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Senin, 31 Mei 2010

MILEY CYRUS IS SEDUCTIVE LOOKING


Miley Cyrus is seductive looking young actress. She is said to be the new queen of magazine cover. Miley Cyrus is in the cover page of Billboard Magazine. This seductive picture that Miley Cyrus is in is the best for all guys out there. It like Miley Cyrus saying she is ready to take it. Miley Cyrus is talented and sexy looking young lady. Miley Cyrus should not change her attitude. Miley Cyrus should always put her both feet on the ground.

LINDSAY LOHAN IS CHANGING

Lindsay Loahn is changing for good. Lindsay Lohan realized that there are plenty of Hollywood celebrities that are bad influence to her and she decided to avoid them for good. Lindsay Lohan is in Venice with close friends, friends that truly care for her. It is in so many newspapers about how Lindsay Lohan was bullied by fellow Hollywood celebrities, like Paris Hilton and Avril lavigne. Lindsay Lohan is said to be changing for good. When she returns, we will see a new Lindsay Lohan.

CAMERON DIAZ IS IN VOGUE MAGAZINE


Cameron Diaz is Vogue Magazine for the UK market. Cameron Diaz is very beautiful in the picture to be in the cover page of the magazine. Cameron Diaz has been through so many battles in her life. Cameron Diaz is soon getting married. Hope that she gets pregnant immediately. Her current boyfriend is really a playboy and Cameron Diaz know that all. Cameron Diaz is just perfect for the magazine cover of Vogue. Cameron Diaz is ageless in this picture. Cameron Diaz looks like late 20's in this picture.

Minggu, 30 Mei 2010

No Urgency + No Leadership = No Results



I'm in charge here. This is unacceptable. We will not tolerate this any longer.
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Whether it's Andy McPhail or Peter Angelos, one of them had better say exactly that, RIGHT NOW.
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Here's what happened, Orioles fans have decided not to be passively watching crappy baseball. They've taken charge. They've decided what the Orioles are doing is unacceptable and clearly show they won't tolerate it any longer. They're clicking off their TV's and they're not showing up for games. State the attendance any old way you like, it stinks, but what we don't get is the body count of how many fans are in the seats. MASN is very careful not to let their cameras hit the stands too often.
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Reality -- Dave Trembley is a rotten manager. Let's cut out the polite stuff, stop feeling sorry for the guy and if we still hope to see anything worth watching in Orioles baseball, scream for his dismissal. If he truly had something to offer as a manager, he's spent.
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NOTHING IN BIRDLAND HAS ANY SENSE OF URGENCY. Adam Jones, Matt Wieters, and Brian Matusz were all young players who were supposed to have tremendous potential. They have great tools. These kids should be advancing their careers. All three are deteriorating before our eyes. Meanwhile, Norm Riemold rots in Norfolk. Maybe he still needs some rehab from his injuries. Maybe lack of supervision and proper attention loused him up.
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Remember the hype that a Riemold, Jones, Markakis outfield would be the envy of baseball?
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In post game interviews Trembley does not look like a happy fellow, but he looks more like a guy just hating life stuck in a dead end job than a guy with some fire in his gut who hates losing.
Where's the passion for winning? Could the Orioles get Ray Lewis to come to Orioles Park lead a practice and slap a few players around who don't have some fire in their eyes? No doubt Mr. Lewis has better people to consult like the Baltimore City Police. Looking at the Orioles, sure they look like they've been inspired by purple passion -- as in Barnie the Dinosaur.
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This is the rebuilt team we've waited so long to see. They could be messing up and losing and we'd not be so upset if we saw some real passion. We're so sick and damned tired of the, "Oh well, it's a long season." atttitude every time they lose.
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Who's in charge? Right now, Miss Betty the ticket taker could probably ignite more passion in this team than their manager. That the Orioles clubhouse is so calm and composed is almost equally disgusting. They accept losing. They have grown used to losing. That's what they do around there, put on an Orioles uniform once an outfit of pride, go out on the field and suck.
The biggest question on Baltimore sports fans' minds is already when Ravens Training Camp opens. If folks think things look empty now, just wait. Even the Red Sox and Yankees fans don't pack the joint any longer because there is no joy in watching such an uncompetitive slaughter.
Good bye, Mr. Trembley. Have a nice life, but if you're going to wear black and orange, the San Francisco Giants aren't far enough away. Terry Crowley, we will miss you. One heck of a mess they put you in.
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Coming up, Yankees, Red Sox, Yankees -- God help us.

The Orioles: How Bad Is It?


The Orioles just lost a three games series to the Toronto Blue Jays. That's five losses in a row. They've gone 3-12 in their last 15 games. Toss out their horrible 2-16 start, their won/loss percentage is the same as their miserable 98 loss pace for last year.

The great young talent that was paraded as the Orioles bright future looks dazed and confused. Leadership has broken down. This is a team still in a downward spiral on the major league level. How much longer can Dave Trembley's inability to pump up the motivation and accept "come what may" be tolerated?

Check the scores of the last three days, they are getting beaten soundly. Where's the fire? Where's the fight?
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By the way, their next nine games, three against the Yankees in New York, then six home games, three against Boston, three against the Yankees. Right now, one out of nine would seem hopeful.
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LINDSAY LOHAN IS OUT OF FASHION


Many people are looking at Lindsay Lohan right now. it is because for the past days, she is acting strange. Many believed that she is sick or even high on drugs. But It is the way Lindsay Lohan wants to be. Lindsay Lohan is out of fashion. Many believed that this is part of the finding herself thing after the lost offers to her and the bullying of some Hollywood icons like Paris Hilton and Avril Lavigne. Just looking at Lindsay Lohan, it seems shes in the dumbest moment of her poor career.

ITS REIGNING MILEY CYRUS


Miley Cyrus reigns the magazine world as she posses for Billboard Magazine as the cover girl. Miley Cyrus is getting lots of attention lately because of her video Can't be tamed. Many of her fans feared that Miley Cyrus might end up like Britney Spears. Miley Cyrus is getting sexier in her videos and the way she dresses lately. The teen pop princess might be no more after Miley Cyrus video. The official launch of the Miley Cyrus video will be on June 22.

Sabtu, 29 Mei 2010

Raising Arizona -- Raising the Truth


"It's no fun being an illegal alien."
-Genesis, 1983
What more can be said of the left’s attempt to stir up chaos over Arizona’s difficult attempt to get a handle on the difficulties caused by a constant stream of illegal immigrants crossing into the United States across the southern Arizona border?

When figures like Attorney General, Eric Holder and Homeland Security Apologist, Janet Napolitano hit the talk show circuit condemning the law as racist subjecting legal residents to unlawful detention without ever having read the law itself, they reveal their true agenda and lack of moral principle. The law obviously doesn’t matter. Cynically attempting to create a racial and cultural divide between mainstream citizens and ones of recent Hispanic heritage has crass political motives attempting to create a true victim class of Hispanics who would hopefully form a steadfast political identity that would vote solidly democrat as they manipulated African Americans through arbitrary and false accusations of racism and demonizing those who have strayed from the orthodoxy of their agenda.

One has to think how would those who have done the right thing, followed the law, and entered the country legally? Who is appealing to them and applauding them for their efforts to follow the law. Sadly, they’re being pumped full of fear that they could be subject to detention making legitimate law enforcement look like some kind of racist goon squad.

How quick folks are being pushed to jump to conclusions regarding Arizona’s plight. To get a good fix on its reality, one should talk to anyone who lives in or spends much time in the state. One Arizona resided confided that the boundary has effectively been pushed 150 miles north because the level of activity of illegal aliens flooding in and overwhelming the resources of that part of the state have gotten so out of control. Many peoples’ private property has been destroyed and vandalized because of the massive incursion across their land.

Seeing the population uniting behind the Arizona people and their law, the Obama administration has reluctantly committed some National Guard troops with very little empowerment to play a major roll in securing the border. Some help is better than nothing, but nothing short of a total commitment to secure the border completely is satisfactory.

Businesses that recruit and employ illegal aliens must be prosecuted severely. A clear procedure on how to enter the United States legally where the terms and conditions are clearly defined and enforced must be enacted and become the law of the land.

An equitable system must be established to deal with the illegal aliens currently residing in the United States. It is impossible and absurd to think about returning all of them to their country of origin. How can they be assimilated without rewarding them for breaking the law? Benchmarks need to be determined where if citizenship were the ultimate goal, specific criteria must be met including fluency in English and a clear record of living crime free. Those who cannot meet these criteria can be issued guest worker permits. Criminals and others who are not contributing to the United States of America who have entered illegally must be returned to their home countries.

All these measures must be done in an honest, open manner. Politics which exploit racial and ethnic division will not be tolerated. Those who cooperate and show their sincere desire to become part of our culture fulfilling their obligations should be treated with tremendous respect and welcomed to the United States as part of the great population of different cultures and influences whose rich blend make us the greatest country on earth.

The only thing difficult about this is getting politicians to function in the professional, non-opportunistic way most of us have elected them to do. The voters must uphold their end of the deal throwing out those politicians who act against the harmonious entry and assimilation of immigrant pollution by rule of law and continue to use this sensitive issue to divide us.

Memorial Day: Orioles 2010, an Unprecedented Failure


Just how bad are the 2010 Orioles?

Apologists will say if you were to drop their 2-16 start, they’re not that bad. Oh really?

Do the math. Since their miserable start, they are 13-19, a .406 record. That’s just a little better than their miserable play last year. .406 would project to a 66-96 finish, two games better than last year. Right now, only the Cleveland Indians (.370), the Seattle Mariners (.404), and Houston Astros (.333) are playing worse. The Pittsburgh Pirates who aren’t even trying to win are 20-29 (.408).

Even ignoring the horrible 2-16 start, the Orioles are still among the bottom feeders. However, the wicked start counts. The official record is 15-35 (.300). The sorry Houston Astros project to finish 54-108. If their current level of play continues, the mighty Orioles are heading for serious misery, 49-113.

Watching this team is not enjoyable baseball. A young team that is still learning the trade can be most entertaining even if they don’t bring home the wins if they play with reckless enthusiasm, kids that go out there and play hard and their screw ups are essentially errors of enthusiasm. There might be some isolated instances of that in the Orioles play, but most of the trouble we’ve seen so far falls into two areas: bored, indifferent play or tentative, overly cautious, scared silly play. That’s hard to watch. When someone like Garrett Atkins makes a right turn to the dugout rather than running out a ground ball out or we see some of the “I give up” base path exploits of Julio Lugo, what are fans left to think?

On offense, most of the starters are batting .250 or better, but only three players have more than 20 RBI: Ty Wigginton, 32; Miguel Tejada, 22; and Luke Scott, 20. For homeruns, Wigginton has 13 homers; Scott has 9. Nobody else has more than 4. Only Nick Markakis is in double digits with doubles, 13. Three players are tied with 8. For stolen bases, two players have five steals but one of them has been caught stealing four times. Beyond that, one player has three steals. Remember Brian Roberts, only played four games? He has two steals. How about this? Five players have hit double digits for extra base hits, only two as high as 17, and one with 21.

Look at some other stats, seven players have grounded into double plays more than five times; two at 6, and two at 7.

Turn this around to the pitching staff, Kevin Millwood has a respectable 3.89 ERA but has a 0-5 record. Jeremy Guthrie has a 3.64 ERA, but only a 3-4 mark to show for it. The other starters have ERA’s approaching six runs a game. How sad it is to have seen Brian Matusz come up to the majors with so much promise, but at the rate things are going now, he’ll be spending July in Norfolk. The starters also have to deal with the bullpen has blown 10 save opportunities. With a 15-35 record, had those saves been converted, that looks like a .500 record, doesn’t it?

So much enthusiasm and high hopes surrounded some of the young talent ready to break through with the Orioles, but it seems like collectively they’ve all become overwhelmed, over matched, or just plain scared of life in the bigs. Norm Reimold is now retooling in Norfolk. Ironically, he had 10 RBI’s better than most of the current regulars. Adam Jones, last year’s all star, has done a little better recently, shows only five homers, 15 RBI’s, and has seldom been a factor in helping toward a win. Matt Wieters looked strong early in the season but only has four homers, 16 RBI’s, and .255 average.

Taking a closer look at Brian Matusz, who was expected to be a top quality starter, what has caused his fall off into horror? Three games he has no decisions because there was no support on offense or the bullpen crashed on him. His May 4th loss to the Yankees, he only gave up one earned run in six innings. Where did the two unearned runs come from? On May 15th, Matusz pitched seven scoreless innings, but did not get a decision for that game. Since then, Brian Matusz looks like a candidate for a little trip down the bay to Norfolk, seven earned runs to Texas and six to Oakland. Is Brian Matusz a casualty to the toxic clubhouse environment on this rudderless ship?

How much hope does the team have invested in Matt Wieters? There’s no question the kid has abundant talent and loads of potential, but he appears to be losing his way. He has only one extra base hit, a double, since May 8th, his last home run, May 1. He’s lost 20 points off of his batting average since May 13th, add to that only 3 RBI’s since May 5th. What will it take to get this talented young man back on the upswing toward the all-star potential he clearly has?

Dave Trembley remains as manager. Fans can say all they want about what a class act he is and how it’s not all his fault. Fine, but the team is not playing for him. Either the team is not responding to him or he’s not “managing” his personnel when some of the same kinds of mistakes and lack of effort continue nightly. While it certainly is difficult to appear before the microphones after another loss, one does not get the impression that Mr. Trembley has any kind of command when attempting to account for yet another loss. During the game, his pitching strategy seems lacking too. Way too often, have starters been left in too long. The general principle is: don’t let the starter remain in after a tying run reaches base. Bullpen choices seem to be mandated far more by textbook and not a sensible head-in-the-game approach. Granted, the bullpen has been plagued by injuries, but a little more thought in how to who needs to go where as if there is no depth chart.

The prognosis for improvement is slight. While it was good to see Chris Tillman pitch well this afternoon, it goes down as a loss to the bullpen. Jake Arrieta will surely see action in Baltimore, but wouldn’t it be a bitter irony if it was to replace a burned out and dispirited Brian Matusz? Arrieta is 5-2 in 10 starts with a brilliant 1.82 ERA.

There could well be a steady stream of pitchers floating up and down the Chesapeake Bay as things develop in Baltimore. Their most recent move was sending Cla Meredith to Norfolk making way for Tillman.

Looking at the medical report, Brian Roberts has resumed baseball activities reporting to Sarasota for rehab. Perhaps he will be back in Baltimore by the end of June and stabilize the top of the lineup and shore up the middle of the infield. Felix Pei is on the 70 day roster, no report on him. The bullpen has Jim Johnson, Alfredo Simon, Koji Uehara on the 15 day disabled list, but how many of them could be ready in about two weeks is hard to say. Michael Gonzalez hired to be the 2010 closer who failed miserably not making it past the team’s first weekend remains on the 60 day list. When and if he returns remains a mystery.

Clearly, the Orioles can draw all the pictures of rainbows and flowers they like, reality is they are well deserving of their current status as the worst team in baseball. Yes, the sad truth is, the Baltimore Orioles are the worst team in baseball. Only three teams have scored fewer than the Orioles at 174. Five teams have given up more runs.

There is no room for optimism given how poorly the Orioles are playing across the board and players expected to show growth have plateaued or fallen off the plateau altogether. They refuse into inject new leadership into the clubhouse perhaps fearful that a frustrated fan base could either resort to rebellion or disappear completely if there would be little improvement with a change at skipper. Young players do have their down spells, but their difficulties are looking less and less like errors of enthusiasm but errors of poor preparation. How much of that lies on the players and how much is it a matter of the coaching staff not preparing them is hard to determine, but given the total lack of motivation shown by many veteran players, that might make the choice more obvious.

It’s beyond talking about who will be the long term options at first and third base while the rest of the starting pitching prospects come of age. The problems with the Baltimore Orioles right now run far deeper. They do not look like a team ready to compete in the foreseeable future. It would not be wise to compare this year’s Orioles to the 2003 Detroit Tigers who lost 119 games in 2003 but turned it around to dominate the playoffs and make it into the 2006 World Series. While Andy McPhail’s master plan of stockpiling pitching makes sense, moves like signing Michael Gonzalez and Garrett Atkins, clear failures, make his long range vision seem less credible with such miserable short term but necessary solutions.

Baseball is becoming increasingly irrelevant in Baltimore where fans anger and frustration after a decade plus of losing has turned to total indifference. There just isn’t anything entertaining to watch when the team looks so lackadaisical and ill-prepared.

At very least, fans need a burnt offering for their tortured support. If we’re still writing about the need to replace Dave Trembley by July 4th, it might mark something good happened in June, because it would show we’re still paying attention which gets harder and harder with each passing series down the drains.

Think About It...



Calling illegal aliens "undocumented workers" makes as much sense as calling drug dealers "unlicensed pharmacists."
(overheard on Sean Hannity's TV program. Thanks Sean!!!)

VANESSA HUDGENS IS CAUGHT VIOLATING THE LAW


Here is Vanessa Hudgens, the star of the High School Musical that she and Zac Efron are the stars. Vannesa Hudgens was caught in the camera, parked her car in the handicapped place. Vanessa Should think right and obey the lay. Here, Vanessa Hudgens Many knows and idolized Vanessa Hudgens. But after the incident, Vanessa Hudgens is a nig loser that time.

LINDSAY LOHAN AND LINDA LOVELANCE IS ONE AND THE SAME


Lindsay Lohan has a new movie. It is titlled inferno and Lindsay Lohan portrays the role as Linda Lovelance. In the movie, Lindsay Lohan is a prostitute and the role is just perfect for her. After this, Lindsay Lohan will be on the sideline because she has no more movies coming. Linday Lohan needs to calm the intrue down before she goes out again in the public. Lindsay Lohan is very controversial because of her escapades that is doing her bad.

RIHANNA MAKES ANOTHER VIDEO

Rihanna is one of the best females in this generation right now. She has somany sold out hits and hit concerts. Rihanna is not yet done, she has naother viseo called Te Amo. The te amo video that Rihanna is the star, showcase the best of Rihanna. Rihanna is not just for r&b. But she can do more daring roles in a music video. Many producers are amazed about Rihanna. It seems that Rihanna is very versatile in her genre.

Jumat, 28 Mei 2010

Government Waste in Higher Education: Morgan State Cited


When Pork Is Passed Around, Pigs Will Be Pigs

This is a difficult column to post particularly originating from the upper Chesapeake region. Morgan State University has a long proud history as one of the nation’s top schools serving the African American student, how sad it is that the GAO reports Morgan State along with three other minority-related schools are charged with the misuse of Federal funds allocated by the U.S. Department of Education.

Of $105,000 spent by Morgan State, $80,000 was spent on a leadership program that consisted largely of resort and amusement park visits. $6,000 was spent on office furniture and $4,578 on an aircraft GPS system though the school does not own an aircraft.

These findings are presented by The Chronicle of Higher Education citing a GAO report, “Low-Income and Minority Serving Institutions: Sustained Attention Needed to Improve Education’s Oversight of Grant Programs.”

The report goes on to criticize the Dept. of Education for not following up on several recommendations over the past six years designed to better track federal grants awarded to these special need schools.

Among other findings, Wiley College in Texas was cited for spending $2127 on late feels; Riverside Community College in California spent $4,800 on t-shirts; additionally, the University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico spent $27, 530 for contract services and subscriptions that would not be utilized until after the grant expired.

The GAO report indicated Morgan State misused almost one fourth of the $427,180 in Federal Grants received in 2006 during a time the Department did not even have an Assistant Secretary for Post Secondary in charge of that office within the Education Department.

Morgan officials suggest that the leadership expenditures were akin to an “outward bound” type of program including white-water rafting and rock climbing designed to develop leadership and decision-making skills.

We recognize in terms overall wasted money in the Federal government, we’re talking bout chump change here. Most of this points to previous administrations, but huge problems are built one piece at a time. Surely, in an area of need as significant as helping students of limited means get a leg up, we must scream foul when expenditures aren’t reaching the educational purpose for which they were intended. When pigs supply the pork, this is what happens.

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Katie Holmes National Movie Awards 2010 Red Carpet Arrivals Tom Cruise at the Royal Festival Hall dated May 26, 2010 in London, England.

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Dita Von Teese Cointreaupolitan Cocktail Madrid wearing a busty dress and Louboutin heels MADRID, SPAIN MAY 27, 2010 Cointreau photocall at the Me Hotel.

Sprint Cup 2010: Race 13 -- The Coca Cola 600, NASCAR's BIG One




Ryan Newman takes the poll and former teammate, Kurt Busch holds the outside pole for the Coca Cola 600, NASCAR’s grueling 600 mile marathon race from daylight to darkness.

The top twenty qualifiers show some interesting results including the Joe Gibbs field taking three consecutive positions. Kasey Kahne’s start in 4th position is an encouraging sign for Ford which has been beset with a miserable qualifying draught this season which perhaps has also contributed into lackluster race results.

1, Ryan Newman, Chevrolet
2. Kurt Busch, Dodge
3. Martin Truex Jr., Toyota
4. Kasey Kahne, Ford
5. Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet
6. David Reutimann, Toyota
7. Denny Hamlin, Toyota
8. Joey Logano, Toyota
9. Kyle Busch, Toyota
10. Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet
11. Mark Martin, Chevrolet
12. Jeff Burton, Chevrolet
13. Casey Mears, Toyota
14. Sam Hornish Jr., Dodge
15. Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet
16. Matt Kenseth, Ford
17. Dave Blaney, Toyota
18. A.J. Allmendinger, Ford
19. Joe Nemechek, Toyota
20. Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet

Note the absence of Fords. Four Fords had to make the field based on owner’s points, from 39th to 42nd below the “start and park” drivers who qualified above them: Elliot Sadler, Greg Biffle, Travis Kvapil, and Kevin Conway. Carl Edwards, Paul Menard, and David Ragan all qualified below 30th. Even more ironic, only one potential “start and park” team qualified lower than 30th, J.J. Yeley in the Whitney Motorsports Dodge. Somehow, for the massive long-term effort the Coca-Cola 600 represents, the whole “start and park” concept seems even that much more obscene. This is a fan, not a journalist speaking, there seems to be a certain kind of cruel but necessary justice when these field flockers wreck before they can quietly exit the action. They are truly an embarrassment to NASCAR and the spirit of competition. Why don’t they seek sponsorship from the Pittsburgh Pirates and Detroit Lions?

It’s hard to read the qualifying tea leaves to get an indication of who might survive the long race ahead other than it perhaps confirms some of the traditionally strong Charlotte drivers are on their mark and whose hot right now. Surely, there can be no surprise Joe Gibbs racing has all three cars in the top ten. Aside from some “hissy fits” between drivers Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin, this team is poised for great things if they maintain their momentum through the summer. Jimmie Johnson surely is starting off in good shape to add some momentum for what has been a rather stagnant drive for his 5th consecutive title given his finishing positions recently. It’s little wonder Kasey Kahne would be the top Ford driver. He has always been a strong Charlotte driver. While not as good of a spot, Matt Kenseth in 16th as the only other Ford effort worth any notice has also been a strong Charlotte driver. David Reutimann in 6th is in a good starting spot to repeat his victory of last season while his teammate, Martin Truex Jr. who had figured out something about Charlotte having finished 2nd in the All Star race and making the cut from the shootout field to get into the race in the first place, starts 3rd.

Weather for Sunday night’s race calls for mostly clear starting in the mid 80’s as the green flag drops with temperatures falling into the upper 60’s as the race progresses into darkness. With the Dover race moved before the Charlotte action this year, The Coca Cola 600 will be the last race of the season on Fox, no more boogity-boogity from ol’ DW until the Daytona 500. Fans can look forward to six races on TNT then ESPN, with only a select few night races on ABC, carrying the schedule down the home stretch. Having seen some classic NASCAR races from ESPN in the 1990’s on cable recently, how much we wish NASCAR coverage would eschew the gimmicks and kick up the substance of their coverage. The technology gimmicks are more distraction than purposeful in today’s coverage. Does it sound corny to say Fox has run Digger into the ground? How we get TNT’s “Racin’ Buddy” speaking of bad stereotypes. ESPN’s coverage is bombastic and overwhelming. Thankfully, Chris Berman doesn’t do NASCAR.

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Lindsay Lohan Fred Segal Santa Monica shopping at Arcona Fred Segal shopping food in Santa Monica, CA dated May 27, 2010.

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Kim Kardashian Dan Tana's Restaurant Reality star Kim Kardashian in West Hollywood dated May 27, 2010.

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