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The Cold Feeling Is Mutual

<a title="designer clothes" href="http://www.designerclothesforsale.com">designer clothes</a> The contentious relationship between Connecticut’s Jim Calhoun and Kentucky’s John Calipari is perhaps the longest and most entertaining coaching feud in college basketball. It started so long ago that Calipari has held five jobs since. Calipari recognized a reference to the actor Fred MacMurray, who starred in “My Three Sons.” Calipari sought out Calhoun on Thursday, telling him: “I knew Fred MacMurray. And you are no Mr. MacMurray.”
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Anti-Hunger Advocates Fast to Protest

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