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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Talk among yourselves.

Posted By on Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 4:10 PM

Not much here. However:

* OCCUPY LR: Several of them marched in the Christmas parade. Ho ho ho.

* ARKANSAS STATE FOOTBALL: I'm a long declared advocate of the state's two Division I football schools playing each other — Red Wolves playing the Hogs, in other words. But really, you gotta wonder. ASU is going to a bowl, having a great year and is closing the season at home — before maybe 11,000 live fans (not turnstile count). That isn't a D-I showing.

* HERMAN CAIN: I said weeks ago he was a clown. The clown act continues, with a suspension of the campaign that allows him to continue to take money. What, to buy bulk copies of his book to pass out to the dwindling crowd of admirers?

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