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FAA Glitch grounds planes

Rob @ November 19, 2009 # No Comment Yet

In a moment eerily similar to that in 2001, the FAA was forced to ground hundreds of flights, stranding thousands of passengers, in what was one of the largest computer glitches that has plagued the air traffic controllers since August 2008.  The potential problems from an error in the FAA’s air traffic control systems are […]

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The King to honor Air Jordan

Rob @ November 13, 2009 # No Comment Yet

In another moment of sport that has nothing to do with play, this one actually doesn’t involve the police or the arrest of a famous athlete.  This involves a few of the best players in the NBA recognizing the best player to have ever played in the NBA and doing it on their own initiative. […]

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Money talks: violent video games are here to stay

andrea @ November 12, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Say what you want about violent video games but they’re here to stay. Don’t believe me? Look at the sales record for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. This video game proved itself as the most anticipated, pre-ordered game in the history of video games.

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Prejean’s back because of her boobies

Brittany @ November 9, 2009 # One Comment

Beauty pageant Miss No Offense, But I Ain’t Into Gays (AKA Carrie Prejean) is once again drumming up headlines. This time, though, it’s about the apparently plastic knobs sitting under her chest.

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Yankees on the verge

Rob @ November 2, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The New York Yankees have long sought to add to their already massive collection of World Series trophies, with No. 26 being won back in 2000.  Trying to add the 27th title to their franchise total has long eluded the Bronx Bombers, even with their massive payroll and unheard of concentration of talent.  Years ago, […]

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