11/15: Morning Communique
CITY PAGES BLOGS
Peter Scholtes has some crowd shots from the recent Young Jeezy show at Complicated Fun.
Jack Sparks has a Country Music Awards "pre-post" at the Other Side of Country.
President George W. Bush's attempt Friday to silence critics who say his administration manipulated prewar intelligence on Iraq is undercut by congressional testimony given in February 2001 by former CIA Director George Tenet, who said that Iraq posed no immediate threat to the United States or other countries in the Middle East.
Robert Petrick searched for the words "neck," "snap," "break" and "hold" on an Internet search engine before his wife died, according to prosecutors.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Read about the domestic turmoil surrounding the prolific EverydaySuperGoddess and the never-writing CombatGirl at I Want a Cookie.
What you see when you watch all six Star Wars films simultaneously.
Banking giant Egg tests their new credit card on guinea pigs in a hilarious commercial.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"Many people think what I say. Generally these people don't have a forum."
-- Strib columnist Katherine Kersten, giving voice to the neo-conservative movement that, despite dozens of radio programs, thousands of blogs, multiple cable channels, hundreds of newspapers and magazines, and all branches of the U.S. government, can't seem to reach the public
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