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The Omelette Weekly Roundup: Vick and Eagles Beat Texans, Camden Police Layoffs, NASA's Arsenic-Fed Lifeform Discovery, Qatar World Cup and more


The Omelette Friday December 3, 2010 Weekly Roundup

The Eagles Dominate Texans in 4th Quarter to Win 34-24

The Eagles-Texans game got a little scary last night when the Texans made it a 3-point game. But, the Eagles pulled away in the 4th quarter when Brent Celek made an electrifying catch. And, Michael Vick (300+ yards and 3 TDs) was on point especially in the 4th quarter. The Eagles' defense, while shaky was much better than last week when they imploded against the Bears. They are now off until next Sunday night against Dallas. Yep-another primetime game for the Eagles. It will be their 4th in 5 weeks! And, it's quite unprecedented that they haven't played the Cowboys until this late in the season. They'll face Dallas twice in the final four games.

Camden To Begin Layoffs Immediately

Mayor Dana Redd is leading Camden down the rabbit hole of complete destruction. The city council of Camden approved a plan to lay off over 300 city workers, including 50% of the police force. Maybe now Camden can become the most dangerous city in American history. This is akin to dumping plutonium on a raging inferno. What an absolute disgrace.

Now the roundup...

NASA has discovered a lifeform in a California lake, which feeds off arsenic.

Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange is taking on the Russians. His website Wikileaks recently released documents which implicate the Russian government with the Russian Mob. It's basically what we already knew.

Qatar won the 2022 World Cup and upset the United States. For the U.S. they'll have to wait at least another 4 years for another World Cup to take place on U.S. soil. With Qatar's World Cup win, it puts the tiny oil-rich nation on the map in a big way.

And, that's it for the Weekly Roundup.