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Tag: Ann Arbor
By Corinthian Scales, Section Multimedia
"We were trying to do something thoughtful to honor President Coleman for her service to the university and athletic department and unfortunately the sound system backfired on us," athletic director Dave Brandon said in a written statement.
Backfired? That's been happening allot around there, ya jackasses.
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And a "twenty pound carp."
All wonderful considerations made yesterday by voters all over the state of Michigan. Yes, the winner of attention, but sadly not the winner at the ballot box in Ann Arbor's 4th ward city commission race.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
In typical Progressive Ann Arbor fashion, I just love it when they get what they truly deserve.
Hah. Hah. Hah.
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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Ah, today offers another cry me a river drivel from the other liberal Detroit rag.
As a 9-year-old living near Tijuana, Mexico, Dayanna Rebolledo could stand on her tiptoes and peek over a fence at the United States. Across the fence was a safer country, a place where she could get a better education, a land of opportunity.
Holy crap! Can you imagine being in the adult world for three years, while attending a community college as an illegal alien and making a statement like that? I can't. Dayanna, and all others like her should be really, really p!ssed off at her parents. They are the ones who chose through their own volition to be reckless gatecrashers without regard for their children let alone our American Laws. Without sorrow, it's time to return to your motherland, Dayanna. You've known that you didn't belong just like your parents who broke our Laws bringing you hear.
Luckily, Michigan is about to correct that problem.
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Go Buckeyes and Sparty on...
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It's heating up in Washtenaw County as residents get vocal about the November WISD Millage Proposal. The proposal would raise property taxes by two mills for five years and the funds would be distributed to Washtenaw County public schools on a per-pupil basis. Some reasons to vote NO tomorrow:
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The unbalanced state budget. Cuts to school funds. 15% unemployment. The steady flow of residents leaving the state. A foreclosure rate rivaling only the speculator markets of Nevada, Florida, and the like.
Michigan is an exacerbated example of the woes facing the US economy-the poster child of how bad things can get.
There is one thing we can do that will have real impact on Michigan's economy and Michiganders' lives. Let's talk tax code.
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Cross posted at http://perkypatriot.blogspot.com/
Recently it came to light that the Ann Arbor City Council members were emailing each other during the meetings. While on the surface that may not surprise you, what they were emailing should.
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