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This is just in: Singh finishes in third place at Bay Hill
Vijay Singh fired a final round of 1-under-par 69 to finish in a tie for third place at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Singh played great from tee to green this week, but even though he was putting the ball well nothing was really going in for him. Read Dallas Morning News for more.



I'm Busy
Just no time to blog, haven't even looked at the weblog in a while. It is a crying shame. Insanely busy. It has been quiet on this weblog lately. My apologies, if any of you are really obsessed with me



Interesting read
Asian Stocks, US Futures, Dollar Decline After Fed Cuts Rate. Read the article



From the The Associated Press wire
The Associated Press says: Ship's Pilot Charged in SF Bay Oil Spill. John Cota, the pilot of a ship that struck a bridge support in the San Francisco Bay in November and dumped 58000 gallons of oil, was criminally charged with negligence for polluting the bay.



More on AP
Check this out. Hungary bans sale of paprika. George Soros to start $24 million ad campaign to protest.



More on www.electoral-vote.com
Ooh yeah, This is interesting.



McCain Visits Iraq
Times Online: The romance is over, France tells a chastened Nicolas SarkozyHow do you feel about this?



Good stuff at Yahoo
Fascinating piece from Yahoo.



Interesting stuff at Yahoo
A good item over at Yahoo.



Breaking news
Ashley Alexandra Dupre: His fall is her rise



From the World wire
I just read this The Associated Press page.