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{Peanut Gallery}The Patience Fairy

The patience fairy departs from my house promptly at 8:15pm. Should you be under the age of 18 and require or desire her services, I highly recommend you be positioned to make your request and be in bed prior to that time.

Thank you,
The manager

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Medically speaking

A true exchange occurring January 2014:

“When are you due?”
“End of March.”
“Boy or girl?”
“Girl.”
“You look like you’re carrying a boy.”
“Oh, well, it’s a girl.” 85 more words

Fiat delivers birth of new Baby Jeep

Summary of Article

The article that struck me for this insight was the BusinessWeek’s piece on Fiat’s new “Baby Jeep.” Having driven my cousin’s new Jeep over spring break I was able to witness Jeep’s new “Fiatness” first hand. 833 more words

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Are corporations people?

By Deena Zaru

The oral arguments regarding Hobby Lobby vs. Sebelius commence in the Supreme Court on Tuesday. In this case the contraception coverage mandate in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will be debated, specifically as it applies to for-profit corporations. 823 more words

State Of The Union

Field Trip: Corinne Halbert at Peanut Gallery

Classic cartoons are hyper-violent.  Anvils fall from the sky and flatten coyotes.  Shotguns go off and rearrange a duck’s face.  Sledgehammers swing willy-nilly.  They’re sexy, too; beautiful women cause jaws to drop to the floor.   750 more words

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Washington "Scandal"-ized

By Deena Zaru

Reality is what you choose to show and not necessarily what is; public image is invaluable and what you say can and will be used against you not only in the court of law, but in the court of public opinion; and sometimes silence is more dangerous than anything you might say. 1,120 more words

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“The Last Samurai, Panasonic continues”

Summary of Article

This article is about Japanese tech giant Panasonic’s decision to revamp and refocus its efforts after reports of a 1.5 trillion yen loss in the last two years ending in spring of 2013. 787 more words

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