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Not Good For Business

Written by Rudy on October 26, 2012 - 8:45 am -

This Rudy Report is coming to you live from Mexico where Rudy is trying to find out if there are as many illegal Americans in the country as there are illegal Mexicans in the US, today on "National Sleep-In Day." When you have a product to sell, make sure that you earn the trust of your customers through credibility and quality. Superior service means nothing if your product isn't good enough. Here is an example...

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Due to Rudy's travels, we are publishing the reduced version, and will be back with a full report on Monday, November 5th.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Miikka Kirpusoff, Monta Ellis, Bob Golic, Francisco Liriano, and Swiss skiing star Martina Schild. On this day in 1905, Norway became independent from Sweden. Have a great weekend, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but find out who the tallest and shortest US Presidents were in the Random Fact section!

Keeping The Peace

Written by Rudy on October 25, 2012 - 8:16 am -

On November 11th, the Rudy Report will celebrate its online anniversary, marking four years of the website and almost one thousand reports (in addition to thousands before the web age), which is nice, today on "National Denim Day." As you know, the Rudy Report being part of both the United States and the European Union (as well as the world) did win the Nobel Peace Prize this year. It's a great honor that would have not been possible without the help of our proprietary "Peace Team"...

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Due to Rudy's travels, we are publishing the reduced version, and will be back with a full report on Tuesday, October 30th.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Pedro Martinez, Bobby Knight, Shaun Wright-Phillips, and Finnish sprinting sensation Markus Poeyhoenen. On this day in 1964, Anton Geesink became the first non-Japanese winner of an Olympic gold medal in judo. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but learn something fascinating about US Presidents that you did not know for sure in the Random Fact section!

Where You Are

Written by Rudy on October 24, 2012 - 6:55 am -

The Rudy Report would like to remind you that there are only two months until Christmas, or approximately two months to the other obscure holidays of your choice, counted from today on "National Crazy Day." Do you ever feel so busy that you wish you could split yourself in half and do multiple things at once in different places? You don't? Just go with the idea for now. So how do you know where you are? The people from Apple Maps have the solution...

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The World Series between the Detroit Tigers and the San Francisco Giants is beginning tonight. In the UEFA Champions League, Bayern Munich beat French club Lille, which surrendered in the early minutes of the game. Chelsea lost on the road against Donezk. Other than that, it was a quiet sports day with few surprises.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Wayne Rooney, Brian Vickers, Corey Dillon, Christoph Daum, Roman Abramovich, Dave Blaney, and West Indian cricket legend Ian Bishop. On this day in 1945, the United Nations were founded. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something about New York that you did not know for sure in the Random Fact section!

Holding On - The owners of Premier League club Manchester United have made it clear that they will hold on to the team for the long run, despite sale rumors. Read here.

Below Budget - A new estimate finds that the 2012 Summer Olympics in London will probably come in $600 million below budget, due to some transportation and security cost savings. Read here.

Front Row

Written by Rudy on October 23, 2012 - 7:10 am -

You have to be careful reading this Rudy Report, because it contains more information than Wikipedia and Google combined, so read one sentence at a time, today on "National Mole Day." While other reports and websites are very impersonal, the Rudy Report cares about almost all of its readers. The special attention that you get is quite unique. With us, you will always sit in the front row! You deserve it, so sit back and relax...

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There were as many games in the NLCS series between San Francisco and St. Louis as Lance Armstrong has Tour de France titles... Oh wait... Anyways, in Game 7, the Giants crushed the Cardinals to advance to the World Series, where they will face Detroit. And, on Monday Night Football, Chicago had an easy victory against the Detroit Lions.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Alex Zanardi, Al Leiter, Doug Flutie, Chi-Chi Rodriguez, and Chinese table tennis sensation Wang Nan. On this day in 2001, Apple announced the iPod. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but learn something pretty cool about an inventor in the Random Fact section!

The Budget Question - A new report details the trade-off that the Yankees have to face between reducing payroll and fielding a competitive team. Read here.

Posing

Written by Rudy on October 22, 2012 - 12:46 pm -

New statistics show that the Rudy Report is now more popular than Alex Rodriguez, Bashar al-Assad, and Lance Armstrong combined, which is nice, today on "National Knee Day." In a recent report, we were talking about the right moment for a photo op. Well, not just the right moment is important. The correct pose matters as well!

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The Formula One race in New Jersey is on hold for another year due to planning issues. Not bad given the traffic situation at the New Jersey turnpike... In the NFL, the New York Giants beat Washington, while the Jets almost beat the Patriots, but lost in overtime. In baseball, San Francisco won against St. Louis, forcing a Game 7 tonight, that will decide which team makes the World Series. And, in the Premier League, Chelsea beat Tottenham, while ManU, ManCity, and Liverpool won their respective games. Arsenal lost against Norwich.

The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Heath Miller, Ichiro Suzuki, Ron Tugnutt, Brian Boitano, Arsene Wenger, Otis Smith, and Dutch swimming sensation Mark van der Zijden. On this day in 1939, the first NFL game ever, Eagles versus Dodgers, was broadcast on television. Have a great week, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something somewhat interesting about chess in the Random Fact section!

Final Cornerstone - The New York Giants and Jets have signed SAP and EMC, which together will be the last companies to become cornerstone sponsors of MetLife Stadium. Read here.