Monthly Archives: July 2012

Way to go, RMU!!!!

This is a big deal, and if I stand accused of being biased because it involves my employer and a friend…then so be it Advertisements

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Welcome home, Mr. Romney

You can’t blame Mitt Romney if he is happy to be back in the U.S.. Romney will use the speculation over his (I think imminent) announcement about his vice-presidential selection to generate a different strand of conversation about his presidential … Continue reading

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Hello Mr. VP candidate

Originally posted on CNN Political Ticker:
Washington (CNN) – Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign is quietly laying the groundwork for a high-profile blitz of several key battleground states in the run-up to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, and Republicans briefed…

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A blackout affecting 680-million people

Sadly, that is not a typo — the latest blackout to hit India has affected 680-million people.

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A shark cloud

Check out the cloud…I think you can make out the mouth and body and tail of a shark. What do you think?

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Shame on you, Twitter

Drip. Drip. Drip. The more we learn about how a British journalist criticized NBC for its Olympic coverage on Twitter and then had his account suspended by that social networking site, the more the situation stinks. The Telegraph reports that … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the majority Congress

You have run off another person who believes compromise and commonsense are not nasty words. The Washington Post takes a look at which Ohio Republican announced today he’s done with the stresses that too often come with being a member … Continue reading

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