Tuesday, April 29, 2008
For those who haven't seen it, Brad Ross, one of the heroes of the case, is up for the Lowe's Senior Class Men's Lacrosse Award. You can vote here; people can vote once daily.
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KC -- this link takes you directly to the voting page....
Also worth noting... everyone can vote once daily ....
Hopefully this is a link directly to the voting page:
I wish I knew how to provide a copy of "Overlooking Brad Ross" to all the coaches, media and sponsors who will determine the ultimate winner.
Wasn't the Army candidate declared winner a few days ago?
And if you have two browsers, you can vote TWICE a day!! (I also vote twice a day at my home.)
For the Blue Devils lacrosse team not to win their 1st NCAA championship in May, a lesser team will have to accomplish a major upset. Duke is the team to beat since they will be favored to win it all. Afterall, these guys were in the finals two of the last three years, 2005 and 2007. Guess what happened in 2006?
"The second-annual lacrosse winner of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award will be announced during the 2008 NCAA Lacrosse Championships in Foxboro, Massachusetts."
2008 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship Weekend
Gillette Stadium , Foxborough, MA
Sat, May 24, 2008 - Mon, May 26, 2008
Well done guys, go ACC. Nice to have this blog
back on topic, was sounding like the View.
Um, if you delete your cookies from the site, you can vote again.
Just, um, ya know, pointing out some technical properties of the voting web site. ;-)
The Liestoppers Forum has been hacked. Please be aware and wary until further notice. Thanks.
Ah, the old Mayor Daly adage "Vote early and vote often".
I see from the Liestoppers front page that someone has attempted to destroy their blog.
A hacker has been found on the premises.
For those attempting to access LieStoppers Forum, the site has been hacked and is not accessible. Go to the main LieStoppers board, which is still operating, for more information.
The cookies thing didn't work for me but I probably did it wrong. Tried twice on two different computers but it was worth a try.
This is terminally off topic but.. I just watched Michelle Obama give a speech in Indiana. Wow. Game Set Match. Ball over the fence.
Cosmic optimism is an authentic American trait and both the Obamas really get that down into their bones. I mean, our fore-parents would never have gone onto the leaky boats to try to get here in the first place if they were not a little unbalanced toward optimism.
The pity is, I doubt if the average Democratic Party operative understands this or why Obama is getting so many white votes.
Sorry for the off-topic post.
Is "Social Text" a peer reviewed Journal, or not?
Duke Blue Devils are seeded 1st in the upcoming NCAA Lacrosse Tournament, however they have an unlikely round one pairing versus a strong Loyola(Baltimore)team, which should have received a higher seed.
Colin Finnerty plays for Loyola. He will return to Duke and Durham with his team for the big game this weekend.
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