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Ahem

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On February 5, 2008
Noted without comment: When asked if there are any movies she’s seen and thought she could have done, Paris [Hilton] pauses for a long while and says, “I love the movie Juno.” Wow. Can you even imagine?

And I Hear He Once Killed a Bear with His Bare Hands

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On January 17, 2008
David Petraeus and I wear the same running shoes, but the similarities end there. Runner’s World, via Danger Room: Today, he arrives for his workout at precisely 6:30 a.m., ready to hit the road in his New Balance 992s and an Army T-shirt. The subject quickly turns to running. “When we bring a new guy […]

Quiz Time

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On January 5, 2008

Via Kevin Levin at Civil War Memory, there’s this addicting geography quiz that I can’t stop playing. First time through, I reached the 11th level but have been unable to duplicate my init

My Job Search

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On December 11, 2007

Like Don Douglas, Robert Maranto, and so many other conservatives in academia, I too have suffered the heartbreak of discrimination in the job market. Prior to settling at the University of Kentucky,

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Weird…

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On November 18, 2007

Oregon really does look like this. I’m not sure Farley would have signed off on my gig here if he’d known I’d never been to Oregon before, say, last night. The entire state — b

We’re Losing Ground…

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On November 17, 2007
Farley is now the 849th most common surname in America, down 23 from 1990. The Lemieux’s have apparently suffered some sort of holocaust in the last seventeen years, as they’ve dropped from 2876 to 4456; breed, Scott, breed! Watkins carries the banner for LGM at 222 (down 48 since 1990), and Bean clocks in at […]
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