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Election 2012: Perry and Huntsman disappear

January 20, 2012
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Election 2012: Perry and Huntsman disappear

  My friend and I debated about whether a Romney-Huntsman ticket would be a threat to Obama 2012.  What do you think?
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It’s 2012!

January 16, 2012
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It’s 2012!

You know what that means.  No, not the End of the World, silly.  It’s an election year! To give you a sports metaphor, right now, the G.O.P. candidates are much like the AFC’s Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots or the NFC’s New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers, fighting for their conference teams’...
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The Mustache Diaries: Day 4

October 8, 2010
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The Mustache Diaries: Day 4

My friend asked the bartender, a cute 20-something brunette, if she was against kid cancer. With a look of confusion she replied with a hesitant affirmative.
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The Mustache Diaries: Day 3

October 6, 2010
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The Mustache Diaries: Day 3

Before this fall, I hadn't shaved properly in probably about 5 years. Then I met a girl and shaved for her. Then she stopped talking to me. So now I'm growing a mustache. Makes sense right? No, of course not. It's stupid to start shaving just because you like a girl.
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The Mustache Diaries: Day 1

October 4, 2010
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The Mustache Diaries: Day 1

We are all heroes. Not just firemen. So come along with me on this magical journey. Yes, it will be magical.
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The Red Carpet of the 2010 UK General Election

May 5, 2010
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The Red Carpet of the 2010 UK General Election

If the 2010 UK General Election happened like any other general election, this year’s Conservatives and the Labour Party would have argued about who will cut the deepest, with ol’ eyebrows Darling (Alistair) saying ‘I’ll cut deeper than Maggy Thatcher’. The votes on May 6th would have determined the winner.  Then, life would have...
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Culture: In the Most Curious Places

April 29, 2010
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Culture: In the Most Curious Places

Much is made of the fact that hairdressers are infamous for their conversational skills, darting from topic to topic without consequence or care. It is also true that these same topics are of little consequence or care to the common folk, mere idle chit-chat whilst one is being provided with a service at an...
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[Philly] It’s an ELECTION

November 3, 2009
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Believe it or not, we have one Today! Very exciting. I have taken over the civic duty of issuing Election Guides. Turnout is likely to be 15 percent this year, which is pathetic. But there are some very important, and very boring, races. To wit: Controller: Al Schmidt (R) The most important race, and...
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Knock-and-Announce Rule (Not) Applied to Bloggers

May 26, 2009
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This is why the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments are important. When the FCC Visits, It Doesn’t Bother to Knock If you have a wireless router, a cellphone or a cordless phone in your office or home, the Federal Communications Commission says it has the right to walk right in without a warrant at any...
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