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Snowstorm Ends in Philadelphia, Freddie Mitchell Looking for Love on Bravo, and Gabrielle Giffords' Miraculous Recovery

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The Omelette Wednesday January 12, 2011

Snowstorm Ends in Philadelphia Region With Most Seeing 4 Inches

The snowstorm has come and gone in the Philadelphia area just in the nick of time so you can't blow off the whole day of work. And, the kids lose out too because many just get a two-hour delay out of the delay. It's better than being in New York City though. They got belted with 7 to 12 inches, but schools are in session today. Boston is now in the midst of a major blizzard and there are reports of thunder. The Delaware Valley was once again spared from a major snowstorm. All in all most people got 4 to 6 inches in the Philly area. You can always measure with a Wawa hoagie like NBC10's Justin Pizzi did this morning for confirmation.

 

Freddie Mitchell Looking For Love on Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker

Freddie Mitchell has surfaced again. Last week he was making the rounds and appeared on 610 WIP's Eskin and Reese Show and they probably spent 20 minutes discussing 4th and 26. While it was an amazing play, he still lives off this one moment. During his tenure in Philadelphia he had a poor career and is known for two great plays and a great game against the Vikings in the playoffs. Other than that, he was all talk and blames his failures on Donovan McNabb. At any rate, Freddie Mitchell is now appearing on Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker. FredEx believe it or not, still has some money despite only lasting four years in the NFL. Freddie Mitchell, who claims he earned $5 million while playing, appeared on Millionaire Matchmaker Tuesday night.

Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' Condition Improving

Gabrielle Giffords is beginning a miraculous recovery and doing extremely well considering the trauma she suffered. Dr. Michael Lemole, chief of neurosurgery at University Medical Center in Tucson said she is breathing on despite having breathing tubes in place. Lemole said the tubes are in place to prevent pneumonia, but she is able to generate her own breaths. He made it a point to say she "shouldn't look this good" after being shot in the head. She's not out of the woods yet, but has already defied the odds to just make it this far. Doctors are now saying the odds of her survival are 100%.