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Category : News

Bush vetos his first bill

Categories: News, Politics
Comments: 6 Comments
Published on: July 19, 2006

I think he should have vetoed more by now, but this is a bill that needed to be vetoed. It is wrong to kill a unborn child for personal gain. I know many are trying to change the terms used to talk about these unborn children, that is a step to dehumanize a human. But[…]

Well it happend

Categories: Biking, News
Comments: 5 Comments
Published on: July 9, 2006

Well today I finally saw in the Tour De France something I have wanted to see since last year. Some one in the break away group win a stage, well it looks like Sylvain Calzati (of Team AG2R Prevoyance) did just that with the second place winner being 2:05 behind him. It was cool to[…]

The War on Christmas continues

Categories: News, Politics
Comments: 1 Comment
Published on: July 8, 2006

For those of you that don’t believe there is a war on Christmas just check out the last line of the of this artical, “Hopefully, a device like this one will be out in time for winter solstice.”.

The first Tropical storm of the season has been named

Categories: News
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Published on: June 12, 2006

When I typed the Title for this post, I almost typed for the year, but then I remembered that, that would be an incorrect statement, last season had a storm that came into this year. But Tropical Storm ALBERTO is now out there, and so it begins. will this year be as bad as last,[…]

Ben Roethlisberger’s Bike Accident

Categories: Biking, News, Politics
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Published on: June 12, 2006

I know this will make some people mad at me, but I am going to put the following post up about Ben Roethlisberger’s Bike crash. First I hope he makes a full recovery. But I can see some good coming out of this crash. No I don’t have it in for him, but Bikers and[…]

Again lets guess the number of storms this year.

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Published on: May 13, 2006

Last year I posted near the beginning of the Hurricane Season for your guess as how far we would get into the names for last year. Well since we are about 2 weeks away from the “official” beginning of the Hurricane Season, lets do it again. You can see a list of the names for[…]

South Park

Categories: News, Politics
Comments: 4 Comments
Published on: April 12, 2006

I love the show South Park, but this season they are really attacking many religions. I will admit I am afraid when they go after Christians for the first time this season. This is going to be a great season of South Park, but a lot of people will be offended this year, it is[…]

Flooding in Europe (This worries me)

Categories: Family, News
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Published on: April 4, 2006

The BCC is running a news item about Flooding in Central Europe. This worries me. Why you might ask, my sister lives in Modling, Austria (this is just about 30 minutes outside of Vienna) , so I am worried about her, I am going to give her a call tomorrow to see how things are[…]

What the heck is wrong with the french

Categories: News
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Published on: March 29, 2006

Well France is in the news again, for riots. I wonder what is wrong with that country. A couple a months ago it was muslems rioting, now it is the unemployed rioting. That country is going to either fall into civil war, or collapse soon.

Chapters

Comments: 3 Comments
Published on: March 6, 2006

OK, as I promised here is a post that has some real content in it, and for me this is also some big news, probably the biggest news I have shared on my blog since I started it up in July of 2004. Back then I had been work here in CASOS group of ISRI[…]

A second Red storm on Jupider

Categories: News
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Published on: March 6, 2006

Rob over at UnSpace is running an article on a second red spot that might be soon to form on Jupiter. I wonder what the time table for this think might be like since weather on Jupiter last much longer then on earth, a storm here on earth can blow up and then die within[…]

Santorum and Bush at odds over the port Sell to the United Arab Emirates

Categories: News, Politics
Comments: 1 Comment
Published on: February 22, 2006

As many probably know Bush has threatened to veto any bill that would block the Port transfer to the a company run by the United Arab Emirates. Well today I got one of Santorum’s campain E-Mail (yes I am on the email list for his campain, I did sign up for it, so it is[…]

The guy that the Vice President Shot

Categories: Hay it is funny, News, Politics
Comments: 2 Comments
Published on: February 13, 2006

I was watching Bill O’Reilly and he talked a bit about the guy that Dick Chaney shot. I first Read about this story on unspace and Rob predicted that many would use this as a way to attack the VP, no Rob is not a Republican he (I believe) is a Democrat (as far as[…]

Kids will always find a way to kill themselfs in an attempt to get a “buzz”

Categories: News
Comments: 1 Comment
Published on: February 10, 2006

KDKA is running story about how some kid killed themselves playing some stupid game where they try to chock themselves, in an attempt to get a “buzz”. This is one kid that deserves the Darwin award!!! I am just wondering what kind of brain failure you must have to think that strangling yourself can be[…]

Comment to the people that do pghcast

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Published on: February 8, 2006

For those of you that know about it There is a podcast called pghcast that covers topics of interst for the Pittsburgh regions. Well on Monday they did a show on the Super Bowl win (well no shocker there) but they said that they would cover the Pens next week. So I thought I would[…]

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