The weather may have a part to play in this game as early forecasts indicate a partly cloudy day with a 10% chance of rain. The temperature should be in the low 70's increasing the odds that 'The Head Ball Coach' will be wearing a sun-visor as head gear. The coach will lose his visor many times during the game.
Gamecocks will put 17 points on the board but will lose to the Wolverines by 10 points at Raymond James Stadium, in Tampa, Florida.
"Free hunting days allow all South Carolina residents to hunt without a state hunting license or other required permits, to include Wildlife Management Area (WMA) permit, or Migratory Waterfowl Permit (formerly State Duck Stamp). "
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1.... All those little “Like” buttons and other social-networking technologies across the Web can inform the parent company of your browsing habits whenever you encounter them. This is true even if you don’t actually click the button.
Was Dick Armey, the former Republican House majority leader from Texas and a former Tea Party leader, doing the same thing that he has accused members of his own party as doing? Was it another case of "Something Dumb From an Otherwise Intelligent Person"? Don't look now, but we may be seeing 'finger pointing' of epidemic portions inside the GOP.
Have a complaint against a business in the State of South Carolina? What about a complaint about how hard it is to file a complaint with the SC Department of Consumer Affairs. Take a look at what is required now.
SCDCA Complaint Policy: "The State of South Carolina
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS PROCESSING CONSUMER COMPLAINTS"
Time Warner Cable implements $3.95 monthly cable modem fee | PCWorld: "Strangely, though, the company doesn't charge customers who also use the modem for digital phone service. When asked why the company only charges customers who don't have digital phone service, spokesman Justin Venech told the Times that it was a “business decision,” and elaborated no further."
Corker Suggests GOP Should Relent on Tax Increases: ""There is a growing group of folks that are looking at this and realizing that we don't have a lot of cards on the tax issue before year end. A lot of people are putting forth a theory and I actually think it has merit, where you go ahead give the president the two percent increase that he is talking about -- the rate increase on the top two percent -- and all of a sudden the shift goes back to entitlements.""
Supreme Court to take up same-sex marriage: "By adding gay marriage to its docket, the Supreme Court assured that its 2012-13 term will be as historic as its last one, when it ruled on immigration and upheld President Obama's landmark health care law."
Honolulu after Pearl Harbor: A report published for the first time, 71 years later - The Washington Post: "On Dec. 7, 1941, when Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor, I was working as a reporter for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. After a week of war, I wrote a story directed at Hawaii’s women; I thought it would be useful for them to know what I had seen. It might help prepare them for what lay ahead. But my editors thought the graphic content would be too upsetting for readers and decided not to run my article. It appears here for the first time."
Sen. Jim DeMint to Head Heritage Foundation - WSJ.com: "Mr. DeMint, an active conservative partisan often at odds with his party's leadership, says he will "protect the integrity of Heritage's research and not politicize the policy component. Heritage is not just another grassroots political group."
Still, the senator acknowledges that the political fires still burn: "This really gets my blood going again thinking about the possibilities. This is the time to elevate the conservative cause.""
S.C. sheriff urges women to pack firepower - CBS News: ""I know I'm going to get lit up by people that don't like guns . Guns have not killed a single person without somebody being stupid being on the trigger anyway. I'm all about gun safety, but I want them to go get their concealed weapons permit. I'm want these people to forever stop doing this. I am tired of looking at these victims. I am tired of looking at these people and saying, 'There is life after this.'""