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In the News September 5th, 2008

Finally, an end to the RNC....

Republican presidential nominee John McCain took center stage last night. McCain vowed to "shake up Washington" (wait...isn't he part of "Washington?" ) and said he's prepared to reach across the aisle to get the country "back on the road to prosperity and peace."

Of course, anti-war protesters briefly interrupted John McCain's acceptance speech as McCain told the crowd "don't be diverted by the ground noise and the static."

The latest polls put Obama ahead of McCain 48-43
Sarah's Other Problem

There are now allegations that aides to Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin improperly obtained her former brother-in-law's state police personnel files and cited information from those records to raise complaints about the officer, according to the head of Alaska's state police union.

Palin is battling allegations that she fired her public safety commissioner in July because he refused to fire Trooper Mike Wooten, her sister's ex-husband. But a spokesman for GOP presidential candidate John McCain's campaign released documents indicating Wooten signed a waiver during his divorce that allowed his entire personnel file to be released.

The governor has denied any wrongdoing.

In an ethics complaint filed the union names the governor and three aides, one of whom cited Wooten's records in a tape-recorded call to a state police lieutenant in February.


Remember Dell's outsourcing?

Dell Inc is now trying to sell some of their computer factories around the world in efforts to cut cost and improve profitability. According to the Wall Street Journal quotes one Dell official as saying that he expects Dell to sell most, possibly all, of its factories "within the next 18 months."

The most likely buyers of Dell's factories will be big contract manufacturers, most of which are based in Asia,according to the WSJ.

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......................... says the more you think...the more calories you burn!

According to LifeScience, researchers figure the body reacts to these fluctuations by demanding food to restore glucose, a sugar that is the brain's fuel. Glucose is converted by the body from carbohydrates and is supplied to the brain via the bloodstream. The brain cannot make glucose and so needs a constant supply. Brain cells need twice as much energy as other cells in the body.

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Anonymous said...

Wow. So all I have to do is think more and I can quit going to the gym.

Pete said...

Exactly, what change in Washington is McCain talking about? Has he forgotten that he's part of what he thinks he's going to change?

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