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Keeping up with the Joneses #13

Bianca grew up quickly, and Alexis tried her best to raise her well. Bianca was (quite literally) a whiz kid, and was always looking to learn new things. 66 more words

The Sims

New Arrival: Joey Votto, 1b, Cincinnati Reds

These cards are like ~$300 a pack, and one card per pack. I decided to get one single off ebay…and got this for a third of what a pack goes for. 9 more words

Topps

Bush, Clinton, Trudeau, and democracy

Greenwald makes an obvious point that, for some reason, not enough people have been making:

Having someone who is the brother of one former president and the son of another run against the wife of still another former president would be sweetly illustrative of all sorts of degraded and illusory aspects of American life, from meritocracy to class mobility.

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Politique

Sanson: The 11 Icons of the Yankee Dynasty, Part I

By TED SANSON
Pinstriped Freak Since 1989

With New York’s Giants and Jets being a bigger embarassment than a pregnant, naked Kardashian and Derek Jeter’s magnificent playing career in the rearview, what better time to reflect on one of the most legendary dynasties in the history of American sport? 2,014 more words

Sports Columns

unPHILtered The Way I See It By Phil Robertson With: Mark Schlabach

The beloved patriarch of A&E’s® Duck Dynasty® series, Phil Robertson, shares his thoughtful—and opinionated—philosophy on life.

In Phil Robertson’s #1 New York Times bestseller, Happy, Happy, Happy, we learned about Phil’s colorful past and the wild road to becoming the beloved patriarch of A&E’s smash hit show, Duck Dynasty. 167 more words

Books

25 Largest Empires In History

Conquering nations and relentlessly expanding their territories has always been a favorite past time of those in power. Whether it was the Romans, Greeks, or Ottomans, it seems that amassing resources, nations, and the pursuit of a powerful legacy played a huge role in the rise and fall of their empires. 1,700 more words

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