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Wilson’s War (of words)

Rob @ September 10, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Obama has been tested recently on a variety of fronts, but the main headline that has wrapped up his administration is the health care debate.   What was once a good idea to liberals and fans of big government meddling into the private affairs of citizens has now turned taboo, with many of the former […]

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Boise State and Oregon was a knockout…of sorts

Rob @ September 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

It’s that time of year again.  The grass is green (or blue), the birds are chirping, the trucks are lined up by the hundreds with grills and coolers and kegs, people are mingling on fields of pavement, and 22 people collide repeatedly in a giant rectangle drawn in white paint.   Yes, it’s football season […]

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Death of DJ AM

Rob @ August 28, 2009 # No Comment Yet

DJ AM was one of the hottest acts in the night club scene for the last several years.  People heard his music and marveled at his ability to take music from different ends of the musical spectrum and mix them together in a “mash up,” creating a completely different sound and adding distinction to his […]

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One game to rule them all…again

Rob @ August 23, 2009 # 2 Comments

Blizzcon kicked off to a blast, with thousands of Blizzard-ites filing in to view the festivities on all their favorite games, such as the upcoming Starcraft II and Diablo III releases.  While some of the more popular news revolved around the inclusion of the Monk class in Diablo III, which has a lot of character […]

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Hurricane Bill bounced to Hurricane Status

Rob @ August 17, 2009 # No Comment Yet

It’s that time of year again, a time many people in the southeastern United States have come to expect and prepare for with resignation year after year.  Even though hurricane season has been relatively quiet up to the middle of August, many are reminded of the fact that it doesn’t take more than one storm […]

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Irony of the term ‘miles per gallon’

Rob @ August 13, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Chevrolet made big waves this week with the announcement of the Volt, the electric car by General Motors — Government Motors if you are so inclined to label — has slated to be the crowning achievement of the post-bankruptcy company, and a delivery on the promise to make a leaner, meaner and more energy efficient […]

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UFC 101: Redemption

Rob @ August 8, 2009 # No Comment Yet

UFC 101: Redemption is appropriately titled.  The headline fights that feature the big UFC stars BBL (Before Brock Lesnar) like Forrest Griffin and B.J. Penn, both who lost their last fights and looking to prove that they are not on the back end of their careers.

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Urban Meyer paid to stay

Rob @ August 4, 2009 # One Comment

Urban Meyer, coach for the University of Florida football team, which has won two national championships in three years, got a pay raise.  Meyer’s set to make an additional $750,000 a year, bringing his annual paycheck to some $4 million, which makes him the highest paid coach in the South Eastern Conference.  He’s only a […]

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History repeating itself in the White House

Rob @ August 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

When George Bush Sr. ran for office before the ’90s, he ran on a platform of no new taxes, which is what Republicans far and wide believe in.  Unfortunately, with the government sliding into recession and facing increasing financial strain and difficulty, Bush Sr. couldn’t stand by those promises and had to increase revenue by […]

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Google strikes back

Rob @ August 4, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Microsoft has had a long history of trying to do everything and being able to throw enough money at it to get its way.   Microsoft single-handedly took over the personal computing market many years ago with a DOS system to compete with Apple’s Macintosh.  Microsoft built such a dominance over Apple that even with […]

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