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Topic - Erin
A Memphis mother is outraged that her 10-year-old daughter wasn't allowed to pick God as an idol for a school assignment.
I thought about the subject of this column one night right before I fell asleep.
The calls are coming in. Calls from all of my refinance clients who patiently and politely have given Erin, my assistant, all the excessive paperwork needed to close their refinances. Of course, I get the calls:
When E.J. Henderson's left femur essentially snapped in half in a game against Arizona in December, the gruesome nature of the injury shook the Minnesota Vikings and reduced some of the toughest guys around to tears after the game.
Real life beat Hollywood to the finish line at the 73rd Annual All-American Soap Box Derby on Saturday.