Friday, November 25, 2005

Lunch 11-25-2005

Try one of these specials with your lunch:

8 comments:

  1. Laptop Loss Leader

    Today is Commerce Day, which is celebrated on the Friday following Thanksgiving Thursday. The day was instituted to satisfy pent-up demand that accumulated over the mid-week consumer diversion to Sam's Club (for food-stuffs), away from Wal-Mart (for ...

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  2. The Knucklehead of the Day award

    Today's winner is Michael Ivey

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  3. EU warns Iran of sanctions

    The European Union concerned Iran has blueprints for building nuclear warheads joined the United States in threatening Tehran with sanctions.

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  4. Open Trackbacks and TTLB ecosystem / Open Track Back!

    The reason we participate in Open Trackbacks is to drive readers to our sites. Yes we do this because we love it but we also want folks to read our fantastic, insightful, and unique opinions. At least we like to think they are. We are not doing it to g...

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  5. Laptop Loss Leader

    Cross Posted at Jack Yoest Today is Commerce Day, which is celebrated on the Friday following Thanksgiving Thursday. The day was instituted to satisfy pent-up demand that accumulated over the mid-week consumer diversion to Sam's Club (for food-stuffs)...

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  6. [...] And, just because I can (without falsely inflating my rankings), I’m joining open trackback parties at: Don Surber, Basil’s blog, Oblogatory Anecdotes, Bloggin’ Outloud, Is It Just Me?, Right Nation. Posted by Eric | 8:45 am | Trackback URI: http://myopiczeal.blogsome.com/2005/11/25/nz-bear-party-pooper-but-in-a-good-way/trackback/ [...]

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  7. Pajamas Media ..... the Real Story in Pictures.

    In the beginning ..... were the hitters. Soon, a challenge arose.

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  8. Opponents Didn't Care If He Had WMD

    The WMD argument is tiresome and dishonest. Opposition to the liberation of Iraq in 2002 had nothing to do with WMD.
    Consider the arguments in the debate over the war resolution the war on Oct. 10, 2002.
    Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., opposed the war bec...

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