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Would you buy a used car from this bunch?

Perhaps not, but we of the McLean In-person absentee satellite voting staff will be available to help you vote absentee during the next two weeks leading up to Election Day. Monday thru Friday 3:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. … Continue reading

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243, 257

Those are the number that resonate with me as we move toward the November 7 election. 243: The number of precincts in Fairfax County. For the last three weeks we have been preparing the supplies and testing the voting machines … Continue reading

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Just a thought

All during the media circus these past few days about Stephen Strasburg’s health and competitive zeal (or lack thereof), I couldn’t stop thinking of Curly Ogden. I mean, didn’t everyone? OK, for the few of you who don’t know (or … Continue reading

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Getting on board

OK, here’s the deal. I’m not a Nationals fan. Not really. My team is the Red Sox and they are hanging by a thread (Yea, David Price; yea Hanley Ramirez) but I can’t do them much good from here. My … Continue reading

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Election Day is less than a month away

It all happens on November 7th. Virginia elects a governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general. Also a representative to the Virginia’s House of Delegates. There are 100 members to Virginia’s House of Delegates. Seventeen of those house districts are located … Continue reading

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Readers’ Favorite

Readers’ Favorite is a website that reviews books, especially works by self-published and relatively unknown authors. The link below is to a page that they set up for “November Third”. The reviewers rate on a one-to-five star scale, five being … Continue reading

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The game that would not die

Mark and I went to Nats Park today to see the Nationals finish out the regular season. Long game. Lots of pitching changes. Lots of walks. Lots of men left on base.Curtain calls for several Nats including Jason Werth who … Continue reading

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