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Sonneland to return "..fired
from KTSA in June of last year for what was characterized at the
time as disappointing ratings, plan a comeback in early March."
OF THE UNION
woman, Pflugerville Marine's mom share moment
None of the 5,056 words President Bush uttered last night in
his State of the Union address was as moving as a simple hug
between an Iraqi woman who voted for the first time and the
mother of a U.S. Marine who died fighting to give her that privilege.
diplomatic presentation of plans Confronted with
a unified Democratic opposition and doubters in his own party, President
Bush last night laid out his much-anticipated domestic agenda with
uncharacteristic gestures of diplomacy. It was a soothing, calming
State of the Union speech on the heels of his soaring, sometimes
strident inaugural address.
cancels teen's prom date auction
families not left destitute A complex system of benefits
ensures no one is left destitute when a soldier, sailor, airmen
or Marine dies in war.
Marines missed January recruiting goal For the first time
in nearly a decade, the Marine Corps in January missed its monthly
recruiting goal, in what military officials said was the latest
troubling indicator of the Iraq war's impact on the armed services.
considers extending Reserve Massing enough troops for another
rotation in Iraq will be "painful" and may eventually
require extension of the two-year limit on mobilization of reserves,
Jackson death blamed on alcohol enema
retrial for man denied DNA test Without explanation, the
Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Wednesday refused a new trial
for a Houston man convicted of assault, even though he was denied
access to DNA testing of evidence, which apparently has been destroyed.
unemployed could be offered brothel work Germany's trade
union federation has warned that unemployed people can legally be
asked to seek work in brothels under new welfare reforms introduced
on Jan. 1 aimed at cutting mass joblessness.
prisoners demand sex and pizza
mayor accidentally shoots self in butt
Orgasmatron works!!! One woman in the trial, Mary
Clegg, 52, from Hampshire, said: "It certainly did work for
me. When I first used it my leg flew up in the air."
The doctor's website HERE
nurses pregnant after rest home Viagra party
Awards' contenders announced
It's that time again Randy Cassingham has announced the finalists
for the 2004 Stella Awards, his annual roster of the most frivolous
lawsuits filed in the United States. Contenders include a woman
who sued because the name of her town was misspelled on her cell
phone bill and the mother of a football player who filed suit against
the manufacturer of the automobile her son was speeding in when
he crashed and died during a snowstorm.