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image_1Login.  Registration is fast and easy and your information is kept private.Posted by Lupe Lasano in sportsThis post has been tagged: Hotties in SportsReby SkyReby Sky is today's Hottie In Sports.  What's so great about Reby Sky, you may ponder.  Um ... I was born in New York? ;-) Well, technically I could have been either a Giants or Jets fan, but I guess I always just felt drawn to the GMEN, even when I was tiny, which is weird, because the rest of my family either doesn't care for football, or root for the Cowboys," said Reby when explaining why she's such a huge Giants fan.  With women like Reby Sky rooting for your team, it's nearly impossible to lose.Published: Thursday 11th of September 2008 01:00:45 PMLiked this story?  Latest StoriesReby SkyPolice: Teens tried to rob undercover cop Shepherd co-defendant pleads guilty Maine man arrested for counterfeitingU.S.
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jessica-simpson-melk-raspberry411's Preview of Marquez vs.  UNKLE - End Titles...  Blake Lauderback and Dan Halen get down and dirty with the tough questions of the music scene: Should Axl Rose stop wasting our time?  Is Jessica Simpson’s success all about her looks?  How creepy is a new Elvis duets album?  Will a new queen album do well? Plus we debate talent versus the strangeness that is David Bowie and take on Lemmy Kilmister’s views of the music industry!  Greetings, salutations, and welcome to the column that makes hump-day the beginning of the home stretch to the weekend.  It's time to get down and dirty by taking on the music news and classic views that make up this crazy business we love to hate and hate to love.  Today we take on contemporary news with some classic views, as some music old school know-how enters Fact or Fiction stadium.  If you are registered, you can login and post under your registered name.  Please note that 411 moderates all comments.  Needless to say, I will be waiting until I hear t...
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2113292889_f49aa9dc51Things to do Thursday, Sept.  Two teenage boys are in a car chase with a reckless, sexually perverted Polk County sheriff’s deputy. The boys crash, killing Miles White, 16. But the sheriff’s office does not investigate its deputy’s involvement. Why?  Friday Night RewindIt doesn't matter which team you cheer for.  The networks try to catch viewers' attention after the writers strike, while cable channels go for a knockout blow by debuting new series at the same time.  Finally, football goes back to the basics -- a ball, a woman, a bikini.  It's not just us bouncing around.  Sure, it's an eye-catching uniform.  It takes something really enticing to lure a man away from watching football. Like a football game on another channel. Played by hot women. In bikinis.  Calling itself "true fantasy football," the Lingerie Football League features women playing full-contact football in sports bras, biking briefs, helmets and safety pads. Their season parallels the National Footba...
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chunnelPeople who wipe snot:Especially when its a shared desk.  Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are well aware of the benefits of having children, though one they probably didn't expect was the financial support of the French government.  We do not discuss individual benefits cases," said a spokeswoman for the Brignoles council.  Those benefits include a £490 a month "nanny payment" and as they have three adopted children, a supplementary "orphan allowance" of £255 a month for each of the trio.  Of course they won't (such sums are laughable to them), but not everyone is as scrupulous.  BACKE ON TEH DRUGGES AGANE!  OBLIGATORY YOUTUBE CLIP!  OBLIGATORY YOUTUBE CLIP!  FONEJACKER IS BACK!  BlartMonster on  Tue  26 August  2008  said...Aren't these two dead yet? BlartMonster on  Tue  26 August  2008  said...£1300 laughable? Don't bet on them not raking it in.  ReverendStinkhorne on  Tue  26 August  2008  said...Saw them shopping in Lidl the other day.  SEND GOSSIP :  ADVERTISING!
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HoustonTrafficU.S.  Falkenberg: Couple in 50s too old for kids?  Sept.  Katy Freeway Reconstruction Web site                                                                    Live Houston traffic maps                                                                                                    Houston-area road closures                                                                                                    Transtar route-builder                                                                                                    Texas road conditions                                                                    Move It!  All westbound lanes of the East Freeway were closed shortly before 8 p.m.  You must be logged in to comment.  Search        advanced search      | archives                                      Chron.com                        Web Search by            YAHOO!  Home  Houston & Texas  Nation  Business  Sports  Entertainment  Life  Travel    Blogs  Chron Commons  Weath...
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77058-60_octopusLast update: 7:07 p.m. EDT Aug.  GAO has dismissed the protest.  NASA.  Copyright (C) 2008 PR Newswire.  4 minutes ago U.S.  U.S. stock futures point to sharply lower start; Lehman slidesDrawing wisdom from the Sept. 11 tragedyAnother bull joins the bearsAnother big oil discovery off Brazil boosts Petrobras, partnersU.S.  Drawing wisdom from the Sept. 11 tragedyAnother big oil discovery off Brazil boosts Petrobras, partnersBefore dumping financials, here's a few thoughtsA $75 trillion fright fest: 8 megahorror debts chilling the U.S.Another bull joins the bearsDon't neglect an IRA as a valuable savings toolCompanies paying up to issue more debtMortgage rates tumble, with 30-year loan falling under 6%The birth of Wall Street's bailout cultureOlder worker seeking a job beyond service sector?  U.S. stocks try to battle back as energy shares climbOil futures fall toward $100 as traders eye storm, dollarJuly trade deficit widens on surge in oil importsDollar holds highs vs. euro, but s...
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415aKCvCCLL._AA280_Your browser’s security settings are preventing some features from appearing.  Twenty friends and supporters of the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra traveled together recently to enjoy a special five-day summertime experience at the Tanglewood Festival near Lenox, Mass.  While some Capital City residents were already in the area on vacation, most of the music-lovers took flights from Montgomery to enjoy a long weekend of special activities.  MSO manager and violinist Helen Jean Steineker had spent months organizing the details of their trip, and was elated to shepherd the River Region travelers on their excursion so none would miss a moment of touring, fun and special musical exposure.The Montgomery Symphony Association and Tanglewood have proudly shared a special relationship, and the 2008 trip marked the 10th year a group has visited from our area. Over the years, several Montgomery musicians have had the opportunity to study at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI), and tho...
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JsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ?  Mourners are comforted during a ceremony to commemorate the seventh anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008 in New York.  NEW YORK (AP) — The nation paused Thursday to mark the seventh anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with a heartfelt ceremony at the World Trade Center site, the dedication of a memorial at the Pentagon and a planned visit to ground zero by the presidential candidates.Relatives of victims killed at the World Trade Center gathered in lower Manhattan for readings from dignitaries and a recitation of the names of the dead. Later Thursday, Barack Obama and John McCain were due at ground zero to pay silent respects."Today marks the seventh anniversary of the day our world was broken," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said at the start of the ceremony, calling Sept. 11, 2001, a "day that began like any other and ended as none ever has."The ritual at ground zero included moments of silence at...
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Pentagon_cornerstoneWhile one memorial is dedicated and squabbling continues over a second, we may be tempted to think that simply erecting a monument will be enough to honor the thousands of Americans killed by terrorists seven years ago. That it took seven years to get the Pentagon memorial up is a testament to the difficulty of memorializing a horrific event such as 9/11.So how should we memorialize this day?The most fitting memorial is to continue being mindful of the lessons learned on that day and in the months following.We can be sure our enemies have long memories and today are celebrating the victory they won seven years ago. Are our memories just as long?Today, I think of Jack Murray, the father of my middle-school bus buddy. Mr. Murray worked as a banker in the World Trade Center, although I didn't know that at the time. To me, he was John's father, always at our Little League baseball games, the guy whose house I ate dinner at a few times and whose yard I played football in.Mr.  I have express...
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