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- Apr 26 2011
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Apr 26 2011 | government, international
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Apr 09 2011 | baseball, steroids
Quoted: He was as slapdash about his cheating as he was about any other part of the game that didn't involve swinging a bat. Playing defense, showing up on time, running hard, cycling off the drugs so as to make clean urine for spring training—these were not the details Ramirez was interested in. Manny was Manny. It doesn't feel upsetting.
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Mar 25 2011 | sports, funny, osu, michigan
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Mar 15 2011 | politics, news, michigan, nerds
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Dec 28 2010 | cars
Quoted:The Volt leaves you grinning with its driving-the-future vibe. Yet the car operates so seamlessly that owners need not think about the planetary gear sets, the liquid-cooled electrons and all that digital magic taking place below. Just don’t forget to unplug it when you back out of the garage.
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Dec 23 2010 | sports, funny, law
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Dec 20 2010 | business, law
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Dec 10 2010 | politics, xenophobia
- Florida Police Officer Puts Minor in Choke Hold and Charges Two With Felony Battery After Being Hit . . . By An Air Kiss « JONATHAN TURLEYdrew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Dec 09 2010 | stupid, florida
Quoted: Matthews was hit by the flying kiss when he was patrolling near Coquina Beach in his car. It was a nightmare. One second everything was normal and then suddenly Lance Lewis, 14, and Veronica Lewis, 18, turned and sent Lewis fired off the kiss. At least one of the air kisses penetrated the car (presumably the window was open) and hit Matthews. One of my longest standing complaints is that bullet-proof vests leave the neck and face exposed — prime targets historically for blown or delivered kisses.
- drew_s | Shared With: Everyone - Dec 08 2010 | basketball, sports, law
Quoted: David Stern explained some of the reasoning for the rule change earlier this year, “… they should stop complaining and play. Because the more that they play, the more people love this game. That's what's behind it." The solution the NBA went with is a formal rule that’s enforced in a complex manner, a self-defeating practice that is confounding the fan base and re-focusing attention on the arbitrary qualities of NBA officiating instead of the game itself. Let them play.