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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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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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Yankees closing in

Rob @ October 21, 2009 # No Comment Yet

At the end of the last MLB season, things did not look good for the men in pinstripes that resided in the Big Apple.  For the first year in the modern baseball era, the Yankees failed to reach post season.  After years of disappointing losses in the playoffs, first year manager Joe Girardi presided over […]

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A-Rod beating his demons

Rob @ October 16, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The Major League Baseball playoffs kicked off with a bang, and several teams have already met their demise to better playing and far superior teams.  The Angels rocked and rolled through their series, easily dismantling the Red Sox and sending them back home to Boston to nurse their wounds just as they did during the […]

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SEC championship shaping up

Rob @ October 11, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The University of Florida has been in the news a lot recently with Tim Tebow’s health in question.  After suffering a mild concussion where Tebow was sacked hard two weeks ago at Kentucky, the sports world has been getting updated two to three times a day on Tebow’s status and whether or not he would […]

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A decision on Afghanistan please

Rob @ October 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

October started with a lot of talk in the political sphere about Afghanistan. Conversation went from whether it is even a winnable scenario, to updated counts on the dead.   Since being elected, President Obama has withdrawn much of the military might from Iraq and accelerated the war in Afghanistan, and yet instead of winning […]

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Tebow rocked as Florida rolls

Rob @ September 28, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Since the University of Florida vs. University of Tennessee game, the Southeastern Conference has been buzzing with all sorts of trash talk with information spiraling through the sports news world about the number one team in the nation.  

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Plaxico put under lock and key

Rob @ September 22, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Plaxico Burress is famous for a lot of things.   Years ago, he was a sports hero, the slayer of a dynasty.  His game winning touchdown reception allowed for perhaps the greatest upset in recent sports history.  The catch prevented the Patriots from completing their quest for perfection, joining the Dolphins as the only teams […]

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Obama’s donkey punch

Rob @ September 16, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Kanye West can’t seem to go 10 minutes without doing something to get the spotlight dragged onto him. Every time that he has an outburst, such as the “George Bush doesn’t care about black people” comment made around the Hurricane Katrina victims, they tend to get bigger and flashier because the public is quickly becoming […]

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