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Leaders predict a world without poverty

Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

Leaders predict a world without poverty

The growth of developing nations is no longer just an ethical and security concern of the richest and most powerful nations of the world. It is now a major force in an increasingly global economy.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

If you’re going to be dumb, you’ve got to be tough

In case anyone wasn’t sure, Jackass Number Two proves that farting, nudity, pain, and surprises are funny. Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, and the rest of the crew return to the big screen with their usual formula of bombastic displays of toughness, horrific displays of injury, and gratuitous displays of human flesh.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

Early human has a lot to say

In the ever-growing dispute over evolution, a new clue was dug up last week in the form of a 3.3 million-year-old little girl. The girl was named “Selam” by scientists, which means “peace” in Ethiopia’s Amharic language.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

Thailand coup goes largely unnoticed

With reports of at least 18 coup de’tats since World War II, Thailand has put another notch on its belt this week after a bloodless military coup ousted the country’s Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra on Tuesday, Sept.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

Week In Review

Local Principales monitoring Kennedy Plaza International Peacekeepers extend mission in Sudan National Atlantis mission completed Technology Homes have more T.V.’s than persons Sports Saints win one for New Orleans

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

Firestorm over quotation difficult to extinguish

In an attempt to reach out to Muslim leaders, Pope Benedict XVI met this week with 22 ambassadors from Islamic countries, emphasizing his respect for Islam. The meeting was the latest effort on the part of the Vatican to diffuse the controversy surrounding the pope’s Sept.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

What hell sounds like

It’s either hit or miss when you’re as ambitious as The Mars Volta. Even though the group has the dynamic and prolific tandem of guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala; Jon Theodore, who is arguably the best drummer in modern rock; and stellar musicians manning the other battle stations, their latest album, Amputechture, fails to turn their ambitions into a cohesive whole.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

All Jedi go to Heaven

As one of the most popular college hip-hop bands, Jedi Mind Tricks (JMT) has held down its spot in hip-hop for the last eight years. Armed with Horrorcore lyricist Vinnie Paz and groundbreaking producer Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind, JMT has redefined the Philadelphia sound, while connecting with some of underground hip-hop’s most respected acts.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

Mandarin mania

Huo Yuanji (Jet Li), is the detestable main character of Fearless. He is an arrogant, goofy, irresponsible, and hardly likeable drunk, too consumed by his pride and self-serving ambitions to take care of business or his family. He is so caught up in the cycle of winning fights, getting drunk, winning fights, getting drunk, that he is nearly morally bankrupt and hardly a character one can get behind.

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Uncategorized | Sep.29, 2006

Taste of the Town

Big Fish is a restaurant in the middle of an identity crisis. A Tiki hut that may or may not serve as a summer bar marks the outside.

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