Daily Archives: 14 December 14, 2007

Vick’s Letters Begging Leniency

Former NFL star Michael Vick and some of his supporters (such as his mom, Hank Aaron, Warrick Dunn, and George Foreman) wrote letters to U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson asking the judge to be lenient when sentencing Vick for … Continue reading

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U2 – It’s Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

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For my fellow DIRECTV customers

I wasn’t aware that they have an on-demand service which is absolutely free until one of their guys came out to my house yesterday. All you need is one of their DVR’s and an Internet connection. There’s even an online … Continue reading


Find out how many episodes are left of your favorite shows

Because of the writers’ strike, a lot of shows have stopped filming.  TVGuide provides you an updated list of what is left to watch here. A few highlights: Chuck: Thirteen episodes will be produced. Eleven episodes have aired, so there … Continue reading

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Christmas Canon (Trans-Siberian Orchestra)

WifeGeeding loves this song.


A Mac vs PC christmas

I saw this for the first time last night.

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Army pays $725 to WWII vet for unfair trial, imprisonment

Samuel Snow thought when he got a check from the Pentagon that the Army was finally ready to give him the apology and the compensation he’d been denied for 63 years. He was wrong. The Army imprisoned Snow in 1944 … Continue reading

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The Year in Media Errors and Corrections

A roundup of 2007’s best errors and corrections in the media. Link 

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Thieves cut off man’s ‘holy leg’

Police in southern India are hunting for two men who attacked a Hindu holy man, cut off his right leg and then made off with it. Full Article

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G.W. Bush Happy Xmas (War is Over)

I know it’s a slam on Bush, but I was impressed with the amount of time and editing that his must have took. It’s real similar to the Sunday Bloody Sunday mix I posted way back when.

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A nice feel good story

A St. Petersburge postman notices that some of the elderly can’t more their lawn, so he decides to do it for them for free.  He’s up to 15 lawns. Article

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A hotel in downtown Dallas


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