Monday, January 10, 2011

The Daily Numbers - Jan. 10

The Daily Numbers:


9, age of girl killed in the Arizona shooting rampage. She was granddaughter of former Phils’ manager Dallas Green.


14 people wounded, including U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.


22, age of man charged as the lone gunman in the attack.


5 alarm fire that gutted a charter school in West Philly Sunday.


37,000 dollar reward now posted for info on the Kensington Strangler.


2 dead in a shootout involving police and suspects in Berks County.


60 years of selling jewelry in Philly that comes to end as Robbins Eighth and Walnut closes its doors.


25 percent cut in basic cable costs being set by Comcast.


1 and done for the Eagles in the playoffs. Again.


33 seconds left with Eagles at Packers’ 27 yard line. Vick throws interception in endzone. Game, set and match.


123 yards rushing for Packers rookie James Starks. Good thing the Packers never run the ball.


20 of 36 and 1 pick for 292 yards for Michael Vick.


18 of 27 for Aaron Rodgers in leading the Packers.


2 crucial missed field goals by Eagles All-Pro David Akers.


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Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.


Different QB, same coach, same result. Time for change.


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I Don’t Get It: The gunfire had hardly dimmed in Arizona when both sides were looking to use the incident to their own political advantage. I don’t get it, and I don’t see what it accomplishes.


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Today’s Upper: Pitchers and catchers report to Clearwater on Feb. 15.


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Quote Box: “I think we’ve got to tone down the rhetoric on both sides.”


- U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, in the aftermath of the shootings in Arizona.

1 Comments:

Blogger Manalive said...

Do you read your own paper, Phil?
"Both sides" did not exploit this tragedy; the Daily Times' weekend articles fixed the blame squarely on Sarah Palin and the Right.
You, as editor, ought to accept accountability: you owe Sarah Palin an apology...and the citizens of Delaware County deserve much better.

January 10, 2011 at 9:54 PM 

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