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For more information about D3Publisher,please visit: Sector(R) is a registered trademark of Digital Extremes. All othertrademarks are the property of their respective owners and used withpermission. (Jeopardy music)Time is up! Here is the answer:Jimmie Johnson! Jimmie Johnson! Jimmie Johnson!AgreeThe only opportunity to make this chase interesting was for No. 48 not get collected in that wreck is just amazing, he was in the top 20 when it happened, the NASCAR gods must be looking after him.Well at least we know who the champion is for the 2009 season, there is no doubt about that.After watching the driver interviews, one common sentiment came to the surface, the drivers are not happy with NASCAR.But life does go on and this chase is over.The sixth place finish by Jimmie Johnson is as good as a win, the spinning is over.Congratulation Jimmie Johnson! You are the man.. WASHINGTON, Jan 15 (Reuters) - The top Republican on theSenate Finance Committee said on Thursday he was not aware ofany Republicans who planned to vote against Timothy Geithner tohead the Treasury department over his failure to pay payrolltaxes. Bonds "From talking to my colleagues on the Republican side, andI haven't talked to all of them... I have not found people whoare going to vote against him based upon just the income taxissue," Charles Grassley told National Public Radio in aninterview (Writing by Ross Colvin) Bonds.
VIENNA, Jan 15 (Reuters) - The OSCE has put forward a new proposal on its mission deploying observers in Georgia and hopes to have a reaction from Moscow in the next five weeks, the organisation's new chair said on Thursday. 1 after Russia refused to extend the existing mandate because of a dispute over the status of pro-Russian region, South Ossetia. "The Greek chair has put a proposal forward," Greece's Dora Bakoyannis, the OSCE chair, told a news conference "We are waiting to have the first reaction ... it is still at a drafting stage." She said she would be visiting Moscow on Wednesday and the OSCE would spare no effort in making sure the mission could remain in Georgia. "For the moment we have some first positive reactions," she said. She would not elaborate on the proposal but said it was the OSCE's goal to have decision before Feb.
Moscow wants to split up the international democracy and human rights group's mission in Georgia to reflect Russia's recognition of South Ossetia as an independent state after quashing Georgia's bid to retake separatist territory. Although the OSCE mission started shutting down at the beginning of the year, Bakoyannis said mission staff were still at work and the 28 military monitors continue to patrol for now.(Reporting by Sylvia Westall; editing by Elizabeth Piper) Russia Russia. Despite early season injury woes to two of their "big three", the Washington Wizards have gotten off to a strong start to their 2009-10 season. The Wizards began their season by stunning the Dallas Mavericks on the road, 102-91, behind 29 points and nine assists from Gilbert Arenas. Returning east, Washington couldn't keep up with the young Atlanta Hawks squad, losing by 11, but rebounded nicely by impressing a lively Verizon Center home crowd with a dominating performance over the New Jersey Nets, 123-104. Though the season is still very young, Wizards faithful can rest easy knowing that they won't have to rely on the output of Arenas, Caron Butler, and Antawn Jamison alone to have a legitimate shot at a successful campaign. Forward Andray Blatche is off to the best start of his career, averaging 21 points, 6.3 boards and over a block per outing. In the Wizards' home debut, Blatche was a force to be reckoned with as he went 15-18 from the field en route to a 30 point performance. If Blatche can sustain anything remotely close to what he has shown through the first three games of the season for an extended stretch, the Wizards will leapfrog into the discussion from "average playoff team" to possible contender in the eastern conference. Not to be overlooked are the performances of newcomers Mike Miller and Randy Foye. Miller, a 10th year veteran, has brought consistency to the lineup.