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Updated: March 17, 2008

Yes, this is my/our country.

I hear they’re calling the midnight flight from LA to Dallas the Peter North Red Eye

The Big List: Female Teachers with Students: “Most comprehensive account on Internet of women predators on campus” [WorldNetDaily] -Unfortunately, many of these women are atrocious.

Eliot Spitzer on Easter Sunday.

Call girls are sooooooo high tech: “I insist that they give me their full names and their place of work so that I can contact them there before we meet. I also check their identification when we meet. I also use verification companies, which assist escorts in verification of clients.” [Freakonomics – New York Times]

And then there is Ashley Alexandra Dupré AKA “Kristen” AKA Eliot Spitzer’s call girl. I’m sure you’ve all seen the photos from her MySpace page. My source came from CO-ED Magazine. The photo of her dollar-billin’ on a yacht in the Washington Channel in DC somewhere in Europe was classic…..could be a paper-back cover of a John Grisham novel. In fact, here is what it might look like (completely classy with a symbolic recap of the events):

Ashley Alexandra Dupre - An Eliot Spitzer Novelphotoshopped by

Then there’s this headline: “Ex-Florida prison boss: Drunken orgies tainted system” []

Back in the day: Lori Loughlin [on 205th]

Stakes high in card games between NBA’s players [Ira Winderman, South Florida] Professional athletes and gambling….A tale of 30K losses in one plane ride and rivalries between Charles Oakley and Tyrone Hill.

Yep, fraternities are pseudo gay. They drop 9 boys off at a hotel with a keg and 9 bottles of liquor and tell them to get to know each other. [Epic Carnival]

A Boy Named Sue, and a Theory of Names [J. Marion Tierney, New York Times]

If you like Poker, this might not be a bad read.

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Kyle founded TAI in 2007 and has been weaving in and out the world of Wizards ever since, ducking WittmanFaces, jumping over G-Wiz, and avoiding stints on the DNP-Conditioning list. He has covered the Washington pro basketball team as a member of the media since 2009. Kyle currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, loves basketball, and has no pets.