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  • Nancy Pelosi asked both parties to dial down the rhetoric because she's seen first hand what happens when vicious, bigoted rhetoric because violent bigoted actions and yet she was branded as being an alarmist by John Beyner and other republicans. pat cochran

    Georgia congressman: Wilson's outburst 'carefully calculated'

  • I like their "ideas" for DVD cases, but they're so cheap that they're not worth buying. zephram cochran you paid $100.00 for that exclusive? the target exclusive is better than the amazon crap! haha sucker!

    Star Trek DVD/Blu-Ray Retail Exclusives | /Film

  • First up, for all the photographers in the audience, your waitress photos features a daily picture taken by an artist-with-a-day-job named valerie j. cochran.

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  • I did catch this: frist, cochran, mccain, bond, gregg, collins, ben nelson all met with the preznit about the line item veto today– kerry not there but snowballs says he supports it. nicole wallace stepping down on friday. no replacement.

    Firedoglake » Hypocrisy, Much?

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    Robin Sax: A Prosecutor's View: OJ is Banking on the Race Card, Again!

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    Robin Sax: A Prosecutor's View: OJ is Banking on the Race Card, Again!

  • nervous breakdown - eddie cochran - legendary masters series: no.

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  • As long as we're riffing on the name "cochran," let's not forget Eddie. *moment of silence*

    October 29, 2007

  • Also I think it was the name of the British officer who burned Washington, DC in 1814...

    No, wait. Here it is. British naval commander of the expedition that ended up burning Washington DC (and also attacking Baltimore, where F.S. Key wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner") was Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane. Cochrane had a similarly-named subordinate, though: Rear Admiral George Cockburn.

    October 29, 2007

  • Also, a notorious attorney named Johnny, right up there with the likes of one Phoenix Wright.

    October 29, 2007

  • Among the "private vessels" captured at Yorktown were the Cochran, North-Britain, Susanna, Arno, Ennendert and Matthews, two Dutch prizes" and "a privateer of 20 guns, quite new."

    October 29, 2007