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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Michael Duff tagged blizzard

[Blast from the past, originally written in 2001. Language is a bit saltier than my current stuff.] JAFFO: Don’t give me that “Hero” bullshit. Why are you charging me money, anyway? You’re an Angel for god’s sake. Shouldn’t you do this kind of thing for free? Would Jesus charge for ressurrections? Did he send Lazarus a bill? “Arise and walk, my son. That’ll be sixty pieces of silver, and I’ll take that ass in the driveway.”

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One video is now in the hands of prosecutors. It shows two sanitation trucks driving down 155th Street in the Whitestone section of Queens after the blizzard without removing the snow. Their plows were apparently raised and the snow was left untouched in their wake, apparent proof that some in the Sanitation Department engineered a work slowdown.

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The snitches "didn't want to be identified because they were afraid of retaliation," Halloran said. "They were told [by supervisors] to take off routes [and] not do the plowing of some of the major arteries in a timely manner. They were told to make the mayor pay for the layoffs, the reductions in rank for the supervisors, shrinking the rolls of the rank-and-file."

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Gotta see the pic to get this: "Keanu Reeves, he goes where he is needed."

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We waited 12 years for Starcraft II, but it feels like they put 12 years of effort into it. Ebert’s quote came back to me because Starcraft II feels like a work of art like a painting or a sculpture. It feels “crafted” — like every detail has been tweaked and shaped and agonized over until some insane perfectionist finally let it out the door.

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God help me, I might buy this for the 2gig dogtag preloaded with Starcraft I. And the soundtrack.

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"SC2 is so similar to SC that the skill from the last game just transitions right over. Beware new players when you get in, most games (per my experience) end in 5-8 minutes from the rush strats seen in the original SC."

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