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Daily Archives: 27 October 27, 2008
Snuzzy, where cute and fuzzy collide, sniffs out the funniest Internet pet humor so you don’t have to. We’ll make you srsly grrrin from ear to ear with a daily dose of slobber-soaked furry funnies! Snuzz.com But it’s section on … Continue reading
WASHINGTON – Most Americans strongly believe that God has uniquely blessed America, and a similar majority believe that the United States should set the example as a Christian nation to the rest of the world, a survey released Wednesday found. … Continue reading
I’m posting this because the kid is cute, because the Biden stuff is ho-humm.
View the interative map here. If you scroll down a little bit you can see a list of newspapers that endorsed Bush in the last election but has endorsed Obama this time around.Â There’s also a list of newspapers that … Continue reading
When a customer of First Missouri State Bank recovered a zip-top bag of cash he’d misplaced during the ice storm last winter and the flooding in March, he got an unpleasant surprise. The vinyl bag had been left in a … Continue reading
http://www.joewurzelbacher2010.com/ And it appears he’s considering it . . . (CNN) â€“ Could Joe the Plumber become Joe the congressman? Joe Wurzelbacher, the most famous plumber in America thanks to John McCain and Sarah Palin, told conservative talk radio host … Continue reading
The Hereford and Normandy breed cows were discovered by the ranch manager in the field. A veterinary expert who examined the carcases said they had been killed by lightning hitting the wire fence bordering the field where the animals were … Continue reading
BAGHDAD â€” Iraq’s government has an unusual money problem as much of the world grapples with a credit crunch â€” it can’t spend its oil riches fast enough. The U.S. is trying to change that by training Iraqi bureaucrats struggling … Continue reading
Looking for a truly memorable gift for your spouse? Charla Muller has one: Offer your spouse sex every day for a year. That’s what she gave her husband, Brad, for his 40th birthday. The gem of 365 Nights: A Memoir … Continue reading
After news broke yesterday about Governor Palinâ€™s rather large clothing expenditures, a friend sent me an email, challenging me to build a complete, Vice Presidential candidate worthy, wardrobe for Governor Palin for less than $2,500. Now $2500 is more than … Continue reading