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Oct. 5 In Blogs: Russell Pearce, Steve Jobs, Willy Northpole, Mrs. White, and Jeff Flake

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard Russell Pearce's Sham Candidate's Lawyer Seeks to Stop Friday Hearing (w/Update)

Jackalope Ranch: Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

A Tuesday Night w/ Monique Suede Wallis

Up on the Sun: Willy Northpole Drops "Two Fresh Too Cool"

Club Candids at Martini Ranch

Chow Bella: Mrs. White's Recipe for Success

No Matter How Polite You Are at a Vending Machine Expo in Glendale, Someone's Gonna Get Cranky If They Don't Get Their Free Twix

Valley Fever: Recently Departed U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke Was Driver in Near-Fatal Car-Pedestrian Accident

Congressman Jeff Flake and His Crusade Against Mimes and Accordions Pisses Off Polka Fans

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