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I Sold It on EBay
281 at Bitters
1604 at Bandera
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Eurasian Auto Repair
11234 Gordon Rd
Mon Jan 2 2006
Hit count for 2005 was 24-million-plus
2006 Hooters Calendar
"Last year I had a stroke," Dick Clark explained. "It left me in bad shape. I had to teach myself how to walk and talk again. It's been a long, hard fight. My speech is not perfect but I'm getting there."
|Ten-Foot Poll on Dick Clark --- RESULT
|posted 9a930p Mon Jan 2 2006
What about Dick Clark on the New Year's Eve show?
|He was inspiring
|Should've stayed home
|Made me uncomfortable
|Brave and unpretentious
President hands out Purple Hearts at BAMC
Bush's 34th meeting with wounded troops during his presidency
"... many of these troops understand that by defeating the enemy there, we don't have to face them here."
Armed Forces Information Service
President rings in New Year visiting wounded troops
After BAMC visit, Bush defended domestic spying
"..defended his domestic spying program [as] legal as well as vital to thwarting terrorist attacks, and contended the leak making it public had caused "great harm to the nation."
Veterans charities get little oversight
A congressional charter does not mean the government is watching. Spending practices of the groups vary widely.
Military pay hike, other benefits kick in
A 3.1 percent pay raise for all military personnel went into effect on Jan. 1, along with a host of other pay and benefits changes contained in a new defense bill.
Copter-repair center at old Chase Field will help Beeville area
"We have been trying to get aviation to Beeville since the base closed."
PAPER AIRPLANE FLIGHT SIMULATOR
Dozens send back Abramoff's donations
Members of Congress who once counted on super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff to help finance their campaigns have begun returning the cash they got from him and his clients, signaling a growing worry that ethics -- and the scandal surrounding Abramoff -- will become issues that could affect close House and Senate races in next year's midterm elections.
Brad's Ten-Foot Poll on Uninsured Cars --- RESULT
|posted 8a Fri Dec 30 2005 - 1145a Sun Jan 1 2006 |
SAPD starts impounding uninsured cars this Sunday. In the newspaper, a woman asks, "What if it's a poor family and they have children in the car and they just don't have the money to get insurance, but they might have it next week?"
|• Enforce the new law evenly no matter what, and let the chips fall where they will.
|• Have a heart, make exceptions and give second chances in a case such as this.
Total votes 342-
A house burns near Guthrie, Oklahoma
Texas, Oklahoma wildfires continue
CARBON, Texas — Weary firefighters worked through the night attempting to contain three major fires, including one 25-mile-long blaze that charred farm fields, barns and some homes in Eastland County
Operation Streamline II
'Zero tolerance' policy at border working, feds say
Desolate brush country between Eagle Pass and Del Rio has been chosen by federal immigration officials for an aggressive crackdown that is rapidly adjudicating and deporting those captured.
Horse-sex story was Seattle newspaper's most-clicked
What's more, four more of the year's 20 most clicked-upon local news stories were about the same horse-sex incident.
Contains links to all Top 20 clicked stories on Seattle Times website
Man changes his name to KentuckyFriedCruelty.com
KGB's secret UFO files finally made public
"I saw an eyeball looking at me, and I freaked out"
The box contained an animal's bloody head. Palos Heights (Illinois) police believe it was a prank but are continuing their investigation.