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Hot Shots: Wednesday, June 22, 2011
June 22nd, 2011
05:46 PM ET

Hot shots: Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Today's hot shots... pictures from around the world.


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  1. Danushka

    I agree with the other Jason. He struggled the last game or two. Not sure how you say he was ptrety shaky about your only dman on the team that is a +. DelZotto is a -10. Girardi is a -7. Sit the kid down for a game and let him watch the game. You hurt the team more by sending him down.

    April 5, 2012 at 11:51 am |
  2. Mitch

    its time your mother come shgairtt with you. its the gop that took away your ice cream, they take away all childrens ice cream because all those children don't deserve it. the money for that ice cream should go to pay for the wars and financial colapse caused by w and the rovies. thy would like to have all ice cream stopped because we don't need ice cream and can't afford to pay for it. we could take it out of schools and hospitals and retirements cnters where we spend too much money and send it to our soldiers where we can't cut a nickle. big businesss would like to eat some too because when they eat it they poop out more than they take in and we can have it after they have processed it for us. it is called ice cream creation. give the rich tax breaks ad they will create more ic cream for all of us. ask the governor about the ice cream creation

    April 4, 2012 at 5:29 am |
  3. Jim W

    Wolf I didn't see a blog for end of prohibition on marijuana so I'm posting my comment here.
    Wolf I was glad to your report on Barney Franks and Ron Paul's bill to end prohibition on marijuana, But was extremely disappointed at the one sidedness when you gave sue thau of community anti-drug coalition of america a chance to speak her option and did not give pro legalization a chance to speak you also stated the white house as saying research shows its to commonly associated with treatment admissions fatal accidents and emergency admissions. I would like to know where this information comes from? Treatment yes because of random testing at jobs people will go to treatment just to keep their jobs, But fatal accidents? And emergency admissions? I think that's more propaganda they have pushed for way to long! I trust cnn to give fair and accurate reports but this one disappoints me. Come on w
    olf we know cannabis (let's change the language please) has never killed or harmed anyone with a sound mind.

    June 23, 2011 at 7:34 pm |

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