My cringe reflex is exhausted. Palin filibusters. She repeats words, filling space with deadwood. Cut the verbiage and there’s not much content there....If BS were currency, Palin could bail out Wall Street herself.Parker advises Her Alaskaness to run for the tundra: "She can bow out for personal reasons, perhaps because she wants to spend more time with her newborn. No one would criticize a mother who puts her family first." So it's begun. Who knew that Katie Couric could actually do influential journalism? See an excerpt from Couric's interview with Palin after the jump:
Why is there no boxing in this town?
Every U.S. city, town or village I’ve lived in has some kind of professional boxing venue or is near a pro boxing venue. Sure there’s Memphis, but that’s kinda far to drive for a fight. And no, Mixed Martial Arts does not count. That’s like comparing rugby and the NFL. They both have big guys and oblong balls in common, but that’s about it.
There are some boxing gyms here being run by some really knowledgeable folks, but for some reason they don’t produce many—any?—professional fighters. My biggest hope for Nashville is in the Mexican community, where boxing is still a popular sport. Over at the San Juan Fiesta restaurant off I-24 they sometimes have fights on the TV and the place’s owner, Jose Arelleno, owns a small gym on Nolensville Road.
There’s also this rumor that a real stinker of a fight might be held here. Who knows? Better than nothing I guess.
31. Plaintiff did not agree or to submit herself to the Rules of Procedure adopted the morning of the hearing. 32. The Rules of Procedure did not exist at the time Barnes filed his election contest, and were only created after Barnes filed his election contest. 33. Because she was not given the finalized Rules of Procedure until the morning of the hearing on the contested election, Senator Kurita did not have a chance to properly prepare for the election contest or to properly defend the results of the August 2008 election in the September 13th hearing.Obviously, if Kurita never agreed to the rules and didn’t even find out about them until the morning of the hearing, then that's a pretty strong case for due process violations. But party spokesman Wade Munday tells Pith that's not the way it went down. “There were all the rules that she agreed to through counsel prior to the meeting that Saturday. The terms were agreed upon prior to the meeting.” Munday adds:
“The executive committee acted in its rightful capacity as the state primary board. All the actions taken were conducted in the open and in accordance with state law established in 1972.”
Tired of being told by various and sundry music industry insiders that many of his songs are good in quality but will never be recorded in Nashville due to political and social content, songwriter Richard Aberdeen rounded up some of Nashville’s top musicians and session vocalists and began to record material content that many here in Nashville (and elsewhere) believe should be heard on 21st Century American radio, given the dire straits that members of both major political parties have managed to drag our nation into. So far, four CDs have been released under the generic band title "Nashville Session Players".
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