Morning Roundup

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Note to Buddy: If you put staff in its place more often, you wouldn't have so many damn problems.

Um, wow. "The couple met two years ago while stocking shelves and said that most of their friends also are Wal-Mart employees. So, it makes sense, they said, that Ramos will be walked down an aisle of impatiens and begonias by a store manager, while a cashier will perform the ceremony."

The Sentinel's editorial board takes on the tough issues.

The DCCC isn't banking on any Central Florida seats this November.

Bill O'Reilly is a douche bag.

Rush Limbaugh is a scientist.

Israel/Lebanon is a mess.

What a nice guy, taking down the doctored 9/11 photo.

If you care, and I don't, tomorrow marks the beginning of tax-free week. No state sales tax on school supplies. Go nuts.

Best of Orlando party tonight. It's invite only - sorry - but it's sure to produce lots of fun pictures of drunk OW staffers doing things we don't want you to know about. If I can get my hands on them, I'll post them here.

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