Saturday, April 30, 2005

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Jennifer Wilbanks also known as
Another case of a "spoiled kid" abusing the legal system. We might just need a whole wing at our jails for this kind of foolishness. But of course, authorities won't prosecute. What a shame!

Men Who Claimed to Find Treasure Arrested

GOP Rep. Chris Cox to Vladimir Putin: Were You
from Rep. Christopher Cox (R.-Calif.)
The demise of the U.S.S.R. wasn't a bad thing...


L.A. on Edge After Freeway Shootings...

Dow Average Has Worst Monthly Drop Since January 2003; IBM, 3M, Exxon Fall The Dow Jones Industrial Average had its worst monthly performance in more than two years as reports showed economic growth tapered off, inflation accelerated and consumer confidence dropped.
4 tough questions for Warren Buffett
Make money from oil? Try Exxon Mobil

The politics of pregnant girls
by Kathleen Parker (4/30)
Imagine someone you may not know or like taking your daughter without your knowledge to another state to have her appendix removed. Or to have a hysterectomy. Or even to have her wisdom teeth removed.

Conservatives Must Defend DeLay
by David Keene, Human Events


Allen Iverson
Allen Iverson scored 37 points with 15 assists, and the Philadelphia 76ers used a solid second half to beat the Detroit Pistons, 115-104, in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series.

Maddux bests Clemens for win No. 306 Greg Maddux
Greg Maddux Chicago Cubs beat Roger Clemens and the Houston Astros, 3-2,

April 30, 2005
Master plan falling apart as Phils lose
Marlins 6, Phillies 4 - Phillies manager Charlie Manuel hoped to play .500 baseball in April, then take off in May.

Is Polanco headed to the Cubs?
PHILIES NOTES - Placido Polanco started games for the Phillies at second base, third base and left field in the last week.

Around the Majors By Eric Gold, MLB Editor(Click to Continue)


RUIZ VS. TONEY, Saturday night
Boxing in New York

Raven's Pick: James Toney by Decision

by Carl Baker

1.) Look for freddy michell to be GONE !!! - Coach Reid came out Friday at a press conference and said that, 'he didn't want Freddie at this minicamp'!!! He said that he told "Fredex" not to report to camp because he (Reid) wants to try a couple of things !!!! To me that means if one of the receivers he drafted can handle the slot position, Freddys' dead !!!!

2.) Reid said that he really hasn't thought about T.O. and Corey and the rest not being at the minicamp. He said the players that are here WANT to be here; as for the ones who are not....we move on without them !!!! It's 50-50 right now if T.O. returns to the Birds!!!! If they get the right trade amount, they'll jettison the troublemaker !!

3.) The way it appears, the Eagles really are counting on their 11 draft picks to contribute right away or in the next two years in development !!!

April 30, 2005
McNabb clears the air
EAGLES MINICAMP - Donovan McNabb fired back on several fronts on the first day of the post-draft minicamp.

Trotter: T.O. may not change mind
EAGLES MINICAMP NOTES - At some point before the start of the regular season wide receiver Terrell Owens will break. He'll accept the fact that his contract will not be renegotiated, settle his differences with quarterback Donovan McNabb, and return to the Eagles.


Former Lawrenceville, Georgia mayor honored By Bryan Brooks Staff Writer
LAWRENCEVILLE , Gladys Harris returned Friday to the 100-year-old building she once worked in as a telephone operator for Southern Bell.

Gwinnett(Georgia) Student Dies During Football Practice Lawrenceville police are investigating the death of a Gwinnett County high school student who collapsed during football practice Monday afternoon.

News in brief from eastern Pennsylvania
A Northampton County Prison inmate on a hunger strike received intravenous fluids to prevent him from starving to death.
The Times Leader | Wednesday Apr 27

Remembrances of Vietnam

Newborn given away in Dallas.

Help sought for animals in Brooks

By The Valdosta Daily Times

The Brooks County Humane Society is asking for volunteers, donations and people to work as directors to help raise awareness of the county’s animal problems.