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“Digging into the batter's box and staring at the pitcher, his eyes practically squinting, focusing on the pitcher, zeroing in onthe ball, Jones poses a serious threat each at-bat.”
“Manchester United's green and gold anti-Glazer movement has called onthe club's former greats to follow the lead of David Beckham and jointheir campaign to oust the owners of the Barclays Premier Leaguechampions.”
“To me only one safety is SAFE and thats the safety onthe model lloo and their Auto rifles.”
“The latest lobbying reports filed with the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying say the CRIA and CMPDA (Canadian Motion Picture Distributors Association), “have been among the most active on the copyright front,” meeting with Canadian heritage minister James Moore in late March, blogs Michael Geist, going onthe latest round of reported meetings include »»»”
“* And Glenn Greenwald has another must-read post onthe fundamental unreliability of American media.”
“He got it immediately — also a pat onthe hand, a kind word.”
“The single digit years of the Bush and Republican Congress gave us runaeay policies that allowed the rch to get richer onthe back ofthe middle class.”
“The Archblogger of Westminster Iain Dale has given his views onthe state of the Welsh blogosphere, which although it hardly qualifies as political news was naturally of great interest to political bloggers in Wales.”
“Earlier post: Standard & Poor's affirms Triple A sovereign credit rating for the United Statestoday but revises its outlook onthe long-term rating from stable to negative, The Wall Street Journal's MarketBeat blog reports today.”
“I heard a joke onthe Freethought Radio podcast that makes me chuckle and throw up my hands in exasperation at the same time.”
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