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posted by January 12 at 9:05 AMon
Real Delay: Chertoff extends timeline to institute Real ID programs, but after May 11 of this year residents of lagging states – such as Washington – won’t be allowed to use state identification to board airplanes.
Top Giuliani Aides: They’re volunteers this month.
Grain of Salt for Me, Please: McCain and Clinton lead national poll; 34 percent of GOP and 49 percent of Dems, respectively.
376 Days to Reverse Impending Recession: Pelosi and Reid tell Bush, “We want to work with you.”
What a Fucking Mess: Golden Globes reduced to reading a press release and airing an episode of Dateline.
Taiwan Voters: Likin’ China.
Japan Politicians: Bush believers overriding UN loyalists.
But He’ll Still Take the Allowance: Musharraf says U.S actions against Al Qaeda in Pakistan will be treated as an invasion.
Waiting for the Sun: Under morning light investigators unearth suspected remnants of murdered Marine.
Happy Birthday, Rush: Pill-popping hypocrite is 57.
“Holy Sand”: Man dressed as priest arrested after police examine his package.
Dear Johns: Seattle prostitution sting nets 32.
Dear God: 14-year-old boy shot and killed in South Seattle.
Crocodile Beers: Group files to take over club’s liquor license.
In the Poker: Nickels’ cohort sentenced to 60 days for role in gambling scheme.
The Not-So-Honorable Patricia Clark: Chief Juvenile Judge ranked worst justice in King County.
Good Sports: High-school swim team members impale 15 piglets on car antennas.
Water Foul: Gulls migrate to Green Bay for scuttle at 1:30 p.m.
Wiki entry of the day: Cheese.
In the U.S., the consumption of cheese is quickly increasing and has nearly tripled between 1970 and 2003. The consumption per person has reached, in 2003, 14.1 kg (31 pounds). Fior di latte (commonly known as mozzarella) is America’s favorite cheese and accounts for nearly a third of its consumption, mainly due to it being one of the main ingredients of pizza.