Daily Archives: 28 August 28, 2009

West Texas field reads: ‘Say no to Obama!’

LUBBOCK — A former art teacher used his West Texas field to carve out a protest about the Obama administration’s proposed overhaul of the health care system. Sam Bates recently plowed some weeds and left behind the message “Say no … Continue reading

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Happy Friday

It’s Friday. You should be happy. Tell me why.

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The Quest for 31 is Almost Over

NFL super fan, Hans Steiniger, has been attending professional football games in different NFL cities for the past three years in an attempt to see a game in each home stadium, a feat he calls, “The Quest for 31”. Now … Continue reading

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People of Walmart

A website dedicated to the “interesting” shoppers of Wal-Mart. And if you submit your own photo, you have the chance to win a Wal-Mart gift certificate from $25-$100. www.peopleofwalmart.com

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Anonymous Tweeting

Tweet From Above and Tweet From Below (TFA/TFB) let you post anonymous messages on Twitter without creating an account or posting those messages in your own Twitter feed. And why would you want to do that? Well, we thought of … Continue reading

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Healthcare Protest

A man in an Obama mask whips an elderly man using a walker. Even the liberal that I am found this creative.

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Tool Link

Ford trucks now keep a running tally of what construction tools are back on board and which may have been left on the job site. It’s part of Tool Link, a $1,120 RFID tag option for Ford trucks. GearLog.com

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Bag of Randomness

I haven’t been to a high school football game in a very long time.  It’s probably been over six years.  That might change this year. I knew my high school build a new stadium not so long ago, but I … Continue reading

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