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  1. Fox News calls Iowa's Republican Caucus as a win for Huckabee. Already? Dominating by that much? Wow. God help us if he is the GOP nomination.
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    Juno

    Tits. Thank you.
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    Juno

    Like any medical things...
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    Juno

    I'm being serious when I ask this as I'd like to go tomorrow and see this with my wife, Are there any complications/bad things with the pregnancy in the film? With being non spoilerish as possible but direct, can anyone help me out?
  5. FNC needs to go HD ASAP! That does suck a big one. I'm pretty sure that its coming soon for us DirecTV people.
  6. Brit Hume looks like he could fall asleep at any moment.
  7. :lol ! Seriously? Not to laugh in the face of fidelity and I wouldn't do it but you almost can't blame him. She is almost too hot to be delivering news.
  8. If anyone is on the fence on which news coverage to watch, as a man I'd like to recommend Fox News and their choice of using Megyn Kelly as an anchor. Good. God. Almighty. :o :o You will thank me.
  9. Baseball superstar Roger Clemens denies he cheated by using banned substances and says his accuser, former trainer Brian McNamee, only injected him with the painkiller lidocaine and the vitamin B-12. Clemens tells this to Mike Wallace in his first interview since McNamee's accusations were released in the Mitchell Report. The interview will air on 60 Minutes, Jan. 6, at 7 p.m. ET/PT. In the scathing report on the use of banned substances in Major League Baseball produced by former Sen. George Mitchell, McNamee says he injected Clemens with steroids and human growth hormone - both performance-enhancing drugs banned by the league. When asked by Wallace if McNamee had ever injected him with any drugs, Clemens responds: "Lidocaine and B-12. It?s for my joints, and B-12 I still take today." Clemens calls the accusation "ridiculous" and says he "never" used any banned substances. "Swear?" asks Wallace. " swear," says Clemens. McNamee also accused fellow teammate Andy Pettitte of using HGH. Clemens denied the charge, while Pettitte admitted using HGH on two occasions while rehabbing an injury. A total of 20 current and former Yankees were identified in the report. Clemens was the biggest name in the report; the seven-time Cy Young Award winner has repeatedly denied using steroids or HGH. Many of the allegations against Clemens came from McNamee. According to the report, McNamee said he injected Clemens with steroids in 1998 while with the Toronto Blue Jays, and steroids and HGH in 2000 and 2001, while with the New York Yankees. Clemens posted a video last month on the Internet repeating his denials of the allegations against him in the report. McNamee's attorney, Ed Ward, has said his client stands by the accuracy of the information he gave to Mitchell. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/01/03/...in3671585.shtml
  10. Great deal for the A's. Beane has started to really stockpile Oakland's farm system which was really pretty barren in just a couple of trades.
  11. Please point me towards ANY real evidence that it came directly from Bush's campaign. Since that won't and can't be answered lets move on.
  12. Okay, typical liberal and McCain 2000 backers urban myth. Happy?
  13. Why is it always about liberals? McCain's own political director said he thought it was Rove. Damn liberals are responsible for everything. THATS what I was saying. Hit the nail on the head there F_M! There is ZERO evidence Rove was involved so until there is, it will be an urban myth that liberals 8 years later enjoy perpetuating. Its amazing McCain still talks to Bush to this day when he made up a rumor so obvious that kids on a message board have it figured out. :lol
  14. That was in no way connected directly to the campaign. What your supporters do is out of your control. Ridiculous assumption. Oh please. It was typical Karl Rove all the way. Oh please nothing. This is a typical liberal urban myth. Please point me towards ANY real evidence that it came directly from Bush's campaign.
  15. The good thing about Thompson bowing out now is that it would really help McCain. If he does he would back McCain and McCain's website calls Thompson "a close 2nd" in being the best Reagan conservative candidate, which is why I don't think it's entirely impossible that Thompson runs for VP. I'd absolutely love it. Plus, considering McCain's age if he took the White House he could propel Thompson to the presidency in '12.
  16. That was in no way connected directly to the campaign. What your supporters do is out of your control. Ridiculous assumption.
  17. Richardson is/will be doing the same for Obama.
  18. The good thing about Thompson bowing out now is that it would really help McCain.
  19. Apparently Fred Thompson will drop out if he finishes 4th, or so go the rumors. I guess he'll be dropping out then.
  20. Updated once again. Ramp still leads. FutureGM is the only one still eligible for the all BCS bonus.
  21. in terms of impact? I'd rather have a JT, making QBs change their game. I'd take a Jonathan Ogden in his prime over a JT in his prime. Absolutely.
  22. If you want to treat yourself to something Lefty, you may want to pick this up: http://www.amazon.com/Blind-Side-Evolution...7949&sr=8-1 Changed how I watch and think about football.
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