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July 10, 2012

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centralcal

Like the comment you posted, Ext. Would only add that I hope Al Sharpton joins them!

Captain Hate

NK, hard to believe that 2 generations of lowlifes could generate extreme comments. What are the chances?

centralcal

So, CNBC listed the ranking for "business friendly" states. I was surprised that California wasn't in the bottom five (Alaska and Hawaii were!).

Apparently, Cali is #40. I am sure by next year it will make it to #50.

centralcal

Posting this just for Kim:

Rings in fossilised pine trees have proven that the world was much warmer than previously thought - and the earth has been slowly COOLING for 2,000 years.

Measurements stretching back to 138BC prove that the Earth is slowly cooling due to changes in the distance between the Earth and the sun.

The finding may force scientists to rethink current theories of the impact of global warming

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Captain Hate

This may break your irony meter: http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2012/07/10/naacp_requires_photo_id_to_see_holder_speak

Melinda Romanoff

I can't imagine why they would hide any information on Jesse Jr until after Nov. 6. It's as if they want to ensure the seat stays "theirs" or sumtin. (aka remains a "black" seat, as opposed to a more compliant, Guiterrez ally).

fdcol63

" ... Apparently, Cali is #40. I am sure by next year it will make it to #50. ..."

No way! Governor Moonbeam's Hi-Speed Rail is gonna save the state.

LOL

Extraneus

Here are the CNBC criteria (and possible point totals by category):

Cost of Doing Business (350)
Workforce (350)
Quality of Life (350)
Infrastructure & Transportation (325)
Economy (325)
Education (225)
Technology & Innovation (225)
Business Friendliness (200)
Access to Capital (100)
Cost of Living (50)

narciso

The thing about the Iraq Museum, we later learned that the curator, Georges, who put many of the items, up for 'safe keeping' long before the invasion, but it fit the template,

Kevin B

The Olympic organisers were informed very early on that their logo looked remarkably like 'Lisa Simpson, official fluffer, London 2012' but refused to even consider changing it.

I'm sure it says a lot about me that that's all I now see, but it says a lot more about them that they claim not to.

Extraneus

Now that you mention it...

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