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Topic - Sam
The Metropolitan Police Department's newest member has a nose for detective work — just watch out for his drool.
Even with the best of intentions, sometimes offering advice to help a friend can backfire. Badly.
The prepared text of Saturday's speech by Rep. Paul, the Wisconsin congressman named by Mitt Romney as his vice presidential running mate:
The following remarks were delivered by Rep. Paul Ryan, chairman of the House Budget committee in Norfolk, Va.
The story of a Wes Anderson movie is drawn from real life, or something like it, but at no time does anything resembling reality actually intrude.
The contradiction inherent to all Wes Anderson films _ the juxtaposition of the meticulous artificiality of the settings and the passionately wistful emotions that are longing to burst free _ is at its most effective in a while in "Moonrise Kingdom."
Donald "Duck" Dunn, the bassist who helped create the gritty Memphis soul sound at Stax Records in the 1960s as part of the legendary group Booker T. and the MGs and contributed to such classics as "In the Midnight Hour," "Hold On I'm Coming" and "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay," died Sunday at 70.
Elin Nordegren said she never had an inkling.
"He said, 'I'll get you another one, honey; we'll go tomorrow,'" she said. "Like I was 6 years old."