Wednesday, May 24, 2006


I've had a long day of watching movies based on Marvel comics written by the one and only Stan Lee. It started off with X-Men, then the 2004 sequel, X2: X-Men United. Then, this evening on the WB, I decided on DareDevil since my brother wanted to watch that crap on FOX which I still believe is a disgrace to musicians. You know what's worse: more people voted for some stupid reality show then for their own representation in Congress, or even the president! That and "Jaywalking" shows how bad the state, the true state, of America is right now. In case you were wondering, I haven't made the decision on whether or not I decide to watch Hulk on Sci Fi tomorrow night. It's on from 9-midnight eastern time--which means we'd have to miss the news (Like I watch the 11 PM news anyway during the school year?!?) What's sad is my brother owns three CDs (Avril, Elton's new "Candle in the Wind", and the Evita soundtrack), and I am confused as to how he got hooked on this stupid show.

On Monday, the Boston Red Sox won 9-5 with Curt Schilling picking up his 7th win of the season. Manny Ramirez went yard for the Red Sox. Yesterday the Red Sox lost to the Yankees 7-5. Manny Ramirez went yard again for the Sox. Today, the Sox lost 8-6 and Matt Clement picked up the loss. Ramirez hit two out and Youkilis hit one also.

What goes on at the Second City Training Center? I might not be able to confirm all that right now but rest assured, I will in due time. I just need to take care of the post-high school acting course but there's some elections that need to be taken care of first. Even at that, Chicago is an expensive city to live in.

Evan Bayh got a taste of Iowa again.

Is Senator Chris Dodd considering a run for the Oval Office? If he does, I wonder how many Kentucky officials would endorse him given the fact that he went to the Brandeis Law School.

The fact that Elaine Carlson is no longer running for Congres means that current Rep. Ben Chandler could possibly make a silent run for governor in 2007. Nothing is for certain quite yet but the field will play out as it plays out. Of course, we need to focus on midterm elections first.

The 2008 hopefuls will have their immigration voting record looked at only because this president and Republicans want to make it an issue.
Meanwhile, Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh (D) said he would vote for the legislation to send it to conference with the House. "I would be inclined to vote on something that would go to a conference committee," he said, but he pointed out that amendments can change the nature of the bill.
How did Gen. Michael Hayden pass the Intelligence Cmte.? Those opposing the nomination included Senators Russ Feingold (D-WI), Evan Bayh (D-IN), and Ron Wyden (D-OR).

Michael M. Adler, Chairman and CEO of Adler Group in Florida, is the new NJDC National Chairman.

A Vermont station nowhere close to the 1st district of New Hampshire picked up on this.

I'm getting kicked off now and will blog some more tomorrow.

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