Published on April 30 2006

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Published on April 29 2006

With Favre back for another year, da Pack went for AJ Hawk in the first round. So far, so good! Draft Tracker

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Published on April 28 2006

Final class signed up and paid for. Book bought and received. Summer session ends Friday, August 4, 2006; and assuming I pass, I'll have an ASS. Oh no wait, that's AAS, not ASS. :-$ Look out, Shawn, I'll be catching up! Baby steps. When I should have been leaping. Never will get it right, but I'll keep trying.

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Published on April 28 2006

Top News Article | Reuters.com
VIENNA (Reuters) - The world's nuclear watchdog said in a report circulated on Friday that Iran has ignored a U.N. Security Council call to suspend all nuclear fuel enrichment and has accelerated the program, diplomats said. They said the report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) also said Iran had done little during a 30-day grace period to answer questions meant to determine whether its nuclear activity is solely for civilian purposes. The report was being sent to the Security Council which could eventually impose sanctions on Iran. Tehran has said its enrichment policy is irreversible. It has vowed to withstand any consequences, whether financial penalties or military attack. Hours before details of the IAEA report emerged, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his country would ignore any U.N. resolution designed to curb its atomic activities. "Those who want to prevent Iranians from obtaining their right, should know that we do not give a damn about such resolutions," he told a rally in northwest Iran.

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Published on April 27 2006

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Published on April 27 2006

Calif. Woman Spanked at Work Sues for $1.2M
Employees were paddled with rival companies' yard signs as part of a contest that pitted sales teams against each other, according to court documents. The winners poked fun at the losers, throwing pies at them, feeding them baby food, making them wear diapers and swatting their buttocks. Lawyers for Alarm One, an Anaheim-based, 300-employee company, said the spankings were part of a voluntary program to build camaraderie and were not discriminatory because they were given to both male and female workers.
Ya gotta wonder just WTH this company was thinking with this little program. Camaraderie is built through teams working their way through difficult problems or difficult times, not through SPANKINGS and wearing diapers. I've been through some goofy programs at work, but this one takes the cake.

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Published on April 26 2006

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Published on April 26 2006

Iran threatens to strike at US targets if attacked - Yahoo! News
Iran vowed on Wednesday to strike at U.S. interests worldwide if it is attacked by the United States, which is keeping military options open in case diplomacy fails to curb Tehran's nuclear program. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei made the threat two days before the U.N. nuclear watchdog reports on whether Iran is meeting Security Council demands to halt uranium enrichment. "The Americans should know that if they assault Iran their interests will be harmed anywhere in the world that is possible," Khamenei was quoted as saying by state television. "The Iranian nation will respond to any blow with double the intensity," he said.
This is starting to get a little too scary.

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Published on April 25 2006

ESPN.com - NFL - Sources: Favre decides to play '06 season for Packers
Brett Favre informed the Packers on Tuesday that he will definitely play the 2006 season in Green Bay, league and team sources have told ESPN's Chris Mortensen. Neither Favre, Thompson nor McCarthy was available for immediate comment. Bus Cook, Favre's agent, did not return phone inquiries. Favre has said previously that if he decides to play in 2006 it will be his final season in the NFL.

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Published on April 25 2006

Okay, anybody have a clue about how to get rid of referrer spam? It's showing up in my SiteMeter, and it's some pretty disgusting stuff. There's gotta be a plugin to get rid of this crap. UPDATE: Well, we'll try this little piece of code from this place. I'd rather never have a hit than look at some of the links I've seen today! :-&

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