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  • I don't care if Albert Pujols misses 75% of next season yet still hits 30 HRs in the last 25% of the baseball season, that does not make him MVP worthy, nor does it make it fair to the other guys who manage to stay healthy and play more games than Mr. Injury Prone aka Joe Mauer.

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  • Free audio fiction: The Time Traveler Show podcast #21 features readings of three stories: "Prone" by Mack Reynolds, "An Incident on Route 12" by James H. Schmitz, and "Will You Wait?

    SF Tidbits for 12/05/07

  • Prone to violence and less than thrilled at having to spend the weekend with two middle-aged queers, Patrik's brooding presence instantly triggers the angry and paranoid Sven's old drinking habits.

    George Heymont: The Kids May Be All Right, But What About The Parents?

  • – Prone to letting words and thoughts tumble out of her mouth without pause, PRIMULA can also be acutely observant.

    Casting Info for THE HOBBIT Revealed – Collider.com

  • Personally, I have always loved Joe Biden and never thought of him as a Gaffe-Prone person.

    Gaffe-prone Biden avoids weighing in on Obama verbal slip

  • Prone to tantrums, crying binges, and demanding and often exhausting bouts of creative energy, Jobs was as far from a tech nerd as you could imagine.

    Steve Rosenbaum: The Explosive Power of Art+Science

  • Prone to delusions that he's the Messiah and God and the devil speak to him, the 42-year-old Tarloff has been in and out of mental hospitals for almost two decades, his lawyer and psychiatrists have said.

    David Tarloff Runs Through Hospital Naked, Declared Unfit For Trial For Kathryn Faughey Meat Cleaver Murder

  • Prone in the muck of the decaying jungle-floor, Balatta threw herself, clutching his ankles with her hands kissing his feet and making slubbery noises that chilled his backbone up and down again.

    THE RED ONE

  • The new translation of 1977's "Fatale" (New York Review Books, 100 pages, $12.95) is only the third available in English—following the 2002 City Lights issues of "Three to Kill" (1976) and "The Prone Gunman" (1981).

    A Killer Vision of a Corrupt Society

  • The influence is clear: Manchette skillfully subverts typical noir situations, such as the family man who walks away when danger strikes ("Three to Kill"), the solitary figure who snuffs out small-town corruption ("Fatale") and the retired killer drafted for one last assignment against his will ("The Prone Gunman").

    A Killer Vision of a Corrupt Society

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