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The clarion : the Brevard College weekly. online resource (None) 1935-current, March 27, 2009, Image 8

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Page 8 THE LAST FRONTIER The Clarion \ March 27, 2009 American Hero “Asked about how he feels about all the judgment he’s facing after posing a 40-27 record in two seasons at Kentucky, Gillispie said: “There’s only one judgment I’ll ever be concerned about, and I hope I pass that judgment. That’s the only one I’ll ever be concerned about, and I’m really proud that that’s the only judgment that will ever have a real effect on me, and I hope I pass that one with flying colors. ’ “Gillispie declined to answer when asked whose judgment he was referring to, saying it was obvious, apparently referring to Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart. ” —ESPN.COM Now everybody knows that the media is nothing but Godless liber als wishing to push their agenda on everybody else. That’s a given. And yet, this article by the ESPN news service stoops to a new level of disregard for the role religion plays in American lives. For brazenly disregarding or being oblivious to any religious connota tions in the subject matter you report, and also for subtly suggest ing that Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart is God, The Clarion salutes you, ESPN, the Worldwide Leader in Secularness. 9ICN or THE TIME9 ft AMD TR»CKS I, - In a harsh economic climate, many people are looking outside the realm of legality in order to make a buck. For this local custom auto shop, that apparently means moonlighting as a brothel offering the services of lonely cougars.

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