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Friday, March 4, 2005-
page around 10
gas price hike soon? USA Today, quoting energy experts and
analysts, reported that a gain of 24 to 28 cents a gallon
Written by a
major liberal, no less:
Iraq effect? Bush may have had it right
There's a remarkable grass-roots movement spreading across the Middle
East against autocracy without a significant anti-American component.
Arab media having tough time covering Iraq war
told of Jacko booze den Michael Jackson boozed with young
boys in a hidden wine cellar on his Neverland Ranch reached by a
secret door disguised as a jukebox
Stewart to launch comeback ".. out of federal
prison ... after five months behind penitentiary walls."
Stewart.com says "Post a welcome home message"
writes "My heart is filled with joy at the prospect of
the warm embraces of my family, friends and colleagues. Certainly,
there is no place like home."
wife and I both enjoy your program very much. We live in
Austin and get pretty good reception when we are in the
car. However the reception in the house is not that great.
So far, I have not been able to find a web site to listen
to KTSA or your program in particular. Do you know if there
is one? And if so, the web address?
often hear the "are you online" question from
locations around the country and the world, as well as from
locals who work inside buildings that block the AM signal.
How I wish I could tell you yes! But when KTSA was sold,
we were ordered by our new Infinity bosses to take our signal
off the internet. In the past couple of years, Infinity
has begun allowing certain of its stations to resume internet
streaming, but not KTSA. I had hoped that the recent departure
of certain Infinity executives would be reason for some
optimism, but there have been no positive developments so
camp: Caller was Hutchison aide The practice of calling
radio talk shows or writing letters to the editor has evolved
into a key part of political playbooks. Campaign operatives commonly
get a candidate's supporters to add their voices to the public fray.
In his re-election bid, President Bush offered incentives such as
signed campaign gear to volunteers who succeeded in getting through
to radio and TV shows or who wrote the most letters to newspapers.
looking at ChoicePoint trades
".. the chief executive Derek Smith and president Douglas Curling
made a combined $16.6 million in profit from selling company shares
in the months after the company learned of fraud involving its massive
database and before the breach was made public."
attack California man, tear off foot and nose