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ColumbianTalk.com - Lifestyles
Aug 6, 2008 ... In other metablogging news, the Chief at Clarkblog.org asked us not to link to his site in our blogroll, so it's been removed. ...
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ColumbianTalk.com - Lifestyles
Paul Valencia is a sports writer for The Columbian, but he is not necessarily a soccer fan. ... posted by Paul Valencia @ 12:10 PM, 0 comments [Add Comment] ...
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ColumbianTalk.com - Lifestyles
Mar 14, 2006 ... on tap last weekend, featuring McCoy Tyner at PSU, Nicholas Payton later that evening at Borders, Stephan Harris in between etc etc. ...
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