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The GOP Clown Show Continues It’s Tour Across The US News: Growing weary of the battle for the GOP presidential nomination? Tough luck. Rick Santorum’s relatively strong night on Super Tuesday – as of this story, he won three states and came within a percentage point of a win in the closely-watched contest in Ohio – means that Mitt Romney has missed a huge chance to start wrapping up the GOP presidential nomination and focusing on President Obama. Read more here.
Top Ramen Dinners Don’t Stop After You Leave College News: Student loan debt is pushing an increasing number of young people and their parents toward bankruptcy, according to a survey released Tuesday. More than four-fifths of bankruptcy attorneys say they’ve seen a notable jump in the number of potential clients with student loan debt, with nearly half the lawyers reporting a significant increase in such cases, according to the report by the National Assn. of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. Read more here.
Poor Little Tink Tink News: After 14 years, 11 playoff appearances, 11 Pro Bowls, eight division titles, five first-team all-pro selections, a record four league MVP awards, two Super Bowl trips and one championship, the franchise officially said goodbye Wednesday to the man it drafted with the No. 1 overall pick in 1998. “I sure have loved playing football for the Indianapolis Colts,” said Manning during an often emotional press conference. “I’ve been a Colt for almost all of my adult life. But I guess in life and in sports, we all know that nothing lasts forever.” Read more here.
That’s Right Put In Work, Move Your Ass Go Beserk. Eat That Salad- No Dessert. Get That Man You Deserve News: Exercise doesn’t only change your body’s appearance, it can change your core – right down to your DNA. A new study in the March issue of Cell Metabolism shows that that when people exercise for something as little as a 20 minute workout, it can alter their DNA almost immediately. Read more here.
You Can’t Fix Stupid News: Joe the Plumber has won again. You remember Joe. The Ohio man hurtled toward fame with that fateful 2008 encounter when, bald head shining and T-shirt slightly rumpled, he questioned Obama on small business taxes. Like Mitt Romney, “Joe” — Samuel Wurzelbacher — didn’t set off any landslides Tuesday. Read more here.
Happy Humpday POU family! Check out the links and come back to discuss. Here’s you Whining Wednesday track….