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Ozone Update. Or not

This will strike many as irresponsible, I suppose, but it seems part & parcel of our new modern condition, Weathernoia. I’ve been reading all day about the OZONE ALERT, and I’m surprised the sirens didn’t go off. The advisory “means that conditions are nearing the stage” – nearing, mind you, but not there yet – […]

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New Strain of Stockholm Syndrome Discovered in Hässleholm

Credit for finding this story belongs to Los Jalops of Jalopnik, and boy, is this one just plain weird. Roger Tullgren, 42, of Hässleholm, Sweden, is now the first person in his native country to receive disability benefits due to, of all things, his addiction(?) to heavy metal music. Apparently, his taste in music is […]

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An Epic Health Care Rant

There ought to be a double standard. I am sick. I am a guy. When I have felt miserable enough, long enough, I start to think about going to a Medical assitance location. This process takes awhile and infects a goodly number of people in the process. Now, (and this is where all women unsheathe […]

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American Cancer Society Charity Runner

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Steve Skinner, American Cancer Society, 651-255-8145, steve.skinner@cancer.org LOCAL RUNNER TO APPEAR IN MEDTRONIC TWIN CITIES MARATHON TO HONOR DAD Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon Charity Runner Registration Underway MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MINN. – AUG 12, 2008 – Stacy Endres of Hastings will run her first full marathon when the annual Medtronic Twin Cities […]

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