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Jefferson had Quran to know his enemies 

WorldNetDaily - Jan 09 10:12 PM
A Special Forces veteran and commentator says new Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison (Hakim-Mohammad) of Minnesota was absolutely right when he said Thomas Jefferson gleaned knowledge from the Quran – only it was knowledge about his enemies that Jefferson likely gleaned.
Vacaville awaits Medieval aura 
The Reporter - Jan 03 6:24 AM
Downtown Vacaville will host the Medieval Fantasy Festival, April 20-22. Known in the past as the Middle Earth Festival, the renamed event will be an Earth Day Faire with a Celtic flair and is designed to be a celebration of fantasy authors, other worlds, times past and times future. This family-oriented festival will have no admission charge and most activities will be free.

All about the bucks 
The Columbus Dispatch - Jan 07 4:36 AM
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Nobody buys team paraphernalia the way Ohio State fans do, said Tim Brovold, of JEB Enterprises in Minneapolis. Anticipating the Buckeye invasion, he set up his tent near University of Phoenix Stadium four days before the BCS Championship Game.

Guilt-free pleasures 
Guardian Unlimited - Jan 03 3:45 AM
Stewart Lee: Shock comedy reminds us that taboos matter.

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Medieval Merchant's House is an English Heritage property in Southampton, Hampshire, England.

The house was built by a merchant in c. 1290. Restored to its 14th Medival Merchant Century state. Used as a home Medeival Merchant and trading property.

External links

  • English Heritage Page

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