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Saturday, April 26, 2003
Wrong Adam! I believe that we have had professional athletes before.... Christy Matheison played baseball.

Although interesting about Langone. And too bad, cause he is a nice guy.

Friday, April 25, 2003
Hey Cali where did you find that car commerical?

Hey guys, I am out at Bucknell visiting Jenn and picked up the Bucknellian. Langone is accused of securities fraud for improperly sharing customer profits by overcharging customers on intital public offerings during 1999 and 2000. It was in the Wall Street Journal apparently. There was also an artilcle about Molly Creamer going to the WNBA. She is playong for the NY Liberty. She is the first bucknellian to become a professional athlete.

I think it is funny that Langone gets nailed for secruities fraud when he was all about his principles at graduation. At least Bucknell has become famous for it's business majors commiting acts of fraud.

Dude, that site is temporarily disabled. Lame.

Celiberal is one of the most desperately needed sites on the internet. Here at Celiberal, we proudly bash all those Hollywood celebrity liberals (hence, celiberal) that have nothing better to do than complain about America and the brave men and women defending our way of life. We do our best to expose these celiberals for what they really are - money-hungry, two-faced, elitists who take unfair advantage of their popularity to express their controversial viewpoint.

Wednesday, April 23, 2003
Well, I did know that Shannon Dougherty was a Republican. As for the commercial, I cannot get it to work right now over a dial up, but I did read the article and it sounds interesting.

ok guys, I"m bored with looking at my own posts. Hurry up and go watch that video I sent, and someone write something so I don't have to stare at the Shannon Dougherty story all day.

Tuesday, April 22, 2003
Shannon Dougherty just got kind of cool (this is from a newsletter):

Not all Hollywood celebs are jumping on the U.S.-dissing bandwagon.

Shannen Doherty, famous for her roles on "Little House on the Prairie," "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Charmed" let the world know that she loves the occupants of the not-so-little House on Pennsylvania Avenue.

On the NBC show "Last Call with Carson Daley," Doherty uttered those three little words that can cancel invitations to Hollywood parties faster than Nancy Pelosi can say "cheese." She proclaimed, "I'm a Republican."

But that's not all Doherty said. She also admitted that she's "a big supporter of President Bush" and that she has a picture of herself and Ari Fleischer on her fridge. She even mentioned meeting Donald Rumsfeld. Her impression? She told Daley, "I loved him."

It seems that Billy Bob Thornton has also bucked the Tinsel town trend. The actor sent over a truckload of baby wipes to the servicemen and women with a note that read: "God bless you! Come back safe ... We all support you!"

And Arnold Schwarzenegger helped muscle away the blues of some hospitalized soldiers. He showed up at the Bethesda Naval Base in Maryland to meet with those who had been wounded in combat in Iraq.

The Left Coast Report says it's good to know that in the land of lefty dreams there are still some right fielders.

WATCH THIS WATCH THIS WATCH THIS!!!!! Amazing and unbelievable, but apparently all real. Wow.

Monday, April 21, 2003
The Grading Policy post is great... makes good sense. I like his logic.

Good morning, gentlemen. Hopefulyl you all had a good Easter weekend. I gorged myself at a big Easter brunch my uncle throws every year. Champagne, Champagne cocktails, mimosas, shirley temples, and some great red wine, beginning at 11:45am, and more food than I have ever seen in my life. Excellent. Anyway, today is looking to be busy at work, but I thought I'd give you all something to read on your downtime. Later.

Professor Changes his GRADING POLICIES to comply with Affirmative Action.

And the FEMINISTS are at it again, this time trying to give the guy that murdered his wife and unborn child some leniency.