Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Positive News for August 12th- August 18th


EXCITEMENT BUILDS FOR AFGHAN ELECTION

An upcoming presidential election has emotions running high throughout Afghanistan as people anxiously consider how voting could change their lives. In the capitol city of Kabul, passionate political activists have been campaigning throughout the streets in hopes of appealing to the sensibilities of all potential voters before Thursday’s election. Despite the Afghan government and NATO’s efforts to make the election a symbol of the common normalcy that is to come, it is sure to be a day voters will never forget. [click here for silver lining: "Attacks Rock Kabul Ahead Of Vote"]


FAVRE PLOTS RETURN TO GREEN BAY
Green bay Packers fans could have another opportunity to see their iconic quarterback Brett Favre take Lambeau field this fall following Favre’s announcement he’ll return to professional football. After Favre’s recent retirement from the New York Jets football organization last season, most Packers fans thought they’d never see their beloved franchise quarterback in Green bay again. However, if Favre works hard, remains healthy, and proves he still has what it takes to be a playmaker, Favre could find himself, once again, at the center of Green bay’s attention. [click here for silver lining: "Favre Signs With Vikings"]
3 SEE THE WORLD FROM STRANGER’S PERSPECTIVE
Three east coast men took on the personas of countless strangers recently in an attempt to gain better insight into the world of others. The men’s bold quest to understand the human experience caught the attention of authorities throughout the region who could not believe the scope and tenacity implemented to undertake such an expansive operation. The men’s exploits into the lives of others will be properly documented by the authorities and all parties involved serving as an example for anyone hoping to take on a similar endeavor. [click here for silver lining: "3 Indicted In Largest US Identity Theft Scheme"]

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