Monthly Archives: March 2011
Record Level. It reminds me of when the border patrol says “we’ve recovered a record amount of drugs crossing the borders this year.” Is that because people tried to smuggle more drugs or because border patrol did a better job catching them? I
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the Fioptics Cruiser in the Opening Day Parade. Cincinnati Bell Fioptics delivers state-of-the-art high speed Internet and digital television service through a fibre optic network. This fibre optic network allows Cincinnati Bell to offer digital
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?The first hearing to review a bill that would permit the use of marijuana by seriously ill Idaho residents was held on Wednesday, marking the first time such legislation has ever been granted a public hearing in the Idaho House of Representatives.The Health & Welfare Committee heard testimony in support of HB 19, which would allow seriously and chronically ill Idahoans to use marijuana to treat certain conditions with doctors’ recommendations.This bill, introduced by Rep. Tom Trail (R-Moscow), contains very specific criteria to qualify for the program and for the production of medical marijuana. If passed, it would be the strictest and most tightly regulated medical marijuana law in the nation — which, unfortunately, also means it would be the least patient-friendly.
The medical marijuana industry is beginning to show its age.
After humble California beginnings in 1996, 15 states and the District of Columbia now have legalized marijuana use for ill patients who have a doctor’s recommendation. Medical marijuana has been found to help with chronic pain, nausea and other symptoms of diseases [...]
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With Seattle’s 12th Man eliminated (the injustice!) from the voting, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is among the 16 players remaining as possible Madden NFL 12 cover athletes. Based on his performance on the football field last year, he’s among the most deserving of those 16. But his previous, off-field controversy has activists demanding that he be removed from the bracket.
Vick pled guilty in 2007 to having been involved with an illegal dog fighting ring. After serving time in prison, he made his return to the NFL and became the Eagles’ starting QB in 2010. He was among the league’s best at the position this past season is arguably the team’s best candidate for a Madden cover.
More than three out of four voters (76%, to be precise) chose him over Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware in the first round of voting. This week, he faces off against Houston Texas receiver Andre Johnson. As far as animal-rights activists and supporters of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals are concerned, however, he shouldn’t have ever been a candidate, and they’ve let EA Sports know it.