9/26 Morning Communiqué
CITY PAGES BLOGS
Chuck Terhark on the Twins clinching a playoff berth at Balls!
Corey Anderson remembers the saxophonist who shouted "Tequila!" in the famous song at Corpus Obscura.
Will Jim Walsh have another Song Du Jour for today at the Walsh Files? Yeah, probably.
Disappearing wetlands, pollution, and fungal disease are threatening almost one-third of the world's 5,918 amphibians with extinction.
A Missouri man in Austin, Minnesota, for the "National Barrow Show" is going home without his vanity license plates, which read "PIGGIN," after they were stolen in broad daylight. (scroll down)
NBC has come under fire from the Parents Television Council for editing out some references to God from airings of the Veggie Tales video series.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Andover blogger Chris DeLine posts on music videos, reviews, bootlegs, and concerts, with a ton of MP3s thrown into the mix at Culture Bully.
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A Bag of Leaves for Senate... after awhile the candidate starts to stink, but that's when it actually becomes useful.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"That was totally tongue-in-cheek and everyone in the building knew that and everyone laughed."
— Televangelist Jerry Falwell, discussing the Washington breakfast last Friday where he stated a Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential candidacy would energize his constituency more than if Lucifer were running
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