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  1. Is Chivalry Dead in Hollywood? MSNBC Makes Fun of a Gentleman

    — On its Tabloid Tidbits blog page, MSNBC is taking potshots at both one time pinup boy Fabio and current left-wing, heartthro...
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  2. Patricia Zohn: Culture Zohn: It's Only Rock and Roll But I Like It

    — In the fall of 1970, the Rolling Stones gave a free concert at the Amstel Hall, a bare bones convention center ...
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  3. Currently at Politics

    — I apologize for my recent lack of posting, but it wasn't until Kevin came outside his house to point out my picket sign misspelled "Wizbang" that I realized I wasn't actually "on strike." Sorry . . . the latest topics on the Politics...
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  4. Open Thread for Night Owls and Early Birds

    — Leslie Eaton at The New York Times is reporting Poor Are Lagging in Hurricane Aid From Mississippi:Like the other Gulf Coast states battered by Hurricane K...
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  5. Steven Denlinger: Of Great Teachers, Libraries, and Bookworms

    — GREAT TEACHERS DO NOT follow a system. They rely on heart and brains - and they combine these in a way that may make no sense to the outside observer - except that it's effective.What makes one teacher loved and the other one hated? Both can follow the same curriculum, the same lesson pl...
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  6. Bush-friendly energy company among leading polluters in world

    — Not much of a surprise here, but it's good to see such a list coming out.The first-ever worldwide database of such pollution also reveals the rapid growth in global-warming emissions by power pl...
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  7. Ron Paul and the Neo-Nazis, etc.

    — Ron Paul's surprising fundraising success lately is due in part to donations from people most politicians reject, as Andrew Walden reports at The American Thinker: ...
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  8. David Sirota: VIDEO: Clinton Thinks NAFTA's Consequences Are Funny

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  9. Robert Naiman: Clinton Flogs Alleged Iranian Role in Iraq - Even More Than Bush

    — In Thursday night's debate, defending her vote for the Kyl-Lieberman amendment - which critics have charged was intended to escalate towards military confrontation with Iran - Senator Clinton said, "The Ir...
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  10. Federal Reserve adds $47 billion into system

    — Where was the Fed a few years ago when Mr Bubble was asleep at the wheel? He ignored the looming subprime catastrophe and gave the green light to tax cuts for the wealthy during a supposed war. I guess they just woke up and read more ba...
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  11. Ace of Spades HQ Fan Club Logo - (liberrocky)

    — Update: 87 people have voted on the Fan Club Logo. 67 percent say "It rox" while the rest say "it sux" This is by no means the final design. When I came up with it I wanted to combine......
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  12. NewsBusted Comedy Webcast, Episode 120

    — It's Friday which means another episode of our political comedy show "NewsBusted" has arrived! Topics in this edition: Democrats' Iraq policy, Hillary Clinton, AOL and more.I'm pleased to announce that yesterday we hit 1...
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  13. Why the KSM Hypo Was Stupid, According to Liberals

    — My KSM hypo was really stupid, according to some, because it was so obviously designed to elicit a “yes” answer that anyone would answer yes. So what was the point of asking a question that anyone would answer yes? Also, the answer is “no” because...
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  14. Airport Security

    — Bob Englehart,...
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  15. Video : Swift Kids Break the Truth about Hillary

    — This is awesome. ...
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  16. Bill Richardson Rising

    — This is part of the candidate series on MyDD. I'm not part of the Richardson campaign.In terms of the debate in Las Vegas, I felt Richardson had one of his strongest performances to date in the race.  Under Bush the CIA has become global paramilitary force operating prisons i...
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  17. Liveblogging Tonight's Democrat Debate

    — Aw, hell, did I miss it again? Well, discuss my wife's* nipples then....
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  18. If you like movies...

    — My old friend Dirty Harry (no that is not his real name) is blogging up a storm over at Libertas. If you are a huge fan of television and movies like I am, you will love the site. After reading the review of ...
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  19. More Hypotheticals

    — Here are a couple more hypotheticals for you. At least one of them is all too real. Hypothetical #1: It’s July 2001. You learn that Osama bin Laden has planned a massive attack on America in which 19 hijackers will take over planes and fly them i...
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  20. DISRAELI

    — It is one of the better-established findings in psychological research that the relationship between attitudes and behaviour is not at all straightforward. That is particularly true when it comes to predicting behaviour from a person’s racial attitudes and beliefs. For instance, Left-infl...
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  21. FedSoc

    — What a proud night for the Federalist Society Thursday night was in D.C. at Union Station. They had the president of the United States as a warm-up act. They had three Supreme Court justices. Clarence Thomas was by far the crowd favorite, but how could he not? Samuel Alito remains the funniest -- I'...
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  22. BREAKING: Red Cross Monitors Barred From Guantánamo Bay (Disturbing Photo)

    — Folks, this is QUITE disturbing. I would be SHOCKED if PETA isn’t on their way to GITMO in those rubber Zodiac(R) rafts with 15 HP motors, and if they’re NOT, they NEED TO BE, ASAP… From The New York Times: Red Cross Monitors Barred From Guantánamo By WILLIAM GLABERSON A confiden...
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  23. Everything Is Back to Normal

    — I have only caught parts of the debate -- but it sounds like we can finally the retire the Hillary-falters storyline. She's the nominee. The primary story is the Republicans....
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  24. A Big Boost for McCain?

    — Curt Schilling, ace pitcher for the world champion Boston Red Sox, has endorsed him. Up in New Hampshire, they love their Sawx . . . ....
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  25. Three Cheers for Orin!

    — I'm delighted to report that our coblogger Orin Kerr is the youngest law professor listed in these lists of most cited law professors by topic. The page doesn't report number of...
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  26. Mark Filip Nominated for Deputy Attorney General Slot:

    — Judge Mark Filip, an outstanding District Court Judge in the Northern District of Illinois, has been nominated by the President to serve as the D...
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  27. Taylor Marsh: Clinton is Back

    — by Taylor Marsh...
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  28. Nothing Says Gratitude . . .

    — Like a campaign contribution:Three re...
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  29. Bangladesh Battered By Killer Cyclone

    — Tens of millions of people are directly in the path of a category 5 cyclone that has arrived onshore in Bangladesh this morning, and many of them have no where to go. KHULNA, Bangla...
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  30. The FCC needs medication for bipolar disorder

    — Opening up the cable TV industry was a great move, but media consolidation? Look at how well consolidation in the banking and telecom industry has worked. If you want to ...
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  31. WTF, Dobbs?

    — So let me see if I have this straight: CNN anchor and professional xenophobic fucknut Lou Dobbs is ...
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  32. Hugh Hewitt: Today's Romney Interview

    — The transcript is here. The opening questions: HH: Mike Huckabee's the flavor of the month. He surged up in Iowa. What are the differences between you and Governor Huckabee? MR: Well, you know, we have the views......
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  33. The GTMO Detention Manual

    — [Guest post by DRJ] While Patterico hosts a lively debate on interrogation and the morality of waterboarding, it may be a good time to take a peak inside the GTMO detention manual: ...
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  34. Mary Katharine Ham: Dem Debate in Quotes...

    — Vodka Pundit:6:10pm To Hillary: Is it true that you skirt questions? "Well, that depends on what you mean by 'skirts.'" Seriously, though, Hillary couldn't even deliver her "asbestos pant suit" gag well enough to get......
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  35. Open Thread

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  36. MyDD member poll result

    — Not much of a surprise from the MyDD community poll: Edwards 1014 votes 34% Obama 932 votes 31% Clinton 351 votes 12% Richardson 242 votes 8% Dodd 187 votes 6...
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  37. Ari Melber: Biden and Clinton Shine at Debate

    — Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton shined in the presidential debate on Thursday night, as the leading Democratic candidates traded their sharpest barbs to date. Biden outlined the most specific foreign policy agenda, advocating a reduction of Pakistan's military funding to force fair election...
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  38. A silent correction

    — This morning I wrote about Daniel Henninger's Wonder Land column and pointed out a couple of errors. Certainly the worst error was the column's statement that George Wallace had been "shot dead" in 1972. The column as printed in the Journal this morning read as it did online at ...
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  39. From a wild flower to an oak

    — 25 years ago, four law students -- Lee Liberman (now Lee Otis), Spencer Abraham, David McIntosh, and Steven Calabresi -- founded the Federalist Society. Their goal, in the words of their then faculty adviser Antonin Scalia, was to "plant a wild flower in the weeds of academic liberalism." They ...
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  40. Open Thread and Diary Rescue

    — (Tonight's selections are brought to you courtesy of the Rescue Rangers. SusanG)This evening's Rescue Rangers are vcmvo2, Got a Grip, twilight falling, srkp23, Shayera, Cordelia Lear, and joyful, with jennyjem as editor.There's quite a list tonight, so without furt...
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  41. Supporting the Troops Liberal Style

    — The Cambridge Election Commission has had Boy Scout donation boxes for the troops removed from polling stations because someone called to complain that they were "too pro-war." So much for the oft-repeated leftist lie that they "support the troops, but not their mission." From ...
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  42. C&L’s Late Nite Music Club with Elmore James

    — Last July we put up a clip of Elmore James’ “Sky Is Crying” and I just noticed that YouTube removed it. We need a Music Club archive of one of the greatest and most...
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  43. Off to Israel:

    — I will be in Israel for the next week, so blogging may be light during that time. I will be presenting a paper on democracy and international human rights law coauthored with Northwestern University lawprof John McGinnis at ...
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  44. Quote of the day

    — “As an Irish-Catholic kid in the 1980s, I remember being disgusted with the thugs and the terrorists in the [Irish Republican Army] and I don’t remember anyone who was Irish-American saying to Tom Clancy after “Patriot Games”: “How dare you portray people in the IRA ...
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  45. Videos: Hillary denies, then plays the gender card and Edwards gets booed

    — Hillary Clinton answered the licenses for illegals question definitively tonight, removing it as a problem. […] Read the rest »...
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  46. Breaking– Feinstein Buckles: Votes Against Telecom Immunity

    — Blog For America: …something incredible just happened. This evening, the Senate Democrats finally stood up to President Bush… Senate Democrats are now...
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  47. House passes RESTORE Act.

    — The House today voted 227 to 189 to approve the RESTORE Act, which updates the hastily-passed Protect America Act and restores judi...
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  48. CNN's and Carville's lack of ethics

    — Would it kill CNN to not include partisan supporters of the various candidates in their post-debate spin?Would it kill CNN to disclose that James Carville is a partisan Clinton supporter when talking about the presidential race?Would it kill James Carville to disclose that he is a p...
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  49. Lou Dobbs says he may run for President. CNN has to take him off the air

    — Taegan Goddard has a report that CNN's Lou Dobbs is thinking about running for President. So, Jonathan Klein, now you know. It's creepy. Take him off the air. Let Dobbs launch ...
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  50. Another Post-Debate Thread

    — Apparently Hillary Clinton's answer on gender is going to be the most replayed of the debate. And she did rock that answer.Also, following on Trapper's point that:Carville is surprised that the "fireworks" were in the first 12 minutes.  (MAYBE IT'S BECAUSE THE EARLY...
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  51. Hillary Answers That She Isn’t Playing the Gender Card and Then Plays the Gender Card

    — Did anyone else notice this? After answering a question on playing the gender card, she goes on and on about being proud to be running for the first woman president, etc. Is it just me? ...
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  52. The Debate

    — I wish I had anything very trenchant to say about the debate I just sat through. It seemed to me that no one actually changed the dynamic of their own candidacies or the cogency of their own arguments. Clinton will have pleased her supporters, but I doubt she will have won over any waverers or do...
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  53. Peaceniks Drop Their Babies on the Curb...FOR TEH CHILDREN!!1

    — Swinging for the bleachers, the antiwar left's Olympia contingent swings and misses, instead stooping to an all-time low. The nutosphere i...
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  54. My Debate Wrap-Up

    — Hillary won, as she's still the only one who seems trustworthy one on national security issues. Obama generally acquitted himself well, but didn't do well enough to make inroads solely based on his performance. Edwards angry populism is wearing out its welcome.What Rich said about Biden. Dodd has re...
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  55. Uh oh: Reports of anti-Romney, anti-Mormon push polling in Iowa

    — Read this post »...
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  56. Regarding that Diamonds or Pearls Question...

    — ...it made me want to go to the nearest wooded area and harm myself....
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  57. 3 Tour Iraq Vet At Dem Debate: “Our Troops Need To Come Home Now”

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  58. Clinton Won

    — And not just in the if-she-doesn't-lose-she-wins sense. She just flat-out won. Much of the press wants her to stumble to have a better race, but it didn't happen tonight....
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  59. Free At Last!

    — G'night folks....
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  60. UK Secretary of State: EU Should Include the Middle East…

    — Eurabia inching a little closer to reality….. Foreign Secretary David Miliband has suggested the European Union should work towards including Russia, Middle Eastern and North African countries. He said enlargement was "our most powerful tool&...
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  61. Las Vegas - Final? Thread

    — QUESTION: How to overcome partisan divide? And from moderator to Obama, aren't you attacking Hillary by saying she can't?OBAMA: She can do it, I can do it better. Wouldn't be running if didn't think was best suited to overcome this. America must lead by shutting Guanatanamo and restoring h...
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  62. Yup

    — Kucinich was a pro-lifer until 2002. I wrote about it in The Party of Death. I said there that Kucinich had abandoned the unborn and, in return, won the support of Ani DiFranco....
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  63. By The Hammer of Grabthar!

    — This debate will never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever end....
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  64. MyDD Blog Talk Radio Post-Debate Open Thread

    — As soon as the debate wraps up, MyDD Blog Talk Radio will be on the air live to talk shop about the debate. The call-in number for the show is (646) 652-2585. You can also chime in via AIM to "MyDDdotCOM". If you do not use AIM, you...
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  65. "The Right to Privacy"

    — The Democrats sort of box themselves in when they retreat to such a vague formulation, since conservatives can say that they, too, believe the Constitution protects privacy. Which is true: Several amendments protect aspects of privacy. But they can't get more specific about what they mean and hold a...
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  66. Obama, Edwards Say Supreme Court...

    — ...must protect outsiders, minorities, vulnerable, those that may be harmed by the political process. Presumably that doesn't include unborn children. ...
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  67. Three-Tour Iraq Vet: ‘Our Troops Need To Come Home Now’

    — At tonight’s CNN Democratic debate, the candidates heard a strong warning against U.S. military action against Iran from Christopher Jackson, a Marine who served three tours of duty in Iraq: I feel that if we continue on the path we’re at, that’s where...
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  68. Kucinich

    — Didn't he used to be like pro-life or something?...
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  69. Biden on Roe

    — He won't name anyone to the Supreme Court who held the views he himself did when he came to the Senate. Ditto for Kucinich, based on his past remarks,...
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  70. Obama v. Hillary...

    — ...on Social Security: Obama probably wins that exchange. Hillary didn't have a really good answer for his 6% figure (although you knew what she meant), and didn't crisply explain what she meant in the reference to Obama's 'Meet' appearance, when he said he'd gather his team and consider all options...
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  71. Gender Card Definitely Being Played: CNN Democratic Debate

    — Look, she’s on CNN tonight in the debates. What do you call it when a person talks about how strongly they’ve made things work legislatively, despite obstacles that men have put in their way? Wouldn’t that be the Gender card? What do you call it, when a person complain...
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  72. Obama's Tax Hike

    — He's right that his tax hike would directly hit only 6 percent of the population in any one year, but it would hit more than a fifth of people over the course of their lives....
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  73. Heartache: Rare "Disease" Causes Woman to Have 200 Orgasms a Day....We feel her "pain"

    — An unnamed Jawa source is perusing the headlines from around the world to bring you the important news. Meet Sarah Carmen. Sarah "suffers" from ...
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  74. Small Fantasy

    — Every time Bill Richardson rises to his feet, raising his hand to speak, I dream of vikings storming the stage and carrying him off never to be heard from again.  Just thought I'd share. ...
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  75. 2055: A Space Odyssey

    — She's wrong....
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  76. Thank Goodness for Warren Buffet

    — Without him, where would tax raising Democrats be? ...
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  77. Thank Goodness!

    — Someone has FINALLY asked the Democrats what they would do to protect Social Security. Now, if only someone could ask them what they think of President Bush and the Iraq war. ...
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  78. Priorities Carefully Arranged

    — Democrat blogger John Cole is appalled that I have opened a debate on the morality of waterboarding admitted mass murderers for less than three minutes if it were 100% certain to save thousands of lives. To express his disgust, he so...
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  79. "Mexico: Give Jobs To Your People"

    — That's what Richardson would tell the Mexican government. That should go over well....
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  80. Why Am I Having This Debate?

    — I am reading across the Internet that I am a torture apologist. That is inaccurate. Reading comprehension is not a prerequisite for the Internet. I doubt that anyone making that assertion can point to a statement of mine that supports the use of torture in real life. I am open to deb...
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  81. Aldrete-Davila arrested in El Paso for 2005 Drug Offenses

    — [Guest post by DRJ] Osvaldo Aldrete-Davila, the drug smuggler shot by Border Patrol Agent Ignacio Ramos outside Fabens, Texas, in February 2005, was arrested this morning at an El Paso border checkpoint for drug...
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  82. CBS Again Uniquely Notes Plummet in Attacks on U.S. Forces in Iraq

    — On Thursday, for the second time this week, only the CBS Evening News -- of the three broadcast network evening newscasts -- gave a few seconds to new stats from the Department of Defense with good news on Iraq, this time a 50...
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  83. It’s Not a Legal Question

    — In my hypotheticals about waterboarding, I have repeatedly said that my questions are philosophical and moral in nature, and not legal. Despite my repeated statements, many bloggers and commenters think I am opining on a legal question. There is no reading comprehension exam required to blog or...
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  84. Go Biden!

    — 'Nothing in the Patriot Act' allows profiling....
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  85. Correct Me If I'm Wrong

    — But I could swear there was something like, well, absolutely nothing in the Patriot Act that has to do with profiling at the airport. Oh, and just to anticipate a discussion later in the night. It doesn't allow storing waste at Yucca Mountain either. Update: Whoa! Good for Joe Biden. He just said ...
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  86. The Profiling Question

    — I'm pretty sure that the Patriot Act has nothing to do with profiling at airports, contrary to the impression the journos and candidates (but not the questioner) are giving here....
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  87. Live! From Slightly Less Fabulous Las Vegas - Part VI

    — Slightly less fabulous, of course, because I am a less fabulous liveblogger than Trapper John.Next mother of a son in Iraq. Worries about disparities in wages between military and private contractors and also whether Bill Richardson is having a happy birthday.Her birthday wishes thr...
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  88. Pulling Out Private Contractors

    — Last I checked there ratio of private contractors to soldiers in Iraq is one for one. If you pull out private contractors, the troops don't eat, since food service is provided by contractors....
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  89. So Iranians...

    — ...are killing Americans in Iraq, and what gets Obama excercised is that we would use American troops within Iraq to try to keep them from doing it. Perverse......
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  90. Would Edwards Call It a Terrorist Group

    — if Bush and Clinton would agree to stop calling it one?...
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  91. Here's a Hypothetical Wolf Should Ask

    — If Iran agreed to abandon nuclear weapons only if they could store their nuclear energy waste at Yucca mountain, would you say that's ok?...
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  92. Hillary on Iran

    — One of the few Democrats who will complain about Iran killing and wounding Americans....
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  93. "Winning Card"

    — Judging by the crowd reaction to Hillary's gender answer, the best way for her to appeal to women is just to remind them that she's winning. That she's beating 'the boys' is something they'll fill in themselves, to their delight....
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  94. Democratic Debate Open Thread -- Round II

    — The people get to ask questions now. Let's see how this goes....That first question on Iran was great. Both the mother and the son were very powerful.Did Joe Biden just say the I-word? Yes, he did.Now, Hillary has to defend her vote for the Iran resolution. Th...
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  95. RE: More of a Braggart.

    — Jonah, totally with you regarding Richardson. The weird thing is that, among Democrats, I used to like him. He seemed capable and he had serious libertarian streak as a Governor. I wonder if he looks in the mirror and says, 'You know, I used to be kind of cool once.'...
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  96. Live! From Fabulous Las Vegas: Part V (But not like Rocky V, which sucked)

    — When we come back from break, here's where we'll talk.No more Wolfie questions -- citizen questioning in the second half 30%.  Wolfie may be worst moderator yet.  Worse than Timmeh, even.  Seriously.Q from soldier's mom - how to lead to prevent Iran war, to...
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  97. Just a Reminder...

    — ...head on over to The Campaign Spot for more debate coverage....
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  98. Re: More of a Braggart

    — Rich - It's a fair question of who's the bigger braggart. But it seems indisputable to me that Biden is less of a bore. I look forward to Biden getting a question, more or less. I watch Richardson and all I can think is how much I would enjoy watching him spill searing hot soup on himself. ...
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  99. Video: Obama does, then sort of doesn’t, then does support driver’s licenses for illegals

    — What’s more surprising, the Messiah fumbling the very topic that waylaid the Glacier at the last debate or ending up the butt of a huge laugh line from CNN’s most mild-mannered anchor? […] ...
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  100. Edwards Gets Booed

    — Has he taken the attacks too far?...
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If you find a free fake doctors note on the internet, find the willpower inside yourself to not use it. It might seem like a lot of fun to skip work or school with a fake document excuse, but it's definitely not worth the effort. Spare yourself the stress and just go the honest route. The consequences of being dishonest always outweigh the positives.

If you want a day off from work because you simply feel a little fatigued and can't face 8 hours in the office, a fraud note is not the solution. The last thing you want is for your boss to get curious and to call the phone number printed on your fake note, after all. If the contact details on the fake doctors note indicate an out of service phone number, you'll be viewed as a liar. If the contact details print the phone number of a legitimate medical clinic, the staff working there (including the actual Dr) will have no idea what you boss is talking about. Either way, your boss will know you're up to something. Your job could be on the line, too. Not many things seem more uncomfortable than going to work for a boss who can prove that you're a liar. Have respect for yourself and refrain using forged doc notes you find on the internet (or anywhere else).

Ofcourse Fraud notes can be problematic because they force you to put on a show for others, too. If you use a fake slip from a dr that says you have pneumonia, you'll have a difficult time faking the illness. If you fail to fake the illness, you'll have no choice but to stay hidden inside all day. That can be a real pain. The whole point of a day off from work is to feel free. If you're forced to stay indoors or to put on a show faking illness when you're out, you're hardly free. 
Many websites provide people with free templates and forms they can use as scam slip from physicians. Although printing out and using these notes seems simple enough, the actions come with a lot of potential downfalls.