Network TV saw a lot of changes in the aughts, especially toward the end of the decade. With video now streaming clearly on the Internet and DVRs in many homes, it's easy to enjoy your favorite programs sans the commercials. Enjoy it while it lasts, product placement is already rising to annoying levels.
Today, my mother-in-law and stepfather-in-law are coming into town from Savannah. And I have the day off to start preparing my first Thanksgiving dinner as host.
With record-low interest rates, an $8,000 tax credit for first time home buyers and a market full of well-priced foreclosed homes, my husband and I are poised to get the best deal out of this wacky housing market.
A man who was found with $1.3 million in cash during a 2005 arrest at Gainesville's Lee Gilmer Memorial Airport was found guilty this week of federal money laundering charges.
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