Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette Blogs
Out today is the comedy, "Baby Mama," and from the looks of things, this one might be one to check out.
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Once upon a time, in a glossy kingdom not so far away, there was a big, crooked nose and one very flabby belly. The kingdom wasn't so kind to that nose and that belly. As a matter of fact, the kingdom was downright cruel - some might even say the kingdom was impossible to please and judge-y and narcissistic and RUDE and full of double standards and ... stop staring at me! ... OK, look, the nose and belly never had a chance, kids. The kingdom banished them immediately. It's a woeful tale, but that's how the cookie crumbled back in the Age Before Plastic Surgery. That's how the cookie still crumbles, actually ... unless, of course, you have a good doctor who can immediately take care of both problems.
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From its Web Log:
15 April 2008
Professors, librarians, knitters, journalists, podcasters, moms, dorks like me
.it really ran the gamut.
Here in Beaufort County, how do bloggers link and learn?
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The pins are for sale in concession stands. The cost is $10, with half that going to the charity selling them. The other half basically covers expenses for the Heritage Classic Foundation.
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Casey Jones of Atlanta posts them by hand. He's working in the press tent today. Another handwritten scoreboard like this is out on the course.