Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Olivia back to work

This is good news, she is a great actress and I love her on the show.
clipped from www.popcrunch.com

Mariska Hargitay returned to work on Monday after nearly three weeks away from the hit NBC crime drama, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, where she’s starred as Detective Olivia Benson for the past ten seasons.

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Pic Of The Day: Da Doo Wrong, Wrong

Pic Of The Day: Da Doo Wrong, Wrong

That hair is WRONG!

Plath's son dies

Very sad indeed.
clipped from www.people.com
The son of poet Sylvia Plath followed in his famous mother's tragic footsteps by committing suicide.
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The news wants you to know rich people died.

I have to say, that really isn't important to the story. I don't know why the writer felt the need to start with that information.
clipped from michellemalkin.com

For crying out loud. Seven children, all under the age of 9, died in a horrific plane crash in Montana over the weekend along with their devoted parents and the pilot.

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Hot Air » Blog Archive » Too good to check: Palin robocalls being made in Iowa, New Hampshire?

Hot Air » Blog Archive » Too good to check: Palin robocalls being made in Iowa, New Hampshire?

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Spector is Dangerious?

Anyone who plays with guns as much as Spector does is clearly a threat. Then there is the hair.
clipped from www.cnn.com

LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) -- Music producer Phil Spector, on trial for the second time in connection with the 2003 death of an actress at his home, is "a very dangerous man," a prosecutor told jurors Monday.

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RealClearPolitics - HorseRaceBlog - Obama's Liberal Moment

RealClearPolitics - HorseRaceBlog - Obama's Liberal Moment:

"Senior members of the Obama administration are pressing lawmakers to use a shortcut to drive the president's signature initiatives on health care and energy through Congress without Republican votes...

The shortcut, known as 'budget reconciliation,' would allow Obama's health and energy proposals to be rolled into a bill that cannot be filibustered, meaning Democrats could push it through the Senate with 51 votes, instead of the usual 60. Presidents Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton both used the tactic to win deficit-reduction packages, while George W. Bush used it to push through his signature tax cuts."

I for one think that Obama isn't ruling the way he promised.


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