Tagged: politics

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Separated at Near-Death?

From an IM with Bill, he informed me that Ross Perot is back at it and gave me a link to Perot Charts. Yes, Ross Perot is back and he’s armed with the awesome power of visual representations of data....

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Shoeless Hump Day

I can’t say for certain whether today will be a good day or a bad one. I got up a wee bit later than usual as I was having a dream that contributed to me thinking I’d gotten up when...

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Area Man Discovers Glimmer of Awareness

Good ol’ Jonesville Church of God. It looks like Pastor Roger Byrd realized that just maybe people might take some offense to linking a presidential candidates last name to that of a terrorist’s first name. Especially as a religiously endorsed...

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God Loves, Man Misinterprets

When I tell people where my parents live, I am quick to tell them, “That’s not where we’re from.” My parents live just outside Greenville, SC, not an area known for its progressiveness. They’re about 50 miles from Jonesville, SC...

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Leave Her Alone

I would love to know the meaning behind this post-it note I saw on metro last Friday night. Oddly enough it touched on a conversation a friend and I have been having this week, but still is it viral? art?...

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Two Crazy Sistas…

That could very well be the title of a new show on BET. It can’t be any worse a title than Hot Ghetto Mess. The Starbucks Red Eye is currently coursing through my veins and giving me amazing caffeine-related superpowers....

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I wonder if I can send this one in to Mythbusters?

A poll released yesterday by the Associated Press made it official: Americans are more likely to believe in ghosts (34 percent) than to believe that President Bush is doing a good job with the war in Iraq (29 percent). —...