Daily Archives: November 17, 2005

Back in the Saddle?

Is it just me, or is anyone else noticing that, now that the ‘Fitzmas’ of the left is over, the Rovester seems to be playing at 11? I mean, we have the White House site poking holes in the NYT’s … Continue reading

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The Soundboard: Odd Week

I’m having an odd week. After having a week off and then working mondo-hours last week, this one is actually somewhat normal and that is throwing me off. I think it is just me finally getting used to daylight savings … Continue reading

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Active Parenting

So your kid talks back to you, gets horrible grades and sometimes doesn’t even show up to school. What is a parent to do? Show them their future Tasha Henderson got tired of her 14-year-old daughter’s poor grades, her chronic … Continue reading

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You learn something new every day

Or maybe I already knew some of this and forgot. The First Navy Jack is generally flown only by the oldest ship in the fleet. I did not know that. The Kitty Hawk is the oldest and has been since … Continue reading

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RNS Quote of the Day

The two greatest values to be gained from social existence are: knowledge and trade. Man is the only species that can transmit and expand his store of knowledge from generation to generation: the knowledge potentially available to man is greater … Continue reading

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