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Chalk that up to some very scary 165 minutes.

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It seems ages ago, but for several days news about this particular ship dominated the news, and all of it was bad. But now a month later, news from that ship may be good.

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She certainly picked the right guy to do the interview. He does, after all, have plenty of experience with people who have sex with subordinates.

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Things are dire. We only have 11 years until our goose is cooked. Or maybe it’s 9 years.

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It was a good enough game. Certainly the fourth quarter comeback was something to see. And even the most loyal San Francisco fans would agree that if any team other than theirs had to win the Super Bowl, it was nice that it is one coached by Andy Reid.

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In those days a decree went out from Emperor Augustus that all the world should be registered. This was the first registration and was taken while Quirinius was governor of Syria. All went to their own towns to be registered. Joseph also went from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to…

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The hardest part about writing something interesting is to come with something of interest. It’s so much easier just to steal from someone who actually writes interesting stuff.

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What did socialists use before candles?

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It does not have the significance as happenings at the Cana wedding, but it is quite a feat nonetheless.

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After all the preaching and preening, it turns out they’re just a bunch of money-grubbers.

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Joe Biden embarrassed himself again. But in what may be a first, this time it's not for what he said. It's for what he didn’t say.

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News last week from the razor blade company showed that, despite evidence to the contrary, common sense survives.

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This is one of those pictures that just kicks you in the gut. A photo that makes the reader stop, look, try to look away, then contemplate – and that’s saying a lot in a world where we are exposed to thousands of images every day.

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So, you won’t find it on the best-seller list anytime soon, but a recent report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration is somewhat interesting.

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Mike Trout signed a contract that will pay him $426.5 million over 12 years. That’s about $35.5 million per year to play baseball. To a sharp-eyed lawyer with a bent for litigation – the Trout contract is more than that.

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So here’s a potpourri of items collected over the last several weeks that may be of interest. Potpourri, of course, is the French word for “there is a deadline and you better get something done.”