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"And today thanks to Bush's war on terror, and God, the Dow is up 10 points."
This segment brought to you by Halliburton. English only subtitles available. Gore/Clinton + Osama = true.
It's got XP sp2 with all the latest patches. Since I'm a cheapskate I use the AVG free edition for antivirus and Windows Defender or whatever M$'s spyware protection is called. They both tell me daily nothing is wrong.
Any ideas? Thanks
...In 2005, 56 prisoners were murdered. There are roughly 2 million inmates held in state prisons, meaning that the homicide rate per 100,000 prisoners last year was only 2.8. That number is less than half the rate of New York City (6.6 per 100,000) and an order of magnitude lower than Baltimore (42 per 100,000). Indeed, of the 66 largest cities in the United States, only El Paso, Tex. and Honolulu, Hawaii have lower homicide rates than the state prisons...
Great arena, expensive parking and beer, not so great crowd. Plenty of empty seats, at kickoff it was almost half empty. With all the hype and sellouts everywhere else I was surprised that the upper deck didn't even have to be used. The official attendance was about 17k, not terrible for soccer in the US but about 10k short of capacity.
Got to see some firsts, Beckham's first start with the Galaxy, first game as captain, first yellow card, first goal, and first assist. I also got my first glimpse of Posh but the bodyguards intimidated me into not taking pictures, I'm a failure as a paparazzo.