scottslemmons

Ghost Week: Spiders

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

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Bob Knight's birthday party

By: Anonymous | Blog: Men's Basketball

Remember birthday parties back in junior high?

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lubbockleft

The Yes Men Fix the World

By: lubbockleft | Blog: Lubbock Left

It's time for Lubbock DFA Movie Night: Who: Lubbock Democracy for America What: "The Yes Men Fix the World" free screening with refreshments and discussion When: Thursday, October 29, 2009 7:00pm - 9:00pm Where: Lubbock County Democratic Party HQ, 2809A 74th St Why: Because the Yes Men pull hilarious pranks on irresponsible corporations! The Yes Men are a comedians who infiltrate corporate events and make fake announcements designed to draw attention to important global issues that the business world has a history of ignori

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Freddy Stockdale

Why Paris Hilton is so important to the economy

By: Freddy Stockdale | Blog: Life...Sort Of

I'll get to Paris in a moment but first things first... Why do first things always have to be first? Why not second, or, occasionally third? Who made these rules? If you think that was stupid, you're probably right, but riddle me this, Batman: Why do one of the first things people do is second-guess? As soon as someone "first-guesses" you, then we'll talk. Now, regarding Paris and why she is so important to the economy.

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Donald R. May

Obama Continues to Vote “Present” on Afghanistan

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

Commander in Chief Obama continues to make political delays on his decisions to send requested reinforcements to Afghanistan. Obama’s dithering is leaving our troops overextended in Afghanistan.  Fourteen Americans died in Afghanistan on Monday in helicopter crashes.  Obama’s political delays in sending the troops requested by General McChrystal are emboldening (giving aid and comfort to) the terrorists of al Qaida and the Taliban. In another episode of ObamaDelay, Obama again

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Paul Lyle

How This Seven-Year Old Survived a Monster's Deadly Attack

By: Paul Lyle | Blog: Closing Argument

When I was a kid one of the reasons I loved to go see my aunt Ever and Uncle Brank was because she frequently had raisin pie in her ice box. Actually, Aunt Ever wasn’t  named Ever.  Her name was EVA, but all of her family and friends called her Ever, just like they called tomato tomater, potato potater, Atlanta Atlanter, and so on. She even called herself Eve

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Donald R. May

Global Warming as a Tax Base in Britain

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

President Barack Obama is not the only show on Earth when it comes to the need for much greater taxation to pay off the massive Socialist debt. Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown gave a full-fledged Progressive Climate Change speech extolling the virtues of cutting energy consumption, increasing government dependence and poverty, and massively taxing the subjects.  Britain’s national debt is almost equal to that of the United States Before Obama.  Britain has one-fifth the population of the United States. In typical Socialist fashion, Gordon Brown predicted an ongoing global climate c

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Adam Zuvanich

Big 12 notes: Trying to explain the unexplainable

By: Adam Zuvanich | Blog: Zuvie's Views

First off, I apologize for this being my first post in a week. I became ill early Friday morning and was pretty much out of commission for the entire weekend. I feel much better now, though, and am ready to offer up some more insight on Big 12 football. It's been a wild and wacky conference season so far, especially in the North Division. Up is down, left is right and good is bad ... at least until it becomes good again. Kansas State, which was blasted 66-14 by Texas Tech on Oct. 10, has reeled off two straight convincing wins and leads the North at 3-1.

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