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  • : | sammGUtta wonder if megan fox, megan good, eva longoria, eva mendes, olivia wilde, moon bloodgood are up onm twitter manofconviction watching 2 fast 2 furious, its a lot crappier than i remember, but damn eva mendes is so hot jjjjjjjjjjjo 2 Fast 2 Furious ....

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  • The Fox News debate questions caused the term "Fast and Furious" to trend on Twitter nationwide and worldwide for some time Thursday evening.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • And remember the name "Fast and Furious" because I predict you'll be hearing a lot about it in the days ahead.

    Diane Dimond: Be Furious Over Operation Fast and Furious

  • But according to newly disclosed emails, Carwile didn't know the name "Fast and Furious" five days after sending the second memo.

    FOXNews.com

  • Under what it calls the Fast Start program, Floor Coverings will send an employee to each franchisee for a few days with the mission of helping the franchisee build relationships with other companies that can send clients its way.

    Chain Links

  • IATA has also come up with what it calls a Fast Travel manifesto, a six-point plan to transform airports into self-serve operations: It wants passengers to be able to scan their own passports, check themselves in (and their bags), board the plane on their own, rebook their own flights and handle lost-luggage claims.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • When all the company requested and earnestly begged it of him; first of all (says he), the time and manner of the greatest and most holy solemnity of the Jews is exactly agreeable to the holy rites of Bacchus; for that which they call the Fast they celebrate in the midst of the vintage, furnishing their tables with all sorts of fruits while they sit under tabernacles made of vines and ivy; and the day which immediately goes before this they call the day of

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • Cliff Kuang wrote in Fast Company about how he did it:

    A Font Designed With E. Coli Bacteria

  • Chris Dannen writes in Fast Company about the changes that allow the car to safely navigate sharper turns at higher speeds:

    Autonomous Robotic Race Car

  • "The Gambler" by Paolo Bacigalupi (originally reviewed in Fast Forward 2 edited by Lou Anders) is the type of story that reinforces my love for short fiction.

    REVIEW: 2009 Hugo Award Short Fiction Nominees

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