TRACY MORGAN’S FIRST POST-WRECK PICS SURFACE | SOHH.COM
This is one of the most ridiculous rules in all of sports, and possibility humanity. At any rate, why would you not give home-field advantage to the team with the better record of the two in the All-Star game? To think of the fact that home-field advantage can ultimately be decided by a goof up by a division rival is ridiculous. Just in case anyone is thinking I hate the rule due to the 2011 World Series, well youre only partly right.
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Home improvement hits an historical ‘roadblock’ – The Hutchinson News: Local/State News
We don’t anticipate much of a change in his condition today but will provide a further update once more information becomes available.” (Statement) Details of Morgan’s horrific accident surfaced online June 7 . The 45-year-old former Saturday Night Live star was traveling in a limo bus that overturned around 1 a.m. Saturday morning of Exit 7A of the Turnpike in Cranbury, N.J., state police tell NBC10.com. That’s just north of Trenton. State police say a preliminary investigation has found that a tractor trailer came up upon slow moving traffic and caused the crash.
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Ask Angie: What renovations add value to a home? | Home | Kentucky.com
Tip: Limit spending to 20 percent of your home’s value. Bathroom: 80 percent. Tip: Current trends favor larger showers over tubs. Deck: 80 percent. Tip: Before building, study what other homes in your area have done.
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Commission Member Lloyd Armstrong said the Biggers case is very similar to another case involving a house across the street and three doors down. In that case last year, Craig Minner of 621 E. Avenue A appealed the Landmarks Commissions adverse decision on his plan to install press board siding on his house. The Landmarks Commissions authority is limited to reviewing whether a project damages or destroys the historic character of a structure.
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