Monday, February 28, 2011
Sorry Charlie, but only the best tasting tuna get to be brain fried. Get a Brain Scan, you numb skull, while you have enough brain fragments left to comprehend what has gone missing.
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Rape Victims are charged for their rape detection kits, then must navigate endless bureaucracies to get reimbursed.
I am just flummoxed that state agencies actually charge rape victims for their rape detection kits, then force the rape victim to search out reimbursement through a myriad of state bureaucracies. This is the kind of thing that republican politicians should be against to balance out some of their other deranged views on social issues.
On the other hand, I was a crime victim once and was told the state of California victims act would foot the hospital and emergency room bill. That agency then rejected a claim from the Los Angeles ambulance that took me to the emergency room, so the Los Angeles ambulance agency dinged my credit rating.
Posted by Alessandro Machi at 1:52 AM
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Saturday, February 12, 2011
The DLC, a Clinton stronghold in the 90's, can't find funding. The present White House is helping to kill it as well.
This is pretty big news. The DLC is sputtering, and that is what is wrong with America these days.
How serious is this, consider we may be looking at 6 more years of presidential do nothingness if Obama is re elected, or 4 years of political gridlock if Sarah Palin is elected.
Friday, February 4, 2011
Mubarak should walk among the protestors, then invite a handful of the protestors into his government to monitor the transition.
Mubarak should walk among the protestors, talk to them, hear them, be with them. Mubarak should then invite a few of the protestors into his government for the transition that is to take place over the next several months.
Posted by Alessandro Machi at 12:23 AM
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Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Egypt President Announcement - ABC News Reporter Christiane Amanpour shows why women don't get the credit that men do when in dangerous situations.
Christine Amanpour is backed against a wall by Mubarik supporters while reporting on the unrest in Egypt.
This ABC News Niteline Clip aired Tuesday Night, Feb. 1, 2011. By clicking on the arrow, watching the 30 second commercial, you can then highlight the timeline and advance the video to two specific timeline points.
The first timeline point is 2 minutes and 10 seconds, and the second timeline point is 6 minutes and 15 seconds.
At each of these two timeline points, see the dangerous situation that Amanpour was in, and see how gracefully Amanpour handled the situation. The result is, business as usual. If this had been a male reporter, is it possible that the confrontations might have been more physical, and that would have become part of the story?
Just 11 hours after that report aired last night, Amanpour's news car was reported to have been attacked by pro Mubarik supporters.
Posted by Alessandro Machi at 11:45 AM
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