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Daily Archives: 11 April 11, 2008
NEW YORK (AP) — Recently sworn-in U.S. citizen Craig Ferguson is being embraced by his new countrymen: The late-night comic hit a ratings milestone last week with his first victory over NBC’s Conan O’Brien. The CBS “Late Late Show” averaged … Continue reading
To find a recipe based on what you’re craving, plug up to eight tags into our “cookthink it” search tool. You can do in this two ways. Type one tag at a time into the search bar and hit “return” … Continue reading
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A girls sews her tongue.
Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond will eliminate four of its 13 full-time faculty positions in a downsizing plan to be presented to trustees April 28. President Ron Crawford said the school is not yet ready to announce which professors are … Continue reading
REEDSBURG, Wis. (AP) – An elementary-school event in which kids were encouraged to dress as members of the opposite gender drew the ire of a Christian radio group, whose angry broadcast prompted outraged calls to the district office. Students at … Continue reading
It appears that McCain and his wife has been attending this Southern Baptist affiliated church for about 17 years.Â That’s pretty interesting considering his wife’s fortune comes from the beer business, or as my marketing professor of my SBC univerisity … Continue reading