Tag Archives: China

Saturday Morning News: February 23rd, 2013

  Maker’s Mark to stop watering down its whiskey New Jimi Hendrix album to be released China military unit ‘behind hacking’  Fans Pitch Bids For Former Red Sox Pitcher’s Blood-Stained Sock $1.5 billion yacht is world’s largest What’s The Sequester? And How Did We Get Here? Injured Soldier Stands Tall At Reunion With Platoon End […]

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#30 Bela Karolyi is Geppetto and Other Olympic Facts Of Which You Must Be Aware

Administrator’s Note: We here at TTAF are taking a break from blogging for the rest of the year. We feel that it is important that we take some time off to spend with friends and family, and also to relax a bit as the past year has been hectic for all four of us. We […]

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Saturday Morning News: November 12th, 2012

China starts leadership transfer CIA Director Petraeus Resigns, Citing Extramarital Affair No More ‘No Reservations’: Anthony Bourdain Moves On What exactly is the ‘fiscal cliff’? Obamacare Is Here To Stay – But In What Form? Once Again, Florida’s Voting Doesn’t Add Up What’s the Greatest Bond Song of All Time? For Religious Conservatives, Election Was […]

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Saturday Morning News

Nation supplicates for Malala Opinion: Brave girl, cowardly Taliban Triumph of the Wrong? Some Questions for This Guy About to Free-Fall From Space ‘V.P. Debate Highlights, Songified’ Inequality and the world economy Americans Are Barmy Over Britishisms In Haiti, Little Can Be Found of a Hip-Hop Artist’s Charity Romney criticises Biden on Libya The 25 […]

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Saturday Morning News September 1st 2012

Hurricane Isaac Makes Landfall In Southeast Louisiana, Headed For Baton Rouge 10 of America’s best lake vacations U.S. May Put Group on Terror List, at Risk of Pakistan Rift GOP’s ‘We Built It’ Refrain Both Puzzling And Telling Chinese Blame Failing Bridges On Corruption American Taliban Sues For Religious Freedom What Americans Actually Do All […]

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Saturday Morning News: August 11th, 2012

Gaming The Games: The Rules That Got Bent In London The struggle for Syria: An ever-lonelier leader With Three Months to Go, Uncertainty Reigns for Undecided Voters Banking for the bad guys Here’s Where Farms Are Sucking The Planet Dry David Rakoff: ‘There Is No Answer As To Why Me’ Doctors remove spider hiding in woman’s […]

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Bela Karolyi is Geppetto and Other Olympic Facts Of Which You Must Be Aware

The Olympics are well underway.  I originally decided that the Olympics have been boring since the end of the Cold War, or so I have been told.  However, the more I have watched recently the more I have gotten into it.  The following are some notes that I have compiled while drinking coffee and watching […]

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Saturday Morning News: June 2nd, 2012

Slain Syrian Filmmaker Traded Study For ‘Revolution’ ‘Flame’ Malware Said To Be Targeting Iran: Huge Deal Or Huge Hype? Structural Reform: Beware unlicensed casket-selling monks As Nations Develop, Cancer Takes Hold Hey hipsters, skinny jeans could be bad for you! Egypt awaits verdict for fallen dictator Record-setting NM fire grows to 339 square miles Risk […]

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A Name Worth Remembering: Chinese Protestor

Never throughout history has a man who lived a life of ease left a name worth remembering. -Theodore Roosevelt-   The picture above has to be one of the greatest photos ever taken.  Every time I view the picture it makes me want to be a better person, someone who stands for something, a man […]

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Saturday Morning News: May 5th, 2012

Saturday Morning News is exactly what it says.  Every Saturday morning we will link you to stories that we think are worth reading.  Enjoy. Bin Laden’s Last Days: Like “Hitler In The Bunker” U.S. proposes new Rules for fracking on federal lands What is that a Titleist? Ex-teammate: Junior Seau had 1,500 concussions UN Official […]

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