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Tuesday, 14 February 2006
Thinking about others
Topic: Fixwhatsbroken News

Joey Cheek won gold in the 500-meter speedskating event in Turin, but he may be remembered for something else. In his victory speech, he turned his attention to the plight of children, men and women in Darfur, Africa and other places on the African continent. The 26-year-old olympian must have been thinking about these things. They may have consumed him. He wants to dedicate his winning money to relieve the situation in Africa. One of his sponsors has already offered to match his donations. That is good news for the suffering people of Africa.


Posted by Fashionista Shopping Analyst at 10:23 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, 18 February 2006 12:50 PM EST
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Topic: Fixwhatsbroken News
Kildow's left ski slid out as she came off a dip. Her problem began on a series of bumps. Her right knee buckled as she fell. She went airborne for about 15 feet and landed hard on her back. Everyone is saying that she is as tough as nail. She will recover and may participate in these games. Austrian Hermann Maier had his own crash in the downhill at Nagano. Those are memorable events. Spills come with the games. They are part of the drama that mother Nature stages. Lindsey Kildow will be in command again.

Posted by Fashionista Shopping Analyst at 10:23 PM EST
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Thursday, 9 February 2006
French Satirist Magazine Charlie Hebdo Publishes All the Mohammed Cartoons
Topic: Fixwhatsbroken News

President Jacques Chirac is not happy with the publication. So he voiced his protest against the publication by the French Satirist magazine Charlie Hebdo. Chirac does not want to upset the large Muslim population living in France. But thanks to the freedom of press, Charlie Hebdo went ahead and published the protest-causing cartoons any way.

France does not want a repeat of the recent incidents in its capital and towns. It is a great balance. It is time to fix the problem.


Posted by Fashionista Shopping Analyst at 11:15 AM EST
Updated: Thursday, 9 February 2006 11:17 AM EST
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