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Hattie Caraway 
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Originally from Tennessee, but currently live in Jonesboro, AR. I am happiest when barnstorming the Land of Opportunity with Huey P. Long, he sure can… More »

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Updated on June 7, 2010 at 7:07 PM

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Re: “Trump issues a warning to North Korea

I liked this John Noonan better.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_pol…

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Posted by Hattie Caraway on 08/08/2017 at 4:41 PM

Re: “Louisiana governor set for Democrats' first Clinton Dinner

Blue Diamond is a horrible name. Unless it is a dinner honoring the California Almond Grower's Association.

Let's think on it... A dinner honoring and in support of Arkansas Democrats naming dinner the "Clinton Dinner" after the only Democratic President from Arkansas. What a scandal we have brewing here!

A total of three people actually care about this pointless kerfuffle including HL.

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Posted by Hattie Caraway on 05/24/2017 at 3:38 PM

Re: “Best news of the day: Currying flavor in the River Market

JB, I know its not the worldly thing to say, but I detest Indian food. Heavy handed curries, not near enough spice and far too rich and almost all of the yogurt dishes are just flat out disgusting.

You need to migrate to the far far far far superior tastes you can find in Thai food. The northern style thai utilizes much of the same curries but with far more subtle use, far more brightness, far more citrus balances, fish sauce and spice.

I would suggest K-bird. It is light years better than Indian.

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Posted by Hattie Caraway on 06/24/2016 at 2:06 PM

Re: “It's official: Holcomb now a Republican

The party of Josh Duggar and Justin Harris aligns with his "VALUES" ... what a clown Holcomb is.

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Posted by Hattie Caraway on 08/20/2015 at 4:38 PM

Re: “Big questions for Arkansas football

Polecat,

Beau missed one comma. After "....Baton Rouge, in 2014."

Posted by Hattie Caraway on 08/11/2015 at 3:45 PM

Re: “Sen. David Johnson to run for district court judge

Trust me Death By Inches. David Johnson will be no friend of Michael Morton if he is elected to the bench.

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Posted by Hattie Caraway on 06/15/2015 at 4:16 PM

Re: “Pearls About Swine: Hog bowl victory prelude to new era

That was a truly awful Texas team but any win (any) over Texas is a truly great thing that should be cherished.

Beautifully written Beau. I would take exception to say: "Charlie Strong's noble charge to craft the Longhorns anew is on a far slower track than the one Bret Bielema is overseeing."

Far slower track? Pretty sure we were 3-9 in BB's first attempt at laying our track. We will see what Charlie does in his second year. I bet they will be great again for years to come... which will only make our victory even sweeter. Diploma inflation. ex post facto. or something like that.

Back to the state of the union of our Razorbacks:

Robb Smith is our MVP. We could be great next year but not until we find a real offense. Our game plan of hoping we shut out a team and run out the clock will not hold for long. We are still a team that will lose if our opponent scores more than 14 points. Missouri was a classic example. And that killer instinct we lacked early in the season? That is what normal people call an inability to score. A&M? We didn't suddenly gain our killer instinct against LSU or Ole Miss... we just held them scoreless. And it's sad (yet joyful at the time) that our best chance to score against Ole Miss late in the game was a 100 yard pick six.

In conclusion, make Robb Smith the highest paid asst. in the SEC (I'd take him over kirby Smart anyway).

And let's go find an offense in the offseason. It is a failure of imagination to only limit our dreams on the offensive side of the ball to be a glorified run out the clock unit.

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Posted by Hattie Caraway on 01/05/2015 at 9:19 AM

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