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Blogwar at Martini o'clock starring two guys who don't back down for nobody -- Martini Republic & blogging.la. It started here in the comment section, continued here and went over here. Even the word "pussy" has been used. Downtown Los Angeles Central City East Blogger takes note.

A few days earlier: Martini Republic vs. LA Times regarding KTLA's Stephanie Edwards not doing the Rose Parade.

LA Times' Joel Stein vs. his readers: "DON'T E-MAIL me... I don't want to talk to you; I want to talk at you." If you want to e-mail Stein, his e-mail is jstein@latimescolumnists.com.

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Caroline on Crack vs. Fred 62: I Love You I Hate You I Love You.

LAPD vs. Crime: "preliminary statistics for 2006 show the City’s crime rate has dropped for a fifth straight year." Perhaps locals are possibly either better at ducking or the perps are becoming worse shots

Apple vs. Cell Phone Market: "Currently just over 20% of Americans 12+ (about 50 million) own an Apple product - within 18 months of the introduction of a new iPod phone, Apple's footprint can increase to over 30% according to forecasts based on the study."

Photo of a Rose Parade Rabbit Eye by Peggy Archer