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Whole Foods' reputation for being pricey earned it the nickname "Whole Paycheck," but the grocery chain, which specializes in organic fare, does offer some deals. If you need to run in to pick up a specialty item, you can expect several Whole Foods products to be competitively priced, according to Gina Briles, a writer for Cheapism.com who has researched Whole Foods price comparisons.

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Horse Racing: Today at Del Mar, Sept. 5

TODAY AT DEL MAR by Richard Eng Post Time 2:05 p.m. Race 1 – 1 mile (turf, rail at 12 feet), Purse $70,000, Maiden special weights, 2-year-olds 3 Osceola Pond – Chase a lone speed last time in Rare Candy who is in race 6 tonight; gets a better post to save some ground and stalk the early pace under Gary Stevens. 4 Ring Collector – I sniff something when the meet leading rider jumps on a horse that ran awful in debut; it was in slop on dirt, has pedigree to handle the grass. Long Shot – 7 Scatastrophe Race 2 – 6 furlongs, Purse $26,000, Claiming $12,500, Fillies and mares, 3-year-olds and up 7 Two Step Flor – Might seem like the Rafael Bejarano show daily, but he has good competition in the Del Mar jocks room; wins and drops in class, your move. 2 Papaslilprincess – If you draw a line thru her last turf race, her resume will look better; there isn't much in here, she has some strong dirt races buried in the past. Long Shot – 6 Rosewhitenblue Race 3 – 1 mile (turf, rail at 12 feet), Purse $78,000, Optional claiming $80,000, Fillies and mares, 3-year-olds and up 1 Majestic Heat – Gets major class relief from the Grade 1 Del Mar Oaks for this condition race; love the rail draw in a 2-turn mile, will save all of the ground. 5 Indecise – The biggest story late in the meet has been the hot riding of Frenchman Flavien Prat; he reminds me of Julien Leparoux, but more aggressive early on. Long Shot – 7 Handful Race 4 – 1 mile, Purse $23,000, Maiden claiming $20,000, Fillies and mares, 3-year-olds and up 10 It Girl – Was given a test drive under the girl apprentice in last, now switch to Rafael Bejarano for the money shot; need not be much in an awful looking field. 7 Bayonet – Another taking an enormous class drop in search of victory; you'll see this at the end of Del Mar because racing shifts to Los Alamitos after this. Long Shot – 2 Warren's Purrfect Race 5 – 5 ½ furlongs, Purse $70,000, Maiden special weights, 2-year-olds 6 Arabian Leopard – Trainer Bob Baffert has an uncoupled entry in here so caveat emptor; this one cost $575K by Scat Daddy and has been working well in the a.m. 11 Justin Squared – This is the other Bob Baffert baby who drew in off the also eligible list; your edge over me is seeing the tote action on the many FTS. Long Shot – 7 Tristan's Trilogy Race 6 – 1 mile (turf, rail at 12 feet), $100,000 Del Mar Juvenile Turf, 2-year-olds 1 I'malreadythere – This is not a ship and win candidate, but a private purchase for the Jerry Hollendorfer barn; he is deadly with these South Florida acquisitions. 10 Tiz a Billy – When I see the meet leading rider jumping to ride a maiden in a stakes race, that raises my eyebrows; leap of faith in Rafael Bejarano decision. Long Shot – 3 Hollywood Don Race 7 – 7 furlongs, Purse $72,000, Optional claiming $40,000, 3-year-olds and up 6 Rockport Kat – Went from zero to 60 MPH in last in a devastating victory; it was also a key race as he dusted Skelton Pass who won next time out. 5 New Summit – Despite his descending Beyer speed figures, he was able to eke out a win last time; I like the angle that he is capable of running faster tonight. Long Shot – 3 J Serino Race 8 – 1 mile (turf, rail at 12 feet), Purse $72,000, Allowance, Fillies and mares, 3-year-olds and up 5 Tiz a Kiss – I really needed her to win last time and she just missed by a few inches; gets reunited with Kent Desormeaux to try and find the winner's circle. 8 Spirit of Ten – I'm a big Philip D'Amato fan so I will put him on my ticket whenever his horses look live; this filly has won two straight since being claimed. Long Shot – 3 Warren's Jen Fizz Race 9 – 7 furlongs, $300,000 Del Mar Debutante, Fillies, 2-year-olds 3 Pretty N Cool – This could easily be a preview of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies; trainer Bob Baffert has talked this one up since the start of the meet. 11 Songbird – Her debut MSW win was special, but she runs into a real buzzsaw today in Pretty N Cool; will be interesting to see how the jockeys play cat and mouse. Long Shot – 5 Surfside Tiara Race 10 – 1 1/8th miles (turf, rail at 12 feet), Purse $75,000, Optional claiming $62,500, 3-year-olds and up 4 Texas Ryano – Has been nibbling at the edges and now trainer Carla Gaines switches to the hot riding Flavien Prat; horses run for him and his timing is impeccable. 5 Atomic Rule – She has gotten good all of a sudden for trainer Tim McCanna; these shippers from Golden Gate have had a tremendous run during the Del Mar meeting. Long Shot – 9 Zuri Chop Race 11 – 6 furlongs, Purse $22,000, Claiming $16,000, 3-year-olds and up 7 Formally Wild – When you drop down from a first level allowance to this $16K, it's like running off a cliff and going straight down; might as well win the purse too. 5 Ain't Misbehavin – Drop downs at the end of Del Mar are strictly money grabs at the rich purses; there is no big loss in turning over this kind of stock to try and win. Long Shot – 3 Cowtownmary Best Bet - 7 Two Step Flor (race 2) Del Mar Friday - Picks/Winners/Mutuels, 14/2/$8.80; Long Shots, 7/2/$18.00; Best Bet, 1/1/$3.20 Del Mar Totals - 623/146/$987.80; Long Shots, 307/45/$561.40; Best Bets, 36/15/$63.00 SIMULCAST PLAY OF THE DAY - #5 Mylute (15/1) in race 10 at Saratoga. For scoring purposes, we'll make a hypothetical $2 win, place and show bet, $6 total. On Friday, Comet Sixty Two ran third at Saratoga paying $3.30 to show. Stats - 132/90/$682.20; Follow him on Twitter: @richeng4propick

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Hey, look! The Nevada System of Higher Education released a report funded by taxpayers! Of course, this report wouldn't have been necessary if the system had released a previous report funded by taxpayers. Or if the members of the Nevada Board of Regents were interested in addressing obvious efforts by Chancellor Dan Klaich and his staff to protect their office from outside criticism and governance reforms that would have reduced their power — and perhaps made colleges better.

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