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Because there is nothing wrong with promoting a little stability and security in this world. Taken from a defenselink.mil press release located –>here
(votes for Cardinals in Blue, Steelers in Red) Check out this survey on ESPN’s SportsNation, which shows the nation completely divided on its Super Bowl predictions. Interestingly, the western half of the country predicts the Cardinals, while most of the eastern half picks the Steelers. Talk about critical analysis. What does all of this mean? […]
OSCARFEST 2009 Nearly a year has passed since Mark Tong stole the OscarFest 2008 crown in most dramatic fashion. This year, the stakes are higher than ever, and it will take all of your movie wits to become Champion. Are you up to the challenge? OscarFest 2009 marks a departure from prevoius years, in which […]
This article was taken from Defenselink.mil, which is probably my favorite website in the world not named ESPN.com, AZCardinals.com, RottenTomatoes.com, or IMDB.com. Program Improves Patient Safety through Enhanced Teamwork, CommunicationBy John OhabSpecial to American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, Jan. 26, 2009 – A Defense Department program is transforming military health care during deployment by enhancing […]
Feel free to adapt this template for your personal email correspondence. Cardinals, –Body of email– (which must include some mention of Cardinals, Super Bowl, and Cardinals to Super Bowl) Cardinals,Cardinals P.S Cardinals
This extended weekend has been quite an emotional experience. First, the Cardinals beat the Eagles in dramatic fashion to reach the Super Bowl for the first time ever. Then, DC is transformed into a circus because of Obama’s Inauguration. And, finally, Saw V came out on DVD today (I’ve already watched it). I still haven’t […]
Cardinals in Super Bowl + Obama in White House = best weekend ever We were freezing.
Press release for the premiere of Armed with Science. The article was taken from DefenseLink.mil. Naval Observatory Soon Will Track Time to 100 Trillionths of SecondBy John OhabSpecial to American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2009 – The ultra-precise timing technology that enables NAVSTAR Global Positioning Systems and high-speed Internet communication soon may resolve […]