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Friday July 6, 2007

Supplies: You know you need want some of these–MegaSticky oversize sticky notes.

Islam: A titch off-color, perhaps, but having lived in Scotland I got a real chuckle out of headlines like this one. You just don’t mess with the Scots. “A HERO cabbie who took on the Glasgow Airport terror suspects told yesterday how he booted one of them in the privates. Alex McIlveen, 45, kicked the man, whose body was in flames, so hard that he tore a tendon in his foot.” Islam may be taking over England but it’ll have a tough time a bit further north!

Gender: Carolyn McCulley is helping debunk the talkative women myth.

Radio: Richard Phillips, whom I wrote about yesterday, is going to be a guest on “Calling for Truth” today (catch it on the Net from 1-2 PM).


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