LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Asparagus For My Mother
I visited my mom's grave for the first time.
For the first time in four years and for the first time, ever.
On Saturday, it just felt right to sit with her for a while.
Finding myself without flowe... Posted on 5/14/12 at 8:29 PM
STAFF BLOG JAMESTOWN SPORTS Friday notes
OK, for those of us who weren't watching golf at 6 a.m., let me get this straight: Tiger Woods missed the cut at the British Open. And Tom Watson is leading at the halfway mark? Seriously?
From the No... Posted on 7/17/09 at 10:53 AM
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — In the 137 years since the British Open first came to St. Andrews, the Old Course rarely has been such a pushover. Rarer still was the score Rory McIlroy delivered.
Whether it was the luck of the draw or his tantalizing talent really didn’t matter.
In conditions so calm that not a hair on his considerable mop was out of place, McIlroy set off on an incredible run into the record book Thursday with a 9-under 63 that gave him a two-shot lead.
Loren Roberts of the United States won his second Senior British Open title on Sunday, beating Mark McNulty on the third hole of a sudden death playoff.
Fred Funk also took part in the playoff at Sunningdale, but the American was eliminated on the first extra hole when he could only make par as Roberts and McNulty birdied.
SUNNINGDALE, England (AP) — Fred Funk shot a 5-under 65 for a three-shot lead at the Senior British Open on Friday.
He is a tournament-record 11 under through two rounds and leads Tom Watson by seven shots.
When 007 hits 65, should he be deep-sixed?
No, say British intelligence chiefs, who want their older officers to keep working, even if it means Her Majesty’s secret service has spies who hobble in from the cold.
By David Stringer, The Associated Press
, March 06, 2009
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, like legions of politicians before him, has broken a campaign promise not to raise taxes and will do so on the citizens of the United Kingdom in April 2011, that is, if the governing Labour Party is re-elected. Those earning between $40,000 and $100,000 pounds ($61,335 to $154,000USD) will pay an average of $156 pounds ($240USD) more in tax per year. According to The London Times, Brown also proposes to raise taxes on the already burdened “wealthy.” “Those earning “$150,000 pounds ($230,000USD) will pay an extra $3,000 in tax. Someone earning $200,000 ($307,000USD) will pay an extra $5,000.”
, November 28, 2008
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