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  • The Socialist’s Journal: Patrick, Fluke, and Brown

    Mar 6, 12 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment

    *In 1966 the Godfather of Soul recorded a song called “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” that accurately summed up the predominate thought in the world  regarding gender relations: men accomplish all things of value and women are accessories. Ironically enough James Brown gained a number one song with this message at the same time […]

  • Minorities Use Facebook and Twitter More than Others

    Jun 1, 11 by Brittney M. Walker 2 Comments

    *According to International Business Times, a Georgetown study on the use and effects of social media found that more minorities spend more time on social media sites. Compared to Caucasian users, Hispanic and African-American users of social media are significantly more likely to learn about and become involved in social issues. When asked if they […]

  • Clerk Makes Lottery Error Nets Customer $1 Million

    Jan 13, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *This has got to be the happiest day anyone in lottery history has had.  Winning the lottery is enough, but to win by mistake is amazing. The woman didn’t even hit the lottery, she had one of those tickets that was a runner-up.  She had enough numbers to make her eligible for the $250,000 prize.  […]

  • The (04-02-10) EURweb Free-4-All Page/Board

    Apr 2, 10 by EurPublisher 126 Comments

    Just like the headline says, this page/board is where you can discuss the stuff that we didn’t cover in today’s issue. (It’s sort of like feedback with a twist) Remember, NO name calling, racial taunting, graphic sex talk and vulgarity in general, PLEASE. ————– EUR MOTIVATIONAL NOTE Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ Tip: Two […]

  • Video: President Obama Does College Hoops Commentary Saturday

    Jan 30, 10 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *Saturday, President Obama, attending a basketball game at the Verizon Center between Georgetown and Duke, as a fan, found himself doing several minutes commentary in a nationally televised game. Shortly after the second half began, the president was seated between CBS announcers Verne Lundquist and Clark Kellogg. After the prez described a spin move and […]