Daily Archives: September 15, 2010
This from Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire:
- Dodd: Congress Could Defund Consumer Bureau Over Warren Interim Appointment (huffingtonpost.com)
- White House Considers Appointment of Elizabeth Warren as Interim CFPB Director (news.firedoglake.com)
- Elizabeth Warren: Rumors indicate an interim appointment to CFPB Director slot (crooksandliars.com)
We’re moving closer to opening and I still haven’t seen the whole show in sequence… therefore the light cues are not set. I’ve got all of the playing areas covered with pools of light… it’s when to switch them on and off (dimmers, of course) and how to group them that haven’t yet been decided.
The cast is doing notes in the middle of rehearsal right now, so I can write this instead of watching where they are moving on the stage. I have about a page of notes so far to reposition some lights… but I understand the Director is changing her scenery concept and it will be going in soon and that will affect the position of lights.
OK… she’s starting up again… back to work
“If he already knows what pleases him and he can please himself, then why am I in the picture?”
“[P]ublic records show O’Donnell has no steady income, no savings, no investments and owns no property. She rents a room out of her campaign office, which is a town home in a residential community.”
Shortly after dropping a gender-discrimination suit against her former employer, a conservative printing firm that fired her for misusing company resources, she began her Senate run. She is also facing an IRS lien for $11,000 in unpaid taxes.
Take a look at the NY Magazine article that I’m printing the opening paragraph of and you’ll see what I mean (just her notion of what “carbon dating” means is pretty outrageous.) Delaware has always appeared to be a small but advanced State, well ensconced in the 21st Century… now it has an opportunity to go in reverse direction.
clipped from: nymag.com
GOP’s Delaware Senate Nominee Christine O’Donnell Not a Big Fan of EvolutionChristine O’Donnell won’t have to lie about this Senate race. She won the Republican nomination for the Senate in Delaware fair and square, against a much more experienced, much more moderate, much more respected opponent, nine-term congressman and former governor Mike Castle. Now that she’s the nominee, the Republican Party will likely abandon the woman the chairman of the Delaware GOP recently said “could not be elected dog catcher.” Perhaps, in addition to all the things that have already come out about O’Donnell — tax questions, misuse of campaign funds, a trail of lies, some interesting thoughts on masturbation — they know how much remains left uncovered. Such as that, on March 30 of 1996, in her role as the spokeswoman for the Concerned Women of America, O’Donnell debated the merits of evolution on CNN, and she was not a fan.
Read the rest HERE.
- Victorious Christine O’Donnell Feuds with Sore Loser Karl Rove [Primaries] (gawker.com)
- Christine O’Donnell Wins Delaware Primary Election (nowpublic.com)
- BRYAN PRESTON OFFERS Some Friendly, Unsolicited Advice for the Delaware GOP. “Christine O’Donnell’s… (pajamasmedia.com)
- Masturbation-Hater Christine O’Donnell Wins Senate Primary [Primary Colors] (jezebel.com)
Good Morning. I’m organizing my records of medications and other appointments before having my first appointment this morning with Dr. Khan, a Neurologist, over in Hagerstown. This was another one of the doctors set up by my GP, Dr. Kugler, to try to get to the bottom of my momentary lapses of spoken language control (which has gone on for several years and, although I’ve brought it up with Kugler visit after visit, the increase in occurrences has finally made him think this is something to look into.)
Friday I go to Washington County Hospital for a T.E.E. test after I do the morning radio show with John Case. Elly is driving me over, since I have to take a sedative and won’t be able to drive after it. After the test I have some days off from medical stuff, then I have, in October, blood tests and doctors’ appointments and a CAT scan. Then maybe they’ll find out what’s wrong and we can do something about it.
Onward and upward!