Underground, Horrorcore, Hip Hop, Brain Trauma, Kasket Entertainment

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I'm doing a project for school.
One of the things we discussed is the stereotypes of West Virginia.
Please help me and name the most common stereotypes you've heard about West Virginia. Thanks!

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is there anyone within driving distance of huntington, wv that is in the market for a kitty?

it's my stepfather's mother's cat. we had to put her (stepfather's mother, not the cat) into an assisted living facility (her altzheimer's took a turn for the worst - she doesn't recognize my mom or her own son anymore).

she's a short-haired tuxedo. she kinda looks like this (i'll try to get a real picture tomorrow). not trying to pull heartstrings, but i have a week to find her a home before she's taken to the pound, so i'm pretty desperate. :<

Help book the next Brain Trauma tour
Underground, Horrorcore, Hip Hop, Brain Trauma, Kasket Entertainment
With our album release coming up soon, we are going to be doing a shit ton of shows to promote it. If there are ANY dates that you can get us, PLEASE get ahold of me with all of the information. Here are the show dates we need filled...

March: 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 27th, and 28th

April: 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th, and 25th

May: 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd, 29th, and 30th

Here is how we need to fill them. We will perform anywhere in the greater Charleston WV area and not ask for any gas money or anything, just what we make at the door. If we have to travel more than 100 Miles for the show we will need atleast gas money or airfair. As for lodging, we can sleep in the van. If we have to fly out, we'll need a place to crash for the night.

We will play with other rap acts, horrorcore act, rock bands, death metal bands, etc.

We are also looking for sponsors as well.

If you are interested in helping with this, get ahold of me, serious inquires ONLY!!! I can not stress that enough, we don't have any time for bullshit.

Also, if you help book and promote the show, we'll give you 15% of the profit we make from the show.

Get at me if you are interested in helping!

Pilgrims Pride seeks Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Pilgrims Pride, which owns poultry facilities near Moorefield, is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company says it is not planning on liquidating assets, and intends to remain open.

The Print is Right! WVU Print Sale

Wednesday, Dec. 3rd:


At 123 Pleasant St. from 7PM until whenever, WVU Printmaking students will be holding their annual Christmas Print Sale! All prints 25$ and under! Cheap Prints make great Holiday gifts! One night only SO COME ON DOWN!

We'll also be selling hand-printed, limited edition Christmas Cards! SUPER CHEAP!

All money raised will go towards the 2009 Chicago Trip to the Southern Graphics Conference.

Random Project - Any Help Is Appreciated. :-)
First off, thank you mod for letting me post this... :-)

I'm making this traveling notebook for my son, and one for my brother. I'm pretty much trying to find, one or a few people from each of the 50 states for this notebook (well, both notebooks). They both travel together and will be passed on to someone else in the USA so postage costs shouldn't be much when posting out again. What I'm looking at doing is having everyone put a state map postcard, or a descriptive postcard from their state - so it has the silhouette of the state with the state bird, flower, something like that... write about your state, what you like about the state, what your life is like... add photos, and just plain be creative with the books... when you've put in your entry and your happy with it - I'll give you the next address which will probably be in a neighboring state and you send it onto the next "host". You can write the same in both of the books... that's not a problem at all... :-) I've been rounding up people for the books, but they've just been sent out today to Washington (from Australia)....

So yeah, if anyone would like to help that'd be great and contact me by commenting here, email at or just message me on here and we'll go from there... if you have any questions let me know as well - it's after midnight so I'm sure I've missed out on something... thanks for helping anyone that is interested in helping me out!

Lost Siamese Cat in Huntington- Reward!
Silly-Vlad the Bad
Please please please if you live in Huntington, keep your eye out for Vlad! He is our kitty and needs special food. He got away from the house on 13th Ave near 5th street on October 26th and has only ever been an indoor cat. He has no front claws and answers to his name (Vlad)

Can you trust this face?
Vlad says Merry Xmas...

We love him very much and miss him. Please scoop him if you see him and email me! He is very friendly and will come if you call using his name. Please spread this around and link this to anyone you know in Huntington. We miss our kitty. :(

Go Mart questioned over gas price discrepancy
This story is from the Thursday September 18 2008 Dominion Post. The on line version is subscription only, so I am unable to post a link.
The observations made about the Fairmont prices seem to hold true in all areas where GoMart holds heavy influence, especially in the Charleston region. It will be interesting to see what, if anything, comes from this. But the ultimate answer would seem to lie in consumers hands, and their ability to buy from vendors other than Go Mart
Gasoline prices are 15 to 20 cents higher in Fairmont than they are in Clarksburg or Morgantown. The state Attorney General’s office sent Chief Investigator Derrick Walker to Fairmont this week to investigate the disparity.
Chief Deputy Attorney General Fran Hughes said she could not comment on the details of the investigation because it is just beginning.
“People have vested interest in their businesses and they are going to resist tooth and nail,” she said. “We’ve gone down that road before in other areas, and sending out subpoenas is just the start of the fight.”
Fairmont City Manager Jim Snider said he has received numerous complaints about the disparity in prices from residents.
“To me, it is not reasonable that gas prices are lower in Clarksburg and Morgantown when we are located between the two cities,” he said.
Snider contacted the state Attorney General’s office this week about the situation in Fairmont.
Snider said he understands that there may be disparities in prices because of the location and distance a station is from the refineries. For example, he said, people living near Ashland, Ky., where Marathon Oil is located, would probably pay less than people living in Elkins, but it makes no sense why Fairmont customers are paying more at the pump.
“I understand why the gas prices may be different in other places across the state, but Fairmont is a 10-15 minute drive to the two cities along the Interstate [79] where gas prices are lower — not a couple cents lower either,” he said. “I feel this is something that needs to be looked at.”
Snider sent a letter to Go-Mart Inc. of Gassaway, Braxton County, asking why gas prices at the company’s Fairmont stores are higher than they are at Clarksburg and Morgantown locations.
Snider said he chose to contact Go-Mart because when he frequently travels to Clarksburg, he notices the price differences more between the stores. When Go-Mart would not answer Snider’s inquiries, he mentioned the matter at a Fairmont City Council meeting last week.
Go-Mart told The Dominion Post that it would not provide any specifics about how the company determines its gasoline prices other than location is a factor in pricing.
“We don’t discuss our pricing strategy for any of the products we sell,” said Paul Gaughan, general manager of Go-Mart. “Go-Mart prices their gasoline to be as low as anyone in that marketing area.”
Hughes said the attorney general’s office will contact Go-Mart among other fuel suppliers in the Fairmont area.
“We have been receiving phone calls 24/7 from around the state, and letters complaining about what’s happening with gas prices,” she said. “We are investigating these disparities. We are not going to stand back and let the oil companies run over West Virginians. If Washington won’t step up to the plate and do something, we will.”

WV Power reaches agreement with Pittsburgh Pirates
In an announcement made this afternoon on the "WCHS 58Live" radio talk show, WV Power Vice-President Andy Milovich announced that the WV Power baseball team has reached an agreement with the Pittsburgh Pirates to become a Class A affiliate. The deal will be signed later this week, and further details will be given tomorrow morning in area newspapers.


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