Monthly Archives: September 2010

The facial expressions…

…are priceless. Wouldn’t you love to know what the men in this picture are thinking? Ah, North Korea. So, um, what’s the word? Odd. Yes, that works. Advertisements

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Katie in the morning…

…but not in the evening…and not a super time. Could good ol’ Katie be back in the morning time? Maybe.

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Their credibility is shot

The latest Gallup poll offers the latest piece of evidence that the mass media have lost their most important attribute — their credibility. Fully 57 percent of people who responded to the poll say they have little or no trust … Continue reading

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Twenty percent of the world’s population is lucky

They live in some part of the world where water resources are not scarce. The problem is that 80 percent of the world’s population does not. The potential ramifications should give us pause. When you consider that politicians in this … Continue reading

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When a teenager tells you "I know where I am going to college"…

…then perhaps you ought to pay attention. Intriguing, isn’t it?

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Bye-bye Baseball!!

A stunning announcement from the University of California. It will cut five of its men’s and women’s NCAA teams, effective next season. Among the cuts — the baseball program. Are economic pressures behind the decision? Of course.

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If the sky is the limit…

…then Skyy might have gone beyond the limits? You decide. And as you do, please remember that Skyy already has won — consider the media coverage and social media blabber that will follow.

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