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Hale and Clark have BIG news…

Posted in Daily Blog Updates with tags , on February 13, 2009 by crc2622

Hale and Clark come to you from our current DC studio for the last time! Listen to the big annoucnement below…

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The Daily Struggle – Season 3 – Trailer

Posted in Daily Blog Updates with tags , , on February 5, 2009 by crc2622

No economic recovery yet, but Season 3 is almost upon us!

Struggling for Respect

Posted in Daily Blog Updates with tags , , on January 16, 2009 by crc2622

The 2008 Weblog Awards have been announced and The Daily Struggle continues its streak of not winning.

We are of course happy for all that won, including Mr. Andrew Sullivan, winner for Best Blog.  We aren’t happy for him just for winning, but also for being a fan of The Daily Struggle.  

According to Andrew what we need to be sucessful are good interns, which would be an improvment from the no interns we currently have.

Skier Struggle

Posted in Daily Blog Updates with tags on January 6, 2009 by crc2622

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In a bizarre incident that will surely lead to litigation, a skier at Colorado’s ritzy Vail resort was left dangling upside down and pantsless from a chairlift last Thursday morning. The January 1 mishap apparently occurred after the male skier, 48, and a child boarded a high-speed lift in Vail’s Blue Sky Basin. It appears that the chairlift’s fold-down seat was somehow not in the lowered position, which caused the man to partially fall through the resulting gap. His right ski got jammed in the ascending chairlift, and that kept him upended since his boot never dislodged from its binding. As seen in the photo, the Skyline Express lift was stopped shortly after the pair’s botched boarding resulted in the man dangling from the lift. The exposed skier was stuck for about 15 minutes before Vail personnel backed the lift up and successfully dislodged the unidentified man from the four-seat chair. In a statement released this afternoon, Vail Resorts, which operates the ski area, reported that the skier was not injured after being “suspended for approximately seven minutes.” The press release did not explain how the mishap occurred, only that “the man was caught on the chair.”

The Struggle with the Global Recession Hits the North Pole!

Posted in Daily Blog Updates with tags , , , , , , on December 24, 2008 by halehalehale

When the financial system in Iceland collapsed we knew it was only a matter of time before economic meltdown completed its march northward.
The unthinkable has finally happened. This week Santa requested a bailout from Congress.

Second Place Struggle

Posted in Daily Blog Updates with tags , , , on December 20, 2008 by crc2622

Recently at the $3 Bills Holiday Hootenany, in Richmond, Virginia there was a tacky outfit competition. Though Kellen’s Holiday Cruella Deville won top prize, it is Steven’s prize for second place that warrants a Daily Struggle alert!

Steven, seen here unwrapping his prize, was slightly disappointed by his second place finish, but was more disappointed to find out that it wasn’t “Flame”. When he heard that second prize was body spray he was hoping for Burger King’s newest venture, Flame, a meat scented spray! Steven will just have to be happy with his “Phat Girlz” Tropical Spring scent! Better luck next year!


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My Dry Cleaner Wants You to Call Your Congressman!

Posted in Daily Blog Updates with tags , , on December 11, 2008 by crc2622

It turns out that the Happy Cleaner, my neighborhood dry cleaner on 7th and M Street NW, are the defendants in the now famous lawsuit over some misplaced pants.

Roy L. Pearson Jr., the plaintiff in the suit is claiming he has $54 Million dollars coming his way because sweet Mrs. Chung misplaced his pants. Now we don’t feel Mr. Pearson deserves that much for some pants, but who among us hasn’t had a run in with a dry cleaner?

The United States Chamber of Commerce has featured the Chungs in their latest Tort Reform advocacy commercial:

 
I hope all my clothes are there when I go tomorrow!

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