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  • Obama to wave a magic wand and make everything peachy-keen?

    Poll: Obama approval rating dips under 60 percent

  • Good ol 'CNN – home of the tattooed & body-pierced comment posters who still believe the world would be peachy-keen if only Saddam, Uday and Qusay were back in their rightful place, that 9/11 was somehow our fault and that all the world's evil can be distilled down to four words: Bush, Cheney, Halliburton and neocon.

    Laura Bush speaks out on Burma

  • In the meantime, I have a peachy-keen item to give away to anyone who leaves a post.

    A New Drawing!

  • But nobody ever suggests that Winifred should say, "Well, gee, it's just peachy-keen that I completely nailed my audition and you bobbled yours but you got the part because you're pretty."

    mrissa: They'll put it on my tombstone: "The book was better."

  • We had a number of hacks in our code that made things mostly work, but the export process was dependent on other calendars handling our timezone-less events a certain way, and then Google Calendar quit doing that — so I switched everything to a new library called RiCal that does support timezones, and all is peachy-keen.

    Hacking and Tulips « Dyepot, Teapot

  • In the meantime, I have a peachy-keen item to give away to anyone who leaves a post.

    p_n_elrod: A New Drawing!

  • I'm not going to lie and say that everything about being an Air Force Family has been peachy-keen and apple pie wonderful.

    Year of the Air Force Family - SpouseBUZZ

  • This needs to be brought up again and again and again on the campaign trail, because Republicans really do not have an answer for this, other than to say things were peachy-keen under Bush's economy (see: this week's Talking Points, numbers one and three ...).

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [132] -- The DMV? Really?

  • This needs to be brought up again and again and again on the campaign trail, because Republicans really do not have an answer for this, other than to say things were peachy-keen under Bush's economy (see: this week's Talking Points, numbers one and three ...).

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [132] -- The DMV? Really?

  • The phone line has been busted and Verizon seemed to think waiting until the 19th to fix was just a peachy-keen thing to do.

    Archive 2010-04-01

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