The Challenge – And The Match

Just back from cycling in the foothills below NCAR.

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5 Responses to The Challenge – And The Match

  1. Andy DC says:

    Looks like a hot time in the foothills tonight!

  2. Pathway says:

    Their just practicing.

  3. Pathway says:

    They’re just practicing.

  4. toorightmate says:

    Who is that with Hillary?

  5. Colorado Wellington says:

    Everyone thinks it’s two bucks but how can we tell these days?

    Sources: Feds identify Philly woman in probe of secret recordings at GOP retreat

    Federal authorities have identified a Philadelphia journalist as the woman who infiltrated and might have secretly recorded a closed-door discussion of congressional Republicans at their Center City retreat last week, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the matter.

    So the Feds say she sneaked in disguised as the wife of a lawmaker. But how do they know she’s a woman? Philadelphia is a strange place these days.

    Thieves’ Cover-Ups Raise Concerns Among Muslims

    The surveillance tape shows what looks like a Muslim woman, her face and body hidden by her traditional clothing, robbing a Philadelphia bank. But the robber in the abaya and khimar is actually a man. He’s part of a recent crime spree involving perpetrators in Muslim garb.

    The worst of the incidents happened in Upper Darby when, Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood says, someone who appeared to be a Muslim woman went into a barbershop.

    “The holdup man who was … dressed in Muslim female garb, was covered from head to toe. The only thing that was showing was his eyes,” Chitwood says. “He shot and killed the barber in the shop.”

    Imam Isa Abdul-Mateen, secretary for the Majlis Ash’Shura of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley, says fears about how the crimes could hurt Muslim women prompted the group to offer the reward. “It endangers our women; it disrespects our women. It makes a mockery of our women and Islam,” Abdul-Mateen says. “When they do this, it puts the Muslim woman in a bad light.”

    I’m telling you, if you slip on your abaya and khimar, you can go anywhere in Philly.

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