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A horrible reality show on CBS that the network has yet to catch on has low ratings that no one wants to watch. Twelve shameless "houseguests" of mostly twenty-somethings are spied upon 24-7 in the “Big Brother house” on the CBS lot and seen scheming against those contestants they dislike. It's basically a popularity contest. A competition is held every week to determine the Head of Household who will nominate two candidates for eviction. Each week the cast votes to oust the next person from the Big Brother House. On the last episode, the cast votes for the $500,000 winner.

Seeing these pathetic, hopeless people on Big Brother who are desperate for 10-minutes of fame or shame makes me realize my life isn’t so bad after all. The funniest thing is not the contestants, but that CBS thinks this is actually entertaining and that Americans have no life but to sit down and watch this garbage.
I hate Big Brother. Get it off the air.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com April 29, 2008
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"More jobs to be lost to Mexico."
"More people moving to the Sun Belt."
"The Big Three lose out to Toyota and the Japanese."
"The UAW announces yet again another strike at Saginaw's steering plant."
"Budget cuts force Detroit City Schools to announce another round of layoffs for teachers."
"Governor Granholm disappointed in the failed Cool Cities initiative."

Coming up at eleven.

Is michigan good for anything?
by krock1dk@yahoo.com July 6, 2007
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"UAW local 31 considers striking as GM announces more layoffs in Michigan. The story at eleven." Thats all you here in the headlines about this pathetic, Rust Belt state. Forget about finding a job here. Go elsewhere. Even Ohio is better--not much, but better nonetheless.
Michigan is the single-worst state to live and is the epitome of the Rust Belt.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com December 3, 2007
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The site of Fort Nashborough on the Cumberland River in north-central Tennessee. The Tennessee state capital and county seat to Davidson County, the 2nd largest in the state with about 570,000 residents. Known as "Music City, USA" it was the former capital to the recording of Country and Western Music, Bluegrass and Southern Gospel Music before the industry went to greener pastures in Branson, Missouri. It is still home to the Grand Ole Opery. It has more churches than almost any other city and is the headquarters to the Southern Baptist Convention, the world's largest Protestant denomination. Its largest industry is actually services and healthcare. Nashville is the home to former President Andrew Jackson, former Vice President Al Gore and actress Reese Witherspoon.
Nashville is the 2nd largest city in Tennessee.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com July 7, 2007
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The state capital of Tennesse and its 2nd largest city. Music City, USA. Country Music Capital of the World. Home to the Grand 'Ole Opry. Nashville is probably best known as the center of the production of music, especially crappy Country/Western music. Nashville is currently constructing what will be the tallest building in the South and the tallest in the U.S. outside New York and Chicago. Nashville, the city with America's tallest building outside New York and Chicago? Yes. Whoda' thunk it?
Nashville is a happinin town, although comparitively small when compared to New York, L.A. or Chicago.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com October 1, 2007
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The time of year from June to August when you have a lot of weddings, college kids go home to their summer job and the kids go to summer camp. And for the dumber kids, they have to go to summer school.
Summer vacation was the best time of the year for me when I was a kid.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com March 19, 2009
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The Good Book. The number-one selling book of all time. The living, breathing, inspired Word of God. God's message to us on how we can find the only way to him---through Jesus his Son, so we can obtain salvation. Composed of the New and Old Testaments and 66 smaller “books,” the Bible was written over thousands of years from Moses (who wrote Genesis) around 3000 BC to John the Revelator (who wrote Revelation) at the end of the first century. The general theme of the entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, is that human beings are stuck in the middle of a spiritual war between God and Satan for the souls of mankind. Luckily, the Cross of Jesus Christ, the central figure of the Bible, allows human beings to choose which side they will swear allegience to. The Old Testament looks FORWARD to a coming Messiah and the Cross for our redmeption, while the New Testament looks BACK at the Cross. The Bible opens with the creation of the Universe and “the fall” of mankind and finishes with the Great White Throne Judgement, when all evil (including Satan and his followers) will be thrown into the Lake of Fire, putting an end to evil once and for all. The Bible is used for reporoof, for correction, for teaching and instructing in the way that human beings need to live. The Bible calls itself a “sword,” proving that it is very divsive among people. Yes, the truth will be divisive but effective to save the lost. People have tried to disprove it for centuries but it will never happen. Its message will NEVER be destroyed as it claims, proving to be the true Word of God Almighty.
The Bible is the guide for human beings to live by so that we may have hope.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com December 12, 2007
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