Good buy cheap wow gold morning. It’s Friday at last and it appears that we have finally fallen into a fall weather pattern. Time for boots, scarves, pumpkins and hot chocolate. It’s also election season and we’ve got analysis and headlines from Thursday’s Maryland gubernatorial debate.
A blustery day. Most of the rain may have departed (sorry Boston) but the winds have blown in (har har). The Capital Weather Gang says we still might get a few sprinkles, but, for the most part, today will be windy with temperatures in the mid to upper 60’s. The winds should stay with us through the weekend, though are likely to calm come Sunday. Perfect pumpkin patch weather.
Levy Trial preview. Levy disappeared while jogging in Rock Creek Park in 2001. Her case drew national attention, in part because she had been having an affair with then Rep. Gary A. Condit (D Calif.), who represented the district that includes her home town of Modesto. We’ll have full coverage of the trial, including a story in this weekend’s paper about the Levy family and their long journey to find justice for their daughter.
Developments in the Levy case. law enforcement officers, posing as a Latino woman, wrote to Guandique while he was in prison in California, hoping to extract information about Levy’s killing. The judge refused to dismiss the charges.
Got quarters? If you’re looking to indulge your inner gamer, you’re in luck this weekend. More than 3,000 gamers and spectators are expected to attend Major League Gaming’s pro versus amateur video game competition at Gaylord Convention Center. Among the games featured: Halo 3, StarCraft 2, Super Smash Brothers Brawl, Tekken 6 and World of Warcraft. (I Spy Things DC)
Ehrlich vs. O’Malley. The 4th of July is a distant memory for many of us, but yesterday at The Post, there were plenty of fireworks. Verbal fireworks that is. Republican Robert Ehrlich, the former governor, was in attack mode from the very beginning of the hour long session. Ehrlich charged that Democrat Martin O’Malley, the current governor, supported an organization that offered services to illegal immigrants and that O’Malley’s policies have made it difficult to do business in the state. For his part, O’Malley highlighted his record, said he had worked hard to steer the state through difficult economic times and pointed to innovative partnerships. What should you believe? We fact check some of the sound bites from Thursday’s debate.
No cheaper SmarTrip card. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but if you were hoping for a break on the cost of your SmarTrip card, it looks like it’s time to give that up. A Metro board panel has backed away from a plan to cut the cost of a SmarTrip card from $5 to $2.50 because of concerns it would allow passengers to manipulate the system and could result in Metro losing millions in revenue. schools. schools chancellor. for almost all of the past 17 years. She studied a Georgetown University, lived on Capitol Hill and has owned a home in Northeast Washington since 2001. Voice, a group advocating for improvements in the school system.
Yum. For you dining pleasure, Tom Sietsema’s 2010 Fall Dining Guide is out. A little steak perhaps? Some grilled musubi? Or maybe a tortilla Espanola at Estadio? It’s all here.
Seriously? A new survey says in the country and among the least prone to road rage. Seriously. (WTOP)
Have good manners. Speaking of driving, officials in Alexandria have launched an effort to encourage taxi cab drivers to be more, ahem, polite. The Alexandria City Council will hold a public hearing on Saturday on the measure, which would require taxi drivers to be polite to any “city official or member of the public.”
Well, the study “methodology” was to ask whether the survey participants saw motorists talking on mobile phones, or eating and drinking behind the wheel. As a measure of establishing courtesy, that is crap. It might be a measure of whether DC drivers are distracted or attentive, but it is no indication of courtesy.
A better study would have asked drivers to report the number of times they were tailgated, cut off, given the finger or whatever, bumped by another car, and so on. As a measure of establishing courtesy, that is crap. It might be a measure of whether DC drivers are distracted or attentive, but it is no indication of courtesy.
A better study would have asked drivers to report the number of times they were tailgated, cut off, given the finger or whatever, bumped by another car, and so on.
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