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Saturday, August 27, 2005

Saturday's various links and comments

Rep. Charlie Rangel (Moonbat-Harlem) has always been over the top with his partisan rhetoric. However, he has gone completely around the bend with his latest comments about Vice President Cheney's health.
Rep. Charles Rangel, dean of the city's congressional delegation, blasted Vice President Cheney yesterday as a "sick man" who "grunts a lot." "Sometimes I don't even think Cheney is awake enough to know what's going on," Rangel (M-Harlem) said during an interview on New York 1 last night.

The Cleveland Indians won their game last night staying in a three way tie in the Wild Card race. Afterwards all the talk was about Grady Sizemore's dramatic steal of home in the first inning. Speed can rattle pitchers and force bad throws from infielders. Sizemore hustles out every grounder and has reached a few times on throwing errors as fielders reacted to his speed down the first base line.

Jim Ingraham of the Morning Journal examines some of the positives of the 2005 Indians.

Here is a weird story of a Hollywood producer who took off from his wife while she was in a grocery store restroom. Story went from weird to tragic as he suffered a fatal heart attack in the back of their SUV and somehow fell on his sleeping daughter suffocating her.

A historical review of failure. The Top Ten Dot-Com flops. Looking over the list you have to wonder what were they thinking with some of these ideas.

Iowa Man Walks Off Without Paying for Leg
A man test-fitting a $17,000 artificial leg ran off without paying the bill. Police said the crime happened after the man came in on Aug. 19 to be fitted for the prosthetic.

He "was allowed to take it for a couple hours to ensure that the fit was proper."
Sgt. David Murillo said the man didn't come back.
I suppose the ACLU would cry about profiling if the police concentrated on people with one leg as they investigate this crime.


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