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Snark Factor Tonight!

Listen live to the Snark Factor every Wednesday night at 1opm EST on FTR Radio where I will be joining Fingers Malloy, Irish Duke to bring news bites at the top of the hour followed by sparkling chats with invited guests. If you are a fan of my blog, you’ll know that I have an eclectic taste in news of the day.

On tap for Wednesday night:

Oddyssey Half Marathon recap and why there is no record of my official running stats for this race.

Polish PM Donald Tusk demands an apology from Obama’s latest gaffe.

Are your blog posts ‘pin-able‘? Pinterest is quickly rising the charts as one of the largest social media content drivers.

Free find!  PicMonkey – a free photo editing tool that is surprisingly powerful with several creative features that allow photographers to quickly and creatively edit photos.

Sununu VS Soledad – it is almost too painful to watch.

20,000 people applied for 877 openings at a Hyundai Plant.  That is just the tip of the iceberg, the article lists several other job opening were masses applied. What is interesting to note is of the four listed, three of them are foreign based companies – Toyota, Volkswagen, and Hyundai. The lone American corporation on this list is Ford.

 

 

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One response to “Snark Factor Tonight!

  1. Trevor Hilton
    says:

    I sometimes think Obummer is purposly offending our allies. Maybe he should tick-off Liz Warren by blaming the Trail of Tears on the Cherokees.

    PicMonkey. I might give that a try. Gimp is okay, but I can’t seem to layer pictures. However, some of that problem could lie someplace between the keyboard and the floor.

    So-Bad O’Brien just can’t debate without Wikipedia, can she? Lemme see, talking points vs. logic……

    But, according to Chris Matthews, et.al., Obummers economy is doing just so gosh darn good!
    It’s a shame, though, that foreign companies are creating more jobs here than American companies.

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