgage companies that can help you get mortgage at suitable rates. But if you want to go for online mortgage companies, there are several benefits. You can get **[online mortgage quotes][1]** from the companies that will help you to decide the affordable rates. 4 ... Continue reading

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Anna Undercover: Girls^3

##Girls, girls, girls! They're at your local strip club, and they're not just on the staff. They're here, they're queer, and a lot of them are hetero, too. A gaggle of four giggling teenage girls that visited me weekly at the Outhouse last winter. ("Omigod," the 18-year-old ... Continue reading

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Two Shows In The Next Few Days Youd Be A Fool To Miss

This Saturday Sept. 11 and Monday Sept 13 there will be two shows of epic proportions featuring some of the best upcoming artists from 2 very different genres. If you are an electronic fan and you have not heard of Producer/DJ Gold Panda (Saturday Sept. 11th) than ... Continue reading

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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