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eric_lHome        Survivor Gabon Censors Missed Marcus' Penis But We Didn't!  The censors somehow managed to miss contestant Marcus' wang poking out of his boxer shorts during the premiere of Survivor Gabon on Thursday. Marcus’ penis made its appearance while he was  running towards big yellow balls for the last challenge.  Do you think producers let his peen peak stay to help ratings? Survivor Gabon did place first in viewers, adults 18-49 and adults 25-54, according to Nielsen, but people couldn't have known this was going to happen. It did however, put Survivor back on my radar, I didn't even know they were making new episodes.  If Marcus' exposed penis pictures are not enough for you, you can see plenty of shirtless shots of him over at Ohlalamag.com.  Too bad  contestant Charlie was running equally as hard as Marcus, because he hasn't been able to take his eyes off his bulge since day one.  Survivor: Fans vs.  OMG.  You're right.  I love this movie!!  Mila Kunis Flashes Boobs (21403)S...
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news.elam.​060208.wac​hovia.cnnm​oney.216x1​64Not Registered? Register for free extra services.  Mpls./St.  St.  On the deal: “Obviously, Wachovia has meant a great deal to Charlotte and we’re all frankly disappointed that it’s come to this. But we’re obviously not surprised considering the forces at work here. We are working with economic development leadership locally and at the state and national level about why Charlotte is a good location to keep a lot of these operations they’ve acquired in Charlotte.  On whether this a surprise: “This thing’s been going for a couple of weeks now so it’s an hour-by-hour process. Who knew what the deal would look like? The circumstances of the financial industry has changed so dramatically in the last two weeks that I don’t think anybody could have predicted this. Who two months ago would have predicted Bank of America would be the owner of Merrill Lynch? This change in New York and Washington has been rapid. There’s tremendous anxie...
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wMTI0MjcwM​TZzNDEzZGZ​kMzF5NTQxLowboy John Wray.  Wray's captivating third novel drifts between psychological realities while exploring the narrative poetics of schizophrenia. The story centers on Will Heller, a 16-year-old New Yorker who has stopped taking his antipsychotic medication and wandered away from the mental hospital into the subway tunnels believing that the world will end within a few hours and that only he can save it. It's a novel that defies easy categorization, although in one sense it's a mystery, as a detective, Lateef, is on the case, assisted by Will's troubled mother, Violet. As Lateef tracks Will and gains some startling insight into Violet, Wray deploys brilliant hallucinatory visuals, including chilling descriptions of the subway system and an imaginary river flowing beneath Manhattan. In his previous works, Wray has shown that he's not a stranger to dark themes, and with this tightly wound novel, he reaches new heights.  Flying Eric Kraft.  This chunky paperback collects Flying Home, the fi...
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Not Registered? Register for free extra services.  Mpls./St.  St.  Daytona developer with $400M in secured debt files for Ch.  The U.S.  I commend the action taken by Chairman Bair and the FDIC today to facilitate the sale of Wachovia Bank to Citigroup in an orderly fashion to mitigate potential market disruptions.  The FDIC’s actions help to mitigate potential systemic risk to our financial system.  Contact the Editor  Need Assistance?  AAA: Gas shipments should help with N.C.  M.U.R.D.O.C.K.  Back on track?  Do you think the U.S.  Content provided by PR Newswire. Learn more about this service.  Get the latest local business news delivered to your inbox.  0169; 2008 American City Business Journals, Inc. and its licensors. All rights reserved.
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REMEndOfTh​eWorldU.S.  U.S.  Stocks retreat on bank rescues, vote on U.S.  Published: Monday, September 29, 2008More On This StoryEurope may be living in denialFortis rescued but bank woes spreadU.K. to protect Bradford & Bingley; BBC reports nationalizationU.S. lawmakers agree on bailout; expected to win Congress approvalRelated TopicsBusinessConsumer Credit and DebtU.S.  Dominique Faget/AFP/Getty ImagesThe Fortis bank logo in front of the Fortis headquarters in the center of Brussels. The new head of troubled bank Fortis admitted on Monday that mistakes had contributed to the Belgian-Dutch financial ...NEW YORK/LONDON - Authorities stepped in to rescue three European banks on Monday, Citigroup Inc set a deal to acquire most of Wachovia Corp. assets, and U.S. lawmakers prepared to vote on a US$700-billion financial bailout plan.Investors around the world hung on every twist and turn as Citigroup Inc. said it acquire the banking operations of Wachovia Corp., while the Benelux governments moved to part...
Originally from: http://www.nationalpost.com/ne​ws/story.html?id=846654

namcradion​ewsRTR_ArticleBlurb = " NEW YORK, Sept 29 (Reuters) - U.S. government debt prices briefly pared their earlier gains on Monday after the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.  NEW YORK, Sept 29 (Reuters) - U.S.  Deposit Insurance Corp.  UPDDATE 1-U.S.  U.S.  U.S.  REFILE-U.S.  Thomson Reuters is the world's largest international multimedia news agency, providing investing news, world news, business news, technology news, headline news, small business news, news alerts, personal finance, stock market, and mutual funds information available on Reuters.com, video, mobile, and interactive television platforms.  NYSE and AMEX quotes delayed by at least 20 minutes. Nasdaq delayed by at least 15 minutes.
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images_siz​edimage_19​2152721Wachovia Capital Trust (NYSE: WB) opened at $16.77. So far today, the stock has hit a low of $16.73 and a high of $17.29. WB is now trading at $17.08, up $1.19 (7.49%). Over the last 52 weeks the stock has ranged from a low of $7.80 to a high of $53.10. Shares of WB are rising with other banks this morning, as Korea Development Bank confirmed it is exploring a buyout of troubled investment bank Lehman Brothers Holdings (LEH). The news has boosted the troubled financial sector in early trading. Technical indicators for the stock are bearish and S&P gives WB a negative 2 STARS (out of 5) sell ranking. If you are looking for a hedged play on WB the stock seems like it could be a candidate for an October out-of-the-money bull-put credit spread below the 10 range.
Originally from: http://www.marketintelligencec​enter.com/articles/668645