Monthly Archives: January 2007

>Tips for Fat Girls

>College is a really big deal to all high school students in America. However, some of them suffer from being fat. Whether this comes from eating like a hog or just being lazy is beside the point. Fact is, they’re … Continue reading

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>Hardee’s, Tyra Banks and Slightly Paris Hilton

>Despite all this Tyra Banks nonsense and news about McDonalds reducing its food’s fat content, regardless of how scrawny Paris Hilton is (am I the only one who thinks she looks like she has Down’s Syndrome?) and still taking into … Continue reading

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>We’re So Sorry, Indians!

>Every time in literature when we as Americans of the modern day stumble across a written piece characterizing the relocation of Native Americans – such as one of Chief Seattle’s speeches or a religious, Christian-crusading statement made by Andrew Johnson … Continue reading

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>Georgia, Genarlow Wilson, Matt Roloff and the Chelsea Grin

>Georgia, Georgia, Georgia … oh, Georgia. I’ve found a way to connect Genarlow Wilson, Matt Roloff and the chelsea grin. Upon loading my breakfast dishes in to the dishwasher this morning, I realized that Charlie and I use an ungodly … Continue reading

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>UNCW: Longboards, Beach Cruisers and Yo-yos

>People in the Wilmington area have pretty strange ways of traveling places. As a student at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, I’ve seen an endless array of creative measures of getting to class. These include – but certainly are … Continue reading

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>Support for James Kopp?

>James Kopp is back in court this week for the 1998 murder of reproductive health services doctor Barnett Slepian. This time, it’s federal. He’s already serving a life term and if convicted on current charges, he would have no chance … Continue reading

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>Made My Day

>I’m not sure why – and in fact, to an extent, I wish it were not so – but this professor’s comments brought a sense of satisfaction over me. This paper (which can be found a few blogs below) might … Continue reading

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