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Illinois Lottery still awaits Mega Millions winner
By Anonymous AP RED BUD — The holder of the state's winning Mega Millions ticket for a three-way share of the $ 656 million jackpot still hasn't come forward. Illinois Lottery spokesman Mike Lang said today that it's unclear who holds the ticket bought …
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It's legal for Joshua superintendent to lead prayer, but is it wise?
By Bud Kennedy But they want their superintendent to lead prayer, and that's where they might be misleading taxpayers into trouble. In America, government employees can't organize or lead prayers. But lawmakers themselves are always free to express …
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Bud Armstrong will not serve as Interim Law Director
Law Director Elect Bud Armstrong says he will not take the position a little early. Current Law Director Joe Jarret announced late last week that he will resign on March 31. Armstrong defeated Jarret last Tuesday in the Republican primary, …
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Turning Over a New Leaf

Turning Over a New Leaf
You might expect Greg Campbell, a former war correspondent whose work inspired the 2006 film "Blood Diamond," to have nerves of steel. But the confusing state of the nation's marijuana laws, which he chronicles in "Pot Inc.," reduces him to quiet panic …
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Few new details in Dodgers' sale court documents
Frank McCourt will get $ 1.588 billion in the sale of the Dodgers, but documents of the puchase agreement did not reveal either the structure of the financing deal or the arrangement by which the Dodger Stadium parking lots would be owned and operated.
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Factory work is a hot job
Bud Reed of SI Manufacturing in Anaheim was approved for a small business loan in February to buy a building to expand his manufacturing space. Orange County's factories — the long-suffering hubs of fabricating tangible things — are enjoying the …
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Every forum on the internet has a thread about Broly beating Galactus and owning the universe. No, just no. Before I get into this I just want to set the record straight for Broly fans that have consistently elevated Broly to statuses he’s never deserved. They’ve blamed his defeats on bullshit writing, they’ve used dub lines for evidence instead of facts, they’ve compared him to SSJ3 level, outright forged statements/lied about statements of Toriyama, stated Broly stronger than SSJ4 Gogeta, and they’ve essentially established an annoying and repulsive cult of personality around this uninteresting and unimpressive character from obscure non-canon DBZ films. Time to nip it in the bud, but before I invalidate their repetitious fanfiction, let’s look at the score card- Who was Broly able to beat? Movie 8: Four SSJ (Goku, Vegeta, Trunks, and Gohan) and a Namek (Piccolo). Movie 10: A weak MSSJ that hadn’t trained for 7 years (Gohan, and barely), two SSJ kids (Trunks and Goten), Krillin, and a human girl (Videl). Movie 11: Android 18… Who was Broly unable to beat? Movie 8: A SSJ (Goku) with the energy of three half dead base Saiyans and a half dead Namek. Movie 10: MSSJ Goku (if he was even actually there) and Gohan (weak after not training for 7 years and exhausted from fighting Broly), and a SSJ child (Goten). Movie 11A: Two SSJ children (Trunks and Goten) and Krillin. Movie 11B: Pikkon and MSSJ/SSJ2 Goku. Broly’s never beaten anyone even on par with MSSJ Gohan from the Cell

Small Talk: Doctors, Lawyers battle it out, B-ball style
Double-dribbling legal eagles on the Lawyers team are James Seal, Will Clay, Drew Senter, Tim Mitchell, James Sims, Taylor Stewart, Bud Turner, Chad Hanson, Bill Broome, Teddy Copland, Randy Brooks, Mike LaPlante, Jerry Sills and Shawn Quinlan.
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Right To Peace: A Desideratum [Guest Post]
One foresees the sinister that the various strikes will lead to, if not nipped in the bud. Innocent citizens are dying. Enough is enough! * He is a Public Analyst and writes from Ilorin. You may contact him on sahty4zeal@yahoo.com, mtoyin2010@yahoo.com …
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GROWING OLDER – March 23
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Gabriele: Supreme Court needs to hear these cases
US Legal System: Mr. Doe, a resident of Wichita Falls, Texas, has sued to halt the use of the name "John Doe" by filers of court documents as a substitute for the names of people unknown or being kept anonymous. Mr. Doe claims his friends are …
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Dutch fear threat to liberalism in cannabis curbs
Dutch smokers do not welcome the idea of having to register for weed passes. "Many of my customers are locals, artists, writers, doctors, lawyers, professionals. They don't want their name on a register — they don't know who could see it or use it. …
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Guest Post: Steve Jobs, In And Out of Exile At Apple (Part II)
Bud went out to get champagne. The others all gathered on the second floor, around Steve's desk. It was dusk when Steve swooped in off 280 and into a parking space by the front door. He bounded past the piles of two-by-fours and sheetrock and up the …
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Hometown boy David Freese wins World Series MVP
"You're Game 6 performance, David, will turn out to be one for the ages," Commissioner Bud Selig said in announcing the MVP award. "I'm sure this is a dream come true for a St. Louis native." Often overlooked in a lineup that features Pujols, …
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Georgiana Vines: Armstrong making plans for law director's job
By Georgiana Vines Richard "Bud" Armstrong, winner of the March Republican primary for Knox County law director, takes the position he is not yet elected despite having no Democratic opponent on Aug. 2. But he is "benchmarking" steps to take over Sept.
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Village law enforcement changes
By 1996 Berlin was gone and Bud Chasteen was chief. Chasteen, a law enforcement veteran, was a consummate grant-writer, tapping into funds from state or federal entities to benefit the tiny village. Chasteen prepared grant applications that benefited …
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Baseball Commissioner Objects to Dodgers Bankruptcy Exit Plan
The objection is “limited” and doesn't mean Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig is reneging on his promise to help the Dodgers win court approval for its reorganization plan, which is required before the team can exit bankruptcy, MLB officials said in the …
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Bay Village police uncover marijuana growing operation
Im sure they would not be so foolish as to 'weigh the entire plant' and calculate the 'bud yield' based on that… because it would only inflate their numbers and make the bust seem unnecessarily big. But there's no way they would clip it all …
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Woman with brain tumor says she was kicked out of hospital for using medical
about it even in states where it is legal. UnitedStates1776: I've only ever seen it's use cited to about 5-7k years ago. Where did you find the hundred thousand years scenario? Why not just take a smoke break outside? Oh, wait it wouldn't make a …
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Will The Grass Be Greener On The Other Side? One Smoker Still No On Washington
Having yet to make a dollar in any aspect of doing this, I feel pretty confident coming from a smokers point of view, instead of dollars I've made a name and some pretty cool bragging rights. Fact is, every 'wanna' smoker can acquire pot, legally or …
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MLB Capsules – NL: Astros pick Myers as closer
Wandy Rodriguez, Bud Norris and JA Happ are in Houston's rotation and 37-year-old Livan Hernandez, a non-roster invitee, has the inside track to a fourth spot. Jordan Lyles, Lucas Harrell, Henry Sosa, Kyle Weiland and non-roster Zach Duke are among the …
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The Small Chance the Supreme Court Will Overturn the Health Care Act
By creating incentives to buy insurance, the act expands the national risk pool and makes it economically feasible to impose new requirements on health insurers. These include, among other things, the requirement that insurers not turn people away …
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Michael McCann: Madoff-related settlement offers benefits for New York Mets
Subject legal standards like "willful blindness" and "good faith" are also ripe for juror interpretation, thus escalating the risk of trial for the owners. Third, the settlement ends the development of the trial record.
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Madoff-related settlement offers benefits for New York Mets' owners
Subject legal standards like "willful blindness" and "good faith" are also ripe for juror interpretation, thus escalating the risk of trial for the owners. Third, the settlement ends the development of the trial record.
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Kyle Petty I'm Calling You Out

Kyle Petty I'm Calling You Out
Hall of Fame team owner Bud Moore, former driver Buddy Baker and former crew chiefs Buddy Parrott, Waddell Wilson and Robert Yates are familiar faces in the modern day Sprint Cup garage, as is former Charlotte Motor Speedway President HA “Humpy” …
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'Twilight' Vs. 'The Hunger Games' Stars: A Verbal Smackdown Is So On!
K-Stew has called J-Law “plain,” admits one of K-Stew's buds. “The whole industry is saying Jennifer is the next Kristen and Kristen doesn't like that, but Jennifer doesn't like it either; she wants to be her own person,” her friend added.
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Age Discrimination and the Aging Workforce
By Joan S. Farrell, JD, BLR Legal Editor As the number of older workers in the American workforce grows, so does the potential for age discrimination claims against employers. The increase in the number of workers over age 55 in the workforce is due to …
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Internet sweepstakes games concern Pennsylvania officials
By Jason Cato, PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW Jason Cato is a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review staff writer and can be reached at 412-320-7936 or via e-mail. Kenny Gibson flipped a switch at 10:59 am Thursday and overhead lights illuminated rows of computer …
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MLBPA confident in drug-testing system
By Adam McCalvy / MLB.com | 03/04/12 3:00 PM EST Michael Weiner (right) with Commissioner Bud Selig (center) and MLB VP of labor relations Rob Manfred on Nov. 22. (AP) PHOENIX — Major League Baseball Players Association executive director Michael …
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Under-Followed Dividend Growth Stocks From The Netherlands
I suspect that the dividend growth may slow down in the near future as the payout ratio increases but I find the current yield attractive enough that I intend to buy shares in the coming few weeks. The indicated dividend amount of $ 0.53 gives an …
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UK bus driver gets 17 months in jail for mowing down bicyclist
Legally they are equal to a car. Share the road, they have as much right to be there as you do. "That is exactly why I carry when I ride." It's no longer self-defense when you provoke a confrontation and can predict using deadly force. You'll get …
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'Never explain, never apologise' is the Met police way. It's not good enough
That seems like quite an oversight, even leaving aside the fact that Duggan's death sparked terrifying riots across England – riots that the Met, particularly, failed to nip in the bud, at the cost of several further lives.
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Entrepreneurs scramble as banks call in loans
Mar 11, 2012 (The News & Observer – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) — Bud Matthews has been battling for months to avoid foreclosure on his small company's offices in Chatham County, a scenario that he says would put him out of …
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Challenges Facing Headphones Reach All Avenues
Counterfeiting is a very real problem for many product categories, and new precautions should always be developed and utilized in order to protect both consumers and manufacturers. Val Kolton, V-Moda: As the old adage goes, “you must be doing something …
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Entrepreneurs scramble as banks call in loans
Bud Matthews owns a 1960s brick ranch home that he has expanded and renovated into offices for his businesses. BY DAVID RANII – dranii@newsobserver.com Bud Matthews has been battling for months to avoid foreclosure on his small company's offices in …
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8 Reasons Being Married Is Just Better
Remember how much we wanted our best friend to spend every night at our house for weeks on end when we were little? Well, with marriage, you get to do that. Happily married people wake up every morning next to their best bud.
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Futures Higher in Anticipation of Jobs Data, Greek Debt Swap
The report was stronger than expected, with consensus estimates calling for a profit of $ 1.14 per share on $ 335.2 million in sales. BKE is trading 0.3% higher ahead of the bell. Today's earnings docket will also feature reports from Aeropostale ( ARO ) …
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Twitter, the Startup That Wouldn't Die
Twitter's strongest appeal to advertisers was to allow them to pay to add more heft to a standard message. Ads could then flow not only to the central Twitter website but to all of the various Twitter software programs on the Web and on mobile phones, …
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AWMA Show: Drayton McLane Looks to the Future in Keynote
Dollar stores are growing stronger, and non-profit food banks and online retailers are changing the face of retail forever, according to McLane. "Look at Amazon, for example," he said. "They started out in the book business and put the other book …
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Great expectations: Romney bets house on Michigan
“I think he's a strong candidate, no doubt about it. But it's not going to be handed to him on a silver platter,” said Glory Aiken, an Oakland County Republican deciding between the two candidates. “There's a lot of high emotion in this election.
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The mess accumulates and energy swells as adventurous travelers strut toward the promise of a truly psychedelic experience – an indelible climax to the weekend’s hedonistic foreplay. By midday throngs already amass in the painted streets and shaded byways of the far out little village of Nimbin. Saturday’s brilliantine noonday heat transforms the vibrant subtropical splendour of the verdant landscape into a viridian radiance of enervating humidity. The autumnal atmosphere verges back into the sweaty green steambath conditions common during the last few years’ runaway greenhouse summers.

Yet untrammeled vigour still imbues the eagerly expectant assembly of freaks, straights, tourists and wannabe contenders with unabated intensity as they mingle and jostle for the year’s best buds, heads, colas and other less combustible comestibles. A demi-multitude straggles into town along gravel tracks and bitumen arteries, undeterred by the heat of climate catastrophe or police state shenanigans.

The locals are thoroughly outnumbered. Garbage bins overflow along the crowd-filled footpaths as thousands of camera wielding, fast food chomping visitors from despoiled lands of drear normality throng and mix, deal and fix, see and be seen beneath banners of the rainbow tribes and the all-seeing eyes of robotic surveillance cams. Spectrum-spanning painted faces stud the baseball capped crowd in chaotic arcs of rainbow colours, a well laundered shimmering sea of shiny black-and-blue-clad suburbanites.

Why don’t you speak of what you’ve seen? The shaman muses as he rises from his seat to leave the Oasis. Is it just egotistic concerns over credibility – or a matter of not speaking of things which don’t want to be known?

Many of the visitors exist under a perennial stupor of paranoia in ‘normal’ workaday lives – fearing loss of station or job, marriage or children, afraid of peer or parental disapproval and all the other snares and grasping adhesions of the noxious social glue that holds the hive in which they’re enmeshed together – even, particularly, while walking and gawking down the main and almost only street of World Hippie Central. The alternative-minded but socially camouflaged throng doesn’t yet realise that they represent most of the world’s people – non-conformists at heart, who all live under the self-imposed harness of unnecessary fears, weighed down by the pointless guilt so keenly felt by true innocents deprived of normal human requirements, and made to feel inferior when they seek to satisfy their needs.

All yearn for release from the straightjacket asylum of a barely post-feudal civilisation run by lunatic control freaks.

The ages-old witch and shaman ride within us all, suppressed or oppressed or free as a bird and all of us are hankering after a flavour that leads to the taste of other dimensions, fresher views – zestier, more riveting impressions of the sumptuous reality through which we otherwise drift like limbo-bound wraiths and automatons.

Most Mardi Grass revelers couldn’t give a damn about hypocritical, unjust laws and certainly know they’re not damaged or damned, but blessed to be out and about in one of the brightest, freest times and places in all the vast murky realms of human history.

Everyone’s here to party and experience unseen sights and untried delights; hippies, yuppie ‘aspirationals’, dreadlocked Rastas and dreaded ferals, priests, politicians, students, TV crews and reporters and backpacking travellers from all round the globe, shopkeepers, soldiers, big and little old men and women, checkout chicks, lawyers, bureaucrats, proud parents carrying brightly bedecked newborn babes, emigrant Greek fishermen, Indian software writers and call centre voices, emo Goths – and anyone else not interested in being an active part of the subtly feudal friendly fascist police surveillance state of impersonal corporate Big Brother clones and militant industrialists – and all are seeking the selfsame source of the philosophers, stoned. A broad cross-section is represented, as they say, and just about everyone’s smiling.

Fleecy clouds begin coalescing in the wide open sky’s more distant margins, blowing apart in this late Interglacial Age’s inexorably rising winds. The Rainbow Region is multiply blessed with rich soil and Sun, sea breezes and rain, luxuriantly lush and deliriously green even at the end of a historic nationwide mother of all droughts, and for the first time the annual parade will be free of the double-edged benison of rain.

A good year for curing the mull, if you look on the bright side… Could be a good vintage… The shamanic prince’s thoughts flit hither and yon while he makes a sine wave beeline for the great Strangler Fig. The Tree of Life beckons, arching across the market ground’s outdoor stage as he strides through streams of fossicking punters hovering round myriad stalls and jewellery-strewn blankets. The future’s so bright we’ll have to wear shades…

He reaches the Chai Tent and gratefully slides into a mismatched litter of comfy cushions on the hempen expanse of canvas flooring. Each and every Mardi Grass, the space beneath the market site’s grand old fig is reserved for the Chai Tent, right beside the covered stage. The chai’s always good – if you wait for it to properly brew – gingery and purifying for the partied-out and jaded throng recovering from the pleasant excesses of Friday night.

After taking a breath Ram’yana rises to inspect a tasty array of homemade organic cakes while John ladles some brew into a varied menagerie of ceramic cups. Muzza and John are regular fixtures at most alternative events, their friendly bearded familiar faces ever beaming behind fluttering prayer flags and political messages. They help their latest batch of eager helpers mix chai, coffee, teas and munchies beneath the generously shady green canopies of tree and marquee.

These days only half the food vendors in the ‘alternative’ township pay any attention to actual human or environmental health, beyond ubiquitous legal requirements of sanitation, hygiene and the like. Most of what they sell to paying consumers is toxic crap, just like the stuff most human folk will eat before, during or after reading these words.

But in Nimbin the other half are still wonderfully fastidious and most local produce is fairly organic. It’s been decades since aerial spraying of Agent Orange was common in these parts – in a saleable form with a slightly different brand name, of course, sprayed directly into the waterways and everywhere else when the hippies first arrived; one more lasting legacy of war’s fine record of ongoing ‘technological advancement’.

In Vietnam the peasants had no idea what was happening to them, but in Oz and other ‘advanced’ nations they sprayed tetragenic toxic herbicides on their own cropland, water, animals and farming families and newcomer hippies alike. Still do. Even in the ‘developed world’, the peasants are too ignorant or naive to realise that poison is poison is poison, and that all the products of Big Pharma and Big Oil and Big Brother are noxious, toxic, persistent carcinogens and/or other agents of insidious slow death. Speed kills. So does strychnine, arsenic, Agent Orange, Roundup and irradiated food. So do preservatives, colourings, bleaches, flavours, microwave radiation and most of the other shit floating around in human bloodstreams in the early Third Millennium.

And people wonder why they feel stoned all the time, why so many promising lives end so quickly.

It’s worth remembering, even if it’s unbelievable to most – three quarters of everything you eat, drink, breathe, touch, paint on yourself or wear is toxic, carcinogenic and debilitating. In a world where you rely on others instead of nature, all the crap you buy is made for making money, not for your health. As any individual toxic compound combines with all the other stuff in a ‘modern’ human body in ever more chaotic synergy, it’s no surprise almost everyone in the modern world is walking wounded, half asleep, barely here – role-playing the parts of automata in an industrial nightmare instead of being here now. Not to mention living ridiculously short, painful lives, in constant fear of the puzzling rebellion of the unknown, unstudied territories of their own bodies and minds.

The only way out is in, to create an inner place of peace unaffected by the turmoil, the inner sanctuary from which all imagination and creativity and immunity spring – and OUT, moving far away from the worst crap, stuff and nonsense of feudal capitalism, to at least attempt a different life in the last remnants of a healthier world. To bring every ‘lost’ dream all the way back from the last seed-source heartlands that still survive, and grow new lives that keep those heartlands sacred and inviolate. To grow a healthy world with a whole glowing soul. That’s the dream that most pursue or seek or view complete on the busy streets of Nimbin.

Here in the Rainbow Region a generation of brave beings has largely succeeded in their attempt to change the world within their horizon. The Nimbin Mardi Grass is barely a tenth of a greater green iceberg lurking just out of sight of The Grey Man and his equally hideous hidebound mate, the all-consuming Shopping Bitch. Alternative notions have evolved into a hidden yet subtly influential nation nestled within the recovering rainforest canopy. Its denizens have no need to officially secede from the larger notional paradigm of Oz – nothing secedes like success.

The Prince of Centraxis allows a multitude of voices wash over him through the amplified reggae horn section while Celtic harpists work the crowd from the psychedelic stage; “We all have the Buddha and the Troll within”, a bearded man in saffron is saying to a group of escaped students beneath the hemp tarpaulin. “Which do you prefer to give rein, and allow to reign through you?”

A high-pitched squeak obtrudes from a dozen paces distant; “Have you really looked at the shots of the twin towers exploding before they fall? Come on, it’s a crock of shit…”

“He’s selling ounces for a hundred but we have to be quick, it isn’t seedy…”

“Did you see those three girls doing it together at the doof?”

“Draw me a mud map and I can find it. Can we camp there, do y’reckon?”

“…working on a flow form whereby the superfine patterning embossed, as it were, on the metal substrate energises the water flowing across it…”

“What kind of metal?”

“…nuclear dump site for the rest of the world because that’s the only way we can have nuclear power plants and vice versa…”

“…but also draws slight but measurable and ultimately usable energy from the interaction…”

“…it’s all a little unclear if you ask me…”

“It’s all about money – we’ll make a motza from the storage fees – pay off the national debt…”

“You guys don’t remember, do you?”

“I’m going to hear that bloke from Canadia talk – you know, the one who got the medical exemption that says he can smoke?”

“I and eye don’ have t’worry, bud. Jah Rastafarii!”

“You mean it? How does that work?”

“You seen Narla? I lost ’er last night at the dance…”

“You mean your little girl?”

“Nah – her mum. Here – try some o’ this…”

“You know they had to let Rusty off all the charges?”

“Why? Because he was picked up by that flying saucer?”

“…the real question is, is scratching an itch or a willed act?”

“Huh?”

“O’ course it is! Yer just don’ notice the instant that it takes f’ yer to decide to do it.” It’s all too fast unless yer pay attention…”

A true story
By R. Ayana

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Commons Second Reading – Water Industry (Financial Assistance) Bill
Anna Walker's review of charging for household water and sewerage services, which was commissioned under the previous Government, identified why households in the south-west face the highest water bills in the country. At privatisation, South West …
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Time for Braun to take legal action?

Time for Braun to take legal action?
As of right now, MLB is still searching for the source that first leaked the information, and they are confident that it wasn't the Commissioner's Office- AKA Bud Selig and Co. (although that wouldn't have surprised me). Signs lead me to believe that …
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Brace yourselves for another drug suspension appeal!
Bud Selig manages to screw up with a billion dollar orginization what low budget companys routinely do for the employes, give a random drug screen. I have to do this every couple of months, we go to a hospital, or doctors building, we pee in a cup with …
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WWE News: Bo Rotunda charged with DUI
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