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10:14 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
10:07 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
A rehashing. I should have figured.
9:25 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
It sounds like the other trustees are just going to select someone from amongst the applicants to fill the seat until the end of her term.
9:14 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The car was unlocked and the windows were rolled down at the time of the break-in.
Should this really even be classified as a "break-in." I mean, the only way the "victim" could have made it any easier for the thief would have been to put the cash, credit card and other stuff on the hood of the car along with a sign saying "Help Yourself".
9:09 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I think the most interesting takeaway from this article is that someone other than Scot Ross interviewed Scot Ross.
8:59 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Thanks for the helpful link to this article, misty.
4:54 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Maybe we can add a little more....
<META NAME="Grape Nuts" CONTENT="Sand blast your way to colon health while enjoying a delicious breakfast!">
<META NAME="Grape Nuts" CONTENT="Get rid of tartar buildup and enjoy a nourishing breakfast at the same time. Crunch your way to less tooth decay!">
<META NAME="Grape Nuts" CONTENT="An edible and delicious alternative to the traditional bag of kitty litter in the car trunk during snow and ice season. Traction and nutrition - all in one.">
3:20 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I think the AP situation is the most damaging to the current administration. When, as a Democrat, you've got members of the press comparing your administration to Nixon's in terms of its obsession with secrecy and paranoia - on NPR of all places - that's about as bad as it can get in terms of press relations.
Benghazi will continue to haunt Hillary, although I don't think it's a deal killer. You'd have to believe that it would trump having her as "the first female president". As we've seen with Obama, what he does or says has a lot less to do with his ability to bring out the vote than does the "historic nature" of his presidency.
I would have been ready to pretty much write the IRS thing off as a short term blip, were it not for what Michael McClusky mentioned above. Lerner's testimony today just turned this from a case of low level hijinks to one with the appearance of a cover-up in the works.
12:51 pm on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Randy, I think there's at least partial agreement around here that Grape Nuts didn't hit a HR here. I don't find this much different than the lists of best restaurants in a particular area that include places you'd use up a half a tank of gas to get to. I'm guessing that, were they really aware that she was one part of a contentious recall effort, they might not have chosen her for the subject of this "sponsored" article.
Dave doesn't feel the inclusion of her cancer was necessary (which, again, I find ironic). You, I'm guessing, find it a bit hypocritical, or ironic in itself. Had we not gone through a year and a half of crap over Walker's election, it would most likely be duly noted and that would have been the end of it.
Once again, the value of "Social Media Marketing" as a way of endearing your company or product to potential customers comes into question, particularly when it's a ham-handed effort, as this one appears to be.
11:46 am on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
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