Monthly Archives: January 2009

Super Bowl XLIII Stats and Figures: GOODMagazine

The Super Bowl is an advertising bonanza, a snack food orgy and—oh yeah—a football game. An original GOOD Video gives us few stats and figures about the Big Game on Sunday.

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Super Bowl XLIII Stats and Figures: GOODMagazine

The Super Bowl is an advertising bonanza, a snack food orgy and—oh yeah—a football game. An original GOOD Video gives us few stats and figures about the Big Game on Sunday.

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Filed under Beer, Budwieser, Cardinals, Chips, Football, Good Magazine, NFL, Popcorn, Steelers, Super Bowl XLIII, Tampa Bay

President Obama’s Weekly Address: 1/31/09

In his weekly address, President Barack Obama announced that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is preparing a new strategy for reviving our financial system, and urged the swift passage of an American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan.

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President Obama’s Weekly Address: 1/31/09

In his weekly address, President Barack Obama announced that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is preparing a new strategy for reviving our financial system, and urged the swift passage of an American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan.

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Filed under American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan, Economic Crisis, energy, Healthcare, job loses, President Obama, retirement, Students, Timothy Geithner, US House of Representatives, weekly address

Super Bowl XLIII Preview and Prediction

The following video from ESPN is a short preview of of Super Bowl XLIII, which as just about every knows by now features the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. the Arizona Cardinals.

The video does not provide in depth analysis of the game itself but it does give you an idea of what these 2 teams are all about.

If anyone is truly interested in my pick for the game, I feel sorry for you. I really don’t have much of a track record picking winners. However be that as it may, I am going against the general consensus and picking the Cardinals.

Why the Cardinals, no real rhyme or reason. I just have a feeling that this is a Cinderella team and Kurt Warner is this years Prince Charming.

The score:
Cardinals 27  Steelers 20


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Super Bowl XLIII Preview and Prediction

The following video from ESPN is a short preview of of Super Bowl XLIII, which as just about every knows by now features the Pittsburgh Steelers vs. the Arizona Cardinals.

The video does not provide in depth analysis of the game itself but it does give you an idea of what these 2 teams are all about.

If anyone is truly interested in my pick for the game, I feel sorry for you. I really don’t have much of a track record picking winners. However be that as it may, I am going against the general consensus and picking the Cardinals.

Why the Cardinals, no real rhyme or reason. I just have a feeling that this is a Cinderella team and Kurt Warner is this years Prince Charming.

The score:
Cardinals 27  Steelers 20


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Filed under Arizona Cardinals, Cinderella, ESPN, Kurt Warner, Pittsburgh Steelers, predictions, Preview, Prince Charming, Super Bowl XLIII

Governor Corzine talks Economic Stimulus, NJ Economy on CNBC, 1/29/09

If you missed it, Governor Corzine made an appearance on CNBC’s Squawk Box yesterday morning. The Governor talked about President Obama’s Economic Stimulus package and what it means for New Jersey as well as the Country.

The Governor talked about New Jersey’s economy and how the State is fairing during this economic crisis. He also talked with Jack Welch about the bonuses being paid out to some of the executives on Wall Street.

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