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Too much of interest
March 29, 2013 - Marguerite Lanthier
It’s nearly the end of the month and it’s already time for me to write another blog. (That’s because I was late on the first one this month.) There’s so many interesting things going on, choosing what to write about is difficult. Maybe the Jodi Arias trial. It’s been going on since Jan. 2 and according to Headline News is the biggest thing happening in the world right now. It must be true because they have almost non stop coverage of it. It was even more important than the announcement of a new pope because they didn’t stop their coverage of the trial to announce it right away. There’s the 15-pound baby that was born in England. Wow. That must of been hell for the mom. The U.S. men’s soccer team is playing World Cup qualifying games right now and they came away with a tie in the game against Mexico. Leaving Mexico with even one point (for a tie) is considered a win. They also won last week in Denver during a snowstorm. Poor Costa Rica. Some of those guys have probably never seen snow. I had to agree with the announcer who asked — and I’ll paraphrase — who’s bright idea was it to play a game in March in Denver? There’s some interesting news about space recently. It’s been reported that NASA's Voyager 1 probe is near the edge of the solar system, but scientists can’t predict when it will leave our space. A tiny explosion Supernova has been discovered. A scientist in Italy reported that that Saturn’s moons and colorful rings are from the birth of our universe. Other interesting topics: Jon Hamm.
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