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Hmm...using a book as weapon. OK - got it.
Toggle Commented Apr 26, 2009 on hey, look, that's me! at WWdN: In Exile
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last night, when I came home from work, I discovered my "awesome" puppy got into one of our closets. she ripped up a package of lightbulbs and she was chewing on our floor pan and brush. my puppy drives my crazy, at times.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2007 on my awesome dog. at WWdN: In Exile
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last night, when I came home from work, I discovered my "awesome" puppy got into one of our closets. she ripped up a package of lightbulbs and she was chewing on our floor pan and brush. my puppy drives my crazy, at times.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2007 on my awesome dog. at WWdN: In Exile
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that's a Borat high-5? right? HIIIIGGHH - FIVE-A!
Toggle Commented Feb 24, 2007 on you can count on me at WWdN: In Exile
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that's a Borat high-5? right? HIIIIGGHH - FIVE-A!
Toggle Commented Feb 24, 2007 on you can count on me at WWdN: In Exile
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On Thursday night, it was 4-degrees when I went to work. I'm a Cali girl in Topeka,KS. After driving on snowy and icy roads...I realized I'm in the middle of a heat wave, in comparison to other parts of the Sunflower State. According to our meterologist, it was below 14-degrees in Concordia, KS. And the sick thing about cold weather in this state: some people manage to walk about in t-shirts and flip flops when we're in the single digits. So, I envy you right now.
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On Thursday night, it was 4-degrees when I went to work. I'm a Cali girl in Topeka,KS. After driving on snowy and icy roads...I realized I'm in the middle of a heat wave, in comparison to other parts of the Sunflower State. According to our meterologist, it was below 14-degrees in Concordia, KS. And the sick thing about cold weather in this state: some people manage to walk about in t-shirts and flip flops when we're in the single digits. So, I envy you right now.
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I'm a Cali-born girl and I live in Kansas. I moved here for a news producing gig. It was quite fascinating to work on Election night...when Kansans voted out incumbent Congressman Ryun in favor of new Dem Boyda. A majority also backed Democrat Gov. Sebelius for a 2nd term in office. However, most voters stuck with Republican choices for the statehouse positions. The data you present is interesting. It's a different story after talking to people who live in this state. For folks who are outside of my newsroom, many still believe in their commander-in-chief. I think their logic goes that anything less would be un-patriotic. For people who have loved ones fighting in Iraq, they need to believe there's someone in the White House who knows what he's doing and that he will bring those sons, daughters, brothers, sisters husbands and wives home. I walk carefully in this red state. I don't want to alienate viewers. However, I try to be as respectful and open-minded as possible when explaining my point of view. I'm not some bleeding liberal. My brother fought in Iraq. But I don't follow this commander-in-chief blindly, especially when the White House violates constitutional rights. Sadly, I do run into people who don't want to hear dissenting opinions. Still, people have a right to believe what they will.
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2007 on regarding majorities at WWdN: In Exile
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I'm a Cali-born girl and I live in Kansas. I moved here for a news producing gig. It was quite fascinating to work on Election night...when Kansans voted out incumbent Congressman Ryun in favor of new Dem Boyda. A majority also backed Democrat Gov. Sebelius for a 2nd term in office. However, most voters stuck with Republican choices for the statehouse positions. The data you present is interesting. It's a different story after talking to people who live in this state. For folks who are outside of my newsroom, many still believe in their commander-in-chief. I think their logic goes that anything less would be un-patriotic. For people who have loved ones fighting in Iraq, they need to believe there's someone in the White House who knows what he's doing and that he will bring those sons, daughters, brothers, sisters husbands and wives home. I walk carefully in this red state. I don't want to alienate viewers. However, I try to be as respectful and open-minded as possible when explaining my point of view. I'm not some bleeding liberal. My brother fought in Iraq. But I don't follow this commander-in-chief blindly, especially when the White House violates constitutional rights. Sadly, I do run into people who don't want to hear dissenting opinions. Still, people have a right to believe what they will.
Toggle Commented Jan 6, 2007 on regarding majorities at WWdN: In Exile
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