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Monday, March 10, 2008

With Palm Trees Swaying, The State of the World

It may not be the biggest story going today, but I have to mention that your area neighbours out in Kingsville made the top five in the CBC's Hockeyville contest, beating out Huntsville for the Ontario slot.

Voting begins again on March 29, and I'm sure Lady Trail will make me remind you again at that point.

To celebrate International Women's Day the Women's Studies program is holding a series of three 'Feminist Mondays' lectures, starting today at 4 p.m. in room 203 of the Toldo building. Sports journalist Laura Robinson will give a lecture entitled "Still Ain't Satisfied: Why are Women Athletes Still Invisible?" I'll keep you posted on the other two as they happen.

For absolutely no reason: how Super Mario Bros. looks to the title character.

The Globe has an interesting plan for how Clinton can take the Democratic nomination fair and square: retake Michigan and Florida [who lost their delegates for holding primaries before the official start date] and offer Obama the vice-presidency.

Church of England publishes good sex guide for its parishoners.

Car surfing in a shopping cart claims the life of another idiot.

Oh, and there's some major ruckus going down at the UWSA concerning the Electoral Monitoring Committee. I'll let my colleagues in the print business break that one for you, but it's certainly going to add another element of interest to the general election.

It's 78 degrees outside, why am I talking to you?

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