Ball point pen on yesterdays newsprint (which was delivered today)

Here in the North East we has another huge snow storm. Actually, it was two storms which joined forces and dropped snow for over thirty hours. Both the Times and the Ledger's delivery took a snow day while I spent another day shoveling heavy snow. Today both Friday and Saturday papers were delivered. I'm a fan of the seasons, but it seems like I've shoveled a lifetime of snow this winter and I'm longing for baseball and the boys of summer. Oh yeah, this is John Podesta, U.S. contracts, higher wages, Center for American Progress, yada, yada, yada. ...

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Ball point pen on todays newsprint

“I am deeply sorry for any accident that any Toyota drivers have experienced,” said Toyota President Akio Toyoda. When you consider the thousands of complaints and 39 deaths attributed to faulty Toyota accelerators, Akio, the grandson of Toyota's founder, hardly fell on his sword before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. ...

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Speaking about the six hour televised forum on health care reform, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell doubts the President and Congressional Democrats are acting in good faith. "We will be at the meeting on Thursday and anxious to participate in the discussion, but it appears the administration has already made up their mind." ...

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Ball point pen on the morning newsprint

Yes, for all those under forty, there was once a championship team that played at Madison Square Garden. Last night they celebrated the 40th anniversary of the first Knick championship. That great team led by Hall of Famers, Willis Reed, Walt "Clyde" Frazier and "Dollar" Bill Bradley went on to win one more in 73. And although Ewing, Starks, Oakley, Jackson, Johnson, Mason, Houston and Spewell provided some excitement along the way it's been a long drought at the Garden for Knick fans. ...

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I am a lover of good food and a fan of the Food Network. It's owners, Scripps Networks will debut an all new Cooking Channel this May 31st. The company has announced six new series starring Rachel Ray, Emeril Lagasse, Chuch Hughes, Laura Calder, Roger Mooking and the owner/chef of Mesa Grill, Bobby Flay. ...

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Roger Ebert has battled cancer since 2003. At 67, he's be no means giving up, but has ruled out further surgeries. Perhaps the greatest compliment I could give any journalist is that they help inform my life decisions. It's true whether they are writing a review or covering a campaign. It seems odd to say I'm a fan of a critic, but I am a fan of making good use of my time and for years I've trusted Roger Ebert to steer me towards worthy entertainment choices. Even now, though he's no longer able to talk, or eat or drink, he continues to write and inform my decisions. Bravo! Read ...

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