Sunday, February 10, 2008

the zorn identity...Zorn Is Named Redskins Head Coach

Former players under Zorn consider him to be a patient teacher who handles high-pressure situations well. They say he shares some similarities with Joe Gibbs, who stepped down as Redskins coach and team president on Jan. 8, including being devoutly religious.

god works in mysterious ways.

like the baby found alive after the devasting tornadoes that struck tennessee.

President Bush, who said he called the governors of the affected states to offer support, plans to come to Tennessee on Friday. "Prayers can help and so can the government," Bush said.

..."and so can the government"! - sooner this worst president in history idiot is gone the better.

how is that lower 9th ward in new orleans looking, george? you know the one, in new orleans, the city that you promised to rebuild "like the world has never seen"...

The twisters killed at least 32 people in Tennessee, 13 in Arkansas, seven in Kentucky and five in Alabama, emergency officials said. It was one of the 15 worst tornado death tolls since 1950, and the nation's deadliest barrage of tornadoes since 76 people were killed in Pennsylvania and Ohio on May 31, 1985.

The baby's mother, 24-year-old Kerri Stowell, was one of six people killed in the small community, said Sumner County Sheriff Bob Barker.

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