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  • A classified US order from 2004 authorized the US military to attack al Qaeda anywhere in the world. The order has allowed the US to secretly attack militants in Syria, Pakistan, and other places. — New York Times
  • President-elect Barack Obama will meet President Bush in the Oval Office today, to begin the transition of power. The two are expected to discuss the economy, the war in Iraq, and national security. Laura Bush will give Michelle Obama a tour of the White House. — CNN
  • Three bombs that exploded moments apart in Baghdad, Iraq yesterday left at least 28 people dead. Two of the explosions were car bombs and the third was a suicide bomber who blew himself up in the crowd trying to rescue people. — BBC News
  • An argument over Sunday's Alabama-LSU overtime football game ended with an Alabama couple shot to death. — Alabama Press-Register
  • A backlash against California's Proposition 8 has erupted. This weekend, same-sex marriage supporters protested the new law outside churches around the state, including a Mormon tabernacle. — San Francisco Chronicle


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Shadowdamage Shadowdamage 8 years
The UK bring it to a whole new level, though yeah some EU countries definitely go there as well.. In the UK, without a trace of irony, you will hear a BBC commenter call it "football hooliganism". But the added thing with the UK is at least in Scotland the Celtic vs Rangers thing has the Catholic/Protestant undercurrent so its even in there are "Celtic" bars and "Rangers" bars and you just do NOT go into the wrong one, if you get my drift. (And want to keep all your brains inside your head.)
UnDave35 UnDave35 8 years
Umm, I'm thinking anywhere in Europe is pretty bad, especially when it comes to soccer.
Shadowdamage Shadowdamage 8 years
"Wow. Booze, guns, and football. Who knew that was a deadly combination?" "How sad that people go that far over SPORTS" ..ever been to the UK? Lemme tell ya....
UnDave35 UnDave35 8 years
I'm betting it will be cordial, but a little chilly.
skb9850 skb9850 8 years
It would be interesting to be eavesdropping on the oval office today.
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 8 years
Just don't eat me Mykie! :scared:
Mykie7 Mykie7 8 years
WOW at Alabama. How sad that people go that far over SPORTS! And bluesarah, you be the fly, I'll be the spider and we'll listen together. LOL
UnDave35 UnDave35 8 years
I agree meringue. Most of the time, the best part of the Superbowl is the commercials. Disclaimer: The last two Superbowls have been AWESOME, but I'm a Colts and Manning fan... :)
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 8 years
To be a fly on the wall in the Oval Office...
meringue meringue 8 years
agreed em, I can hardly watch the get all worked up over it is silly!
em1282 em1282 8 years
Sports-related violence always shocks me. It's a game...get over it and stop being dumbasses.
True-Song True-Song 8 years
Wow. Booze, guns, and football. Who knew that was a deadly combination?
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
GS I agree, i watched the game and I said "uh oh LSU fans arent going to be happy!" and i guess i was right. And i thought Gator fans were the only sore losers?
Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 8 years
Ugh, the Alabama thing is terrible. People are so stupid sometimes.
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