Monthly Archives: September 2007

Predictions for the Postseason

One-Game Playoff, NL Wildcard – Colorado Rockies v. San Diego Padres The Rockies have been on fire to close out the season and I expect little to change when they beat the Padres to lock-up the National League Wildcard spot … Continue reading

Posted in Angelsl, baseball, Cubs, Diamondbacks, Indians, Padres, Phillies, playoffs, Red Sox, Yankees | 1 Comment

Ahmadinejad, Mahmood – (n., proper) – Current President of the Islamic Republic of Iran

As I’ve been perusing the news channels this AM, there’s been a clear want for substantial coverage on Ahmadinejad’s speech at Columbia University yesterday. Take for example the following banner on MSNBC’s Scarborough (blech, to that end) Country: Ahmadinejad gets … Continue reading

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The value of a dollar

The US dollar’s value internationally has continued its long downward slide, with the dollar hitting a new low versus the Euro and the Canadian dollar reaching parity ($1US=$1CA) with the dollar. Scroll to the bottom of the Kitco site and … Continue reading

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Reports of my demise were unsubstantiated…

Wow, that was an extended absence from the blogosphere, but I’m back and ready to roll. Georgia is home to 24 of the fastest growing counties in the United States, mostly counties in the northern half of the state. From … Continue reading

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