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Jack Sparks drops Kenny Chesney a little "love" note on the Other Side of Country.
Key players in the Bush administration think a military confrontation with Iran is unavoidable, leading to stepped up military planning for such a prospect, according to several experts and recently departed senior government officials.
The day may soon come when robots assume much of the responsibility for Antarctic exploration, U.S. scientists reported at a conference in Vienna.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Michael Gilleland, a "praiser of time past," muses on the writings of Jonathan Swift, Palladas, Henry David Thoreau, and others at Laudator Temporis Acti.
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"We could go to one of the many American seaports and watch weapons of mass destruction get waved in by Dubai nationals. We could light bags of dog doo on fire on Hillary Clinton's doorstep, ring the buzzer and run like hell."
-- Henry Rollins, in an open letter to Laura Bush, inviting her to hang out with him
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