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Jack Watkins Here is a rather instructive article - about the violent, Jihadist mindset of foreign-born or resident (e.g., Western) adherents of Islamic extremism and world-wide Sharia Law...
Anjem Choudary, in His Own Words
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"In the Quran it is not allowed for you to feel sorry for non-Muslims. I don't feel sorry for him." — Anjem Choudary. "Eventually the whole world will be governed by Shari'ah & Muslims will have authority over China Russia USA etc This is the promi Read more ... se of
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Tim Martin I'm wit da San Fran football n baseball
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Randy Robbins
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Marilyn Perotti Let's do this Giants !
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Joseph York Jr.
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Lindsey Powell Fletcher Ready for some Giant baseball !!!!!
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Joyce Peterson-Martz Woodruff
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Danny Elguea
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Richard W Tierney
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Phil Rivas
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Vikash Patel
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Mallorie Perea
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Jake Wilcken
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Rron Simmer
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Steve Marcoux got to beat the pirates........GO GIANTS
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Thomas Ryan So, my two favorite teams are facing off tomorrow in a Win or Go Home game. It's my World Series Game 7! Good luck to the Bucs, but I'm pulling for #MadBum and the G-Men!!
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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George S. Mitrovich TUESDAY BASEBALL NOTES: WINSTON CHURCHILL, RESPONDING TO A CRITIC, is credited with having written, “This is the sort of bloody nonsense up with which I will not put.” Mr. Churchill, my second greatest hero, after Jesus, came to mind yesterd Read more ... ay after a Reader of Notes, Greg Rosenbaum, principal owner of the Dayton Dragons, the most successful franchise in baseball, wrote to both compliment me on Notes, which he enjoys, and to gently point out two rather egregious errors in Monday Notes. First, the Giants/Pirates one-game Wild Card playoff game today is at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, not at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Second, the player who played a huge role in turning around the Baltimore Orioles is named Nelson Cruz, not “Jose” (However, I am told be has a brother named Jose.) As to the first error: I do have MLB.com At Bat, as every baseball fan should, since it is the best single app on the Web and, at $19.95, the Web’s best bargain. And yesterday it had one game featured and only one, the Giants playing the Pirates at PNC. Was it just wishful thinking I had the game in SF? Maybe, but wishful thinking or not I was wrong. So, if you are in the City by the Bay today, there will be no game at AT&T. On Mr. Cruz: Well, I was writing about another “Jose”, the fantastic rookie of the White Sox, and just carried it over to “Jose” Cruz. Actually, the first mistake I can live with, but the second is harder because, as I often remind people who think it’s okay to mispronounce their name, “No it’s not. You are who your name says you are and you have a right to have it pronounced as you choose.” So, I screwed that up as regards NELSON CRUZ. Shame on me. ON THE MATTER OF MISTAKES: Iris Murdoch was a Don at St. Anne’s College Oxford, novelist, philosopher, and essayist. Dame Murdoch wrote 26-novel, including “The Sea, The Sea”, for which she was awarded the Booker Prize, England’s highest literary award. Along with novels, she produced a half a dozen works on philosophy, several plays, critical writing on literature and modern ideas and poetry. But here’s the connection between Dame Murdoch, Baseball Notes, and me: When she had completed her works, whether works of fiction or large tomes on philosophy, all written by pencil on single-lined yellow legal pads, she would collect her work and travel by train from Oxford to London, where she would meet her literary agent and hand him the results of her genius. Dame Murdoch did this with one simple instruction: Nothing was to be changed. Not one sentence; not one punctuation. No need for an editor. Dame Murdoch was her own editor! If I enjoyed that confidence, that skill, that literary competence, there would by no need for Mr. Sherr in Wellesley, MA, or Mr. Flavin in Newton, MA, or Mr. Shuman in Brookline, MA, or Mr. Lucchino at 4 Yawkey Way, or Mr. Rosenbaum in Bethesda, MD, to correct Notes. Alas, Dame Iris Murdoch was Dame Iris Murdoch. I am not she but me and thereby given to err. If Notes returns in 2015, I do hereby pledge to be error free. But the making if a “pledge” and the execution thereof, is problematical. THE PADRES ANNOUNCED BUD BLACK IS BACK NEXT SEASON. I like “Buddy” Black and I’m happy he’s back, but A.J. Preller and the ownership need to give him one legitimate home run hitter, one offensive threat, that can turn those 2-1 losses into 4-2 wins. And to the manager himself, I would gently suggest that beginning in Spring Training more time be set aside to teach your players the art of the bunt. And that teaching continue throughout the ’15 season. And, if you need a “teacher” of the art form, I am available; because at age 79 I can still lay down the perfect sacrifice or squeeze bunt. (For verification, see Jeff Marston, manger of the Marston Mets, San Diego Adult Baseball League.) QUOTE OF THE DAY: “Far from viewing fiction as another and lesser way of dealing with philosophical questions, Miss Murdoch argued that literature was meant ‘to be grasped by enjoyment,’ and that the art of the tale was '’a fundamental form of thought’ in its own right. The ideal reader, she told one interviewer, was ‘was someone who likes a jolly good yarn and enjoys thinking about the book as well, about the moral issues.' In another interview she went further, asserting that good art offers '’uncontaminated'’ happiness that also teaches ‘how to look at the world and to understand it; it makes everything far more interesting’.'' – from Iris Murdoch's obituary in The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/books/98/12/20/specials/murdoch.html
Featured Author: Iris Murdoch
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In This FeatureReviews of Iris Murdoch's Books Articles About Iris Murdoch Related Links Mary Gordon Reviews John Bayley's 'Elegy for Iris' (December 20, 1998) First Chapter: 'Elegy for Iris'
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Elisa Guerrero
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Marco T Solorzano Let's go GIANTS!!!!!
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Kathy Marcks Hardesty
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Sammy Trevino I refuse to lose.! I'm not ready for baseball to be over for my giants.!! #OctoberTogether
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Donald Lumpkin
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Annette Molina LETS GO GIANTS!
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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Sean Johnston
Giants ready for wild environs in Pittsburgh
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey watched last season's Wild Card Games from his couch, and he was impressed by the intense atmospheres created by the do-or-die contests. He'll experience it for himself on Wednesday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh at 5:07 p.m. Read more ... PT on ESPN.
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I Love The Giants Congrats to Hunter Pence on being named the #SFGiants 2014 Hank Aaron Award nominee The 30 finalists for the 2014 Hank Aaron award have been announced. Fans can vote here: http://t.co/prBFnJoonY
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Congrats to Hunter Pence on being named the #SFGiants 2014 Hank Aaron Award nominee The 30 finalists for the 2014 Hank Aaron award have been announced. Fans can vote here: http://t.co/prBFnJoonY
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Frank Mario Posada I dont..i mean i hate Raiders....SF fan..but..I hope A's Win..Battle of the Bay..Cuz Giants are going..
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Tackroomhq Love this story!!
Frank Somerville KTVU
I saw this story in the SF Chronicle and it made me smile. This is Thea Murphy. She’s 90 years old. And her dream of riding a horse just came true. “I’ll be sore tomorrow, but it doesn’t matter.” Thea has been battling health problems. In Read more ... the past few years one of her legs was amputated. She lost her vision in one eye. And a stroke left her paralyzed on her left side. But her neighbor says Thea isn’t someone who quits: “She’s a tough cookie, extremely strong-willed. She gets something in her mind, and there’s no stopping her.” And what Thea got "in her mind" was that she wanted to ride a horse for the first time ever. Thea says: “It’s because I love them. I love animals, I love horses. I want to know what it feels like to ride one.” A group in Napa called Celebrating Seniors helped make her wish come true. They took her to Giant Steps Therapeutic Equestrian Center in Petaluma, which gives rides to people who are disabled. Thea was so excited when she found out she was going to get the ride. She planned it for weeks. She even bought some skinny jeans and a bright red shirt just for the occasion. The ride lasted for about 30 minutes and Thea was smiling the entire time. Her horse was named Katy and Thea said: “Look at her. She’s so beautiful. And she listens to me!” There’s a lot of bad stuff happening in the world. And it's refreshing to hear stories like this one. Who would think a 30 minute horse ride could make such a difference. But for Thea it was 30 minutes she will never forget. And how cool is it that she fits into skinny jeans at age 90! Thanks to Carolyn Johnson from the Chronicle for this story. And thanks to Paul Chin for the pictures.
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Jim Moore
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Congrats to Hunter Pence on being named the #SFGiants 2014 Hank Aaron Award nominee The 30 finalists for the 2014 Hank Aaron award have been announced. Fans can vote here: http://t.co/prBFnJoonY
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Donna Robbins AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Frank Somerville KTVU
I saw this story in the SF Chronicle and it made me smile. This is Thea Murphy. She’s 90 years old. And her dream of riding a horse just came true. “I’ll be sore tomorrow, but it doesn’t matter.” Thea has been battling health problems. In Read more ... the past few years one of her legs was amputated. She lost her vision in one eye. And a stroke left her paralyzed on her left side. But her neighbor says Thea isn’t someone who quits: “She’s a tough cookie, extremely strong-willed. She gets something in her mind, and there’s no stopping her.” And what Thea got "in her mind" was that she wanted to ride a horse for the first time ever. Thea says: “It’s because I love them. I love animals, I love horses. I want to know what it feels like to ride one.” A group in Napa called Celebrating Seniors helped make her wish come true. They took her to Giant Steps Therapeutic Equestrian Center in Petaluma, which gives rides to people who are disabled. Thea was so excited when she found out she was going to get the ride. She planned it for weeks. She even bought some skinny jeans and a bright red shirt just for the occasion. The ride lasted for about 30 minutes and Thea was smiling the entire time. Her horse was named Katy and Thea said: “Look at her. She’s so beautiful. And she listens to me!” There’s a lot of bad stuff happening in the world. And it's refreshing to hear stories like this one. Who would think a 30 minute horse ride could make such a difference. But for Thea it was 30 minutes she will never forget. And how cool is it that she fits into skinny jeans at age 90! Thanks to Carolyn Johnson from the Chronicle for this story. And thanks to Paul Chin for the pictures.
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Nate Nicholson Are you ready for October baseball #SFGiants #OaklandAthletics
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Saving the City Did San Francisco flush away a golden opportunity for a landmark waterfront arena? As so often happens here, the city by the Bay elevates process over product so the new landlocked arena site has plumbed new depths with a massing plan akin to a gian Read more ... t toilet for the proposed sports venue. For more on what's clogging San Francisco's development pipeline, go to Curbed SF at http://sf.curbed.com/archives/2014/09/24/warriors_plan_to_refine_the_work_in_progress_arena_design.php. The continued pedestrian friendliness of downtown San Francisco is covered in the Golden Gait piece of Saving the City's Our Towns episode. San Francisco is also featured in a comparison piece with Vancouver in the series preview video, which can be seen at www.savingthecity.org. If you enjoy these updates please tell your friends and "like" us.
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Tara Lynn Rasmussen I can only make the noon ALDS game Friday happen b/c of my swim in Richmond this weekend. So I guess I'm a SF Giants fan Wednesday night! Sorry Jamie Lucas !
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San Francisco Sports VIDEO: ESPN's "Sport Science" examines Willie Mays' iconic catch in Game 1 of the 1954 World Series (ESPN) #San Francisco Giants, SFGiants
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