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Monday: Dress Your Decade Day. Freshmen wear the '90's look, sophomores the '80's look, juniors the '40's look and seniors the '20's. Lunch game/entertainment: ``Who Wants to be a Millionaire?''
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REGIS PHILBIN: Welcome to ``Who Wants To Be a Millionaire,'' the dramatic hit quiz show that has all America on the edge of its seat wondering how, exactly, I became famous in the first place. Let's get started with some irritating theme music!
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It could be each member of the Alaska Legislature received following questionnaire. I present it here as a public service, offering you the opportunity to examine and judge the kind of questions which might be posed to elected officials by a smart-mouth media guy.
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It's time for my annual Tax Guide, which takes you step-by-step through the federal filing process, from obtaining the proper tax forms all the way to getting that desirable upper prison bunk.
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This has nothing to do with the impact of the Justice Department's threatened breakup of Microsoft. It has everything to do with Time Warner's interfering with the inalienable right of Americans to watch Disney/ABC's ``Who Wants to be a Millionaire?''
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For those who like their reality programming a bit more real, this controversy has all the popular elements of ``Survivor'' meets ``Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
'Twihard' with a Vengeance

The Bible says "Judge not, lest ye be judged." But these days, as everyone seems to be judging everyone else - or at least commenting on their Facebook status - I believe we're granted dispensation. By all means, judge away.

ART, EVENTS &PERFORMANCE FRIDAY Juneau School District Elementary Art Show, Nugget Mall. Featuring more than 200 elementary student artworks. Fireside Lecture and Slideshow: "Mendenhall's Black Bears" with Doug Jones and Laurie Craig, 6:30 and 8 p.m., Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Also,
Economy's appeal to more for less defies individuality

In the past few weeks, we've heard President Obama and Gov. Sean Parnell make new proposals that would assist students' pursuit of a college degree. Yet despite sounding like noble objectives for the sake of society and our children's future, they both subjugated education to the master we call the economy.
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