April 29, 2010

Right Network Premiering Reality Show About Six Newbie Politicians Running For Congress
— Ace

Well, at least some of them are running for Congress. One guy is running for... Nancy Pelosi's seat.

Also over there, a trailer for Evan Sayet's Right 2 Laugh comedy show, which seems to be stand-up from conservative-leaning comics.

If you like Sayet -- and remember, he's the guy who did this viral "How Modern Liberals Think" speech -- he's got a Right 2 Laugh stand-up show (him and a posse of conservative comics) at JR's Comedy Club in LA this Sunday.

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1

I'm assuming that the human piece of shit called Bill Maher won't be auditioning for the comedy show.

Posted by: conscious, but incoherent and not funny at April 29, 2010 03:20 PM (YVZlY)

2 "Your boys can swim..."

Really... you had to say that, did you?

Posted by: enoxo at April 29, 2010 03:21 PM (NH3wr)

3
I hope they use some of our ideas we came up with. After all, it's what the viewers would want.

Posted by: Dynomutt After Dark at April 29, 2010 03:22 PM (v77ig)

4

Never watched Survivor

Never watched American Idol

Never watched {Insert craptastic reality tv show here*}

This one I may have to check out.

 

* full disclosure--I did watch Growing up Gotti and I have seen 2 epi's of The Jersey Shore. There's something about watching mobbed up guidos so retarded, so lame-brained, and in so in need of subtitles  that makes me giggle.

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 03:24 PM (afj4W)

5
he played for the 'Skins?

Posted by: Dynomutt After Dark at April 29, 2010 03:26 PM (k9Ti8)

6 he played for the 'Skins?

Posted by: Dynomutt After Dark at April 29, 2010 08:26 PM (k9Ti

Yes he did, he lives in eastern Washington and is running against Patty Murray.

Posted by: robtr at April 29, 2010 03:27 PM (fwSHf)

7
oh, you mean The Imbecile Who Wore Tennis Shoes?

Posted by: Dynomutt After Dark at April 29, 2010 03:29 PM (v77ig)

8 I once just missed Evan opening for a guy I know — missed on purpose, because I didn't recognize his name, and comedians suck. A few smokers out by the ticket booth were loudly offended by the set he'd just done. I knew he must have done some kind of not-lefty thing, because the loudest dude said, "I mean, there's educated people in here! What the fuck?!" That's funny.

("RightNetwork," get a name.)

Posted by: oblig. at April 29, 2010 03:31 PM (x7Ao8)

9 Dick-shanked


Sorry. .Ace used that term earlier..thought it needed a little more exposure.

Posted by: beerologist at April 29, 2010 03:32 PM (tgXx6)

10
again I have to bring it up...

Funny how Comedy Central canceled Collin Quinn's show TOUGH CROWD with the comics discussing politics and current events, isn't it?

The liberal comics used to get their asses kicked by the not-liberal comics, every night.

Posted by: Dynomutt After Dark at April 29, 2010 03:32 PM (k9Ti8)

11 oh, you mean The Imbecile Who Wore Tennis Shoes?

Posted by: Dynomutt After Dark at April 29, 2010 08:29 PM (v77ig)

yup, the mom in tennis shoes.

Posted by: robtr at April 29, 2010 03:36 PM (fwSHf)

12 Hope they can handle hecklers.

Tough Crowd was a pretty good show.  This network (can't yet bring myself to say it's name) should bring it back.

Posted by: whatever at April 29, 2010 03:37 PM (XIXhw)

13 Never watched {Insert craptastic reality tv show here*} I haven't actually watched TV at all in about three years. It wasn't something I set out to do; my TV broke and I took my time getting another one. I got in a fight with the cable company, canceled the service...and never reconnected it. I've got an HDTV hooked up to my PS3, but I use it mostly to play DVDs and stream video from my computer. I have DSL at home, which is fast enough to Hulu anything that looks interesting. Frankly, I think that DVD television sets are the greatest thing ever. I just got my full 8-season set of The Andy Griffith Show, and I'm in hog-heaven. No commercials, I can watch the eps in order, and the quality is the best I've ever seen.

Posted by: Monty at April 29, 2010 03:38 PM (O3eFQ)

14 Oy. I'm worried about this network, that it'll end up like An American Carol or The Half-Hour News Hour. Tons of money poured in, lots of conservative PR, and then failure. Failure inevitably rubbed in our faces by the left.

Posted by: Benson at April 29, 2010 03:43 PM (qzcNU)

15 I wonder if any "name" comics will show their conservatism openly?Isn't it sad that people are afraid to reveal something so normal?

Posted by: steevy at April 29, 2010 03:44 PM (Kbowm)

16

Right on, Monty.

I idly threat cancelling Directv but I suck and have no spine. Every month I watch the bill being auto-credited and I just sigh.

Then again, I  the jock in me can't live without ESPN, the nerd in me can't be without C-Span, and the basket-case in me can't deal without the occasional Lifetime Movie Network flick.

But I keep hoping they make good on their promise to someday go a la carte.

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 03:45 PM (afj4W)

17 15 Who cares?Conservatives dominate rado and Fox News kicks ass.They laugh about minor shit you bring up "Air America".

Posted by: steevy at April 29, 2010 03:45 PM (Kbowm)

18 10 Dick-shanked


Sorry. .Ace used that term earlier..thought it needed a little more exposure.


Absolutely!  Expose away!  (do you have videos?)

Posted by: SEC workers at April 29, 2010 03:46 PM (4y0YU)

19

Never watched Survivor

Never watched American Idol

Never watched {Insert craptastic reality tv show here*}

Yeah.  But what's the new one with the three 16 year old spoiled rotten brats in LA?

Posted by: FUBAR at April 29, 2010 03:47 PM (1fanL)

20 18. I just inevitably feel bad for the conservatives who tried to create a successful product, poured in their own money, and then...failure. Then it's lauded.

Posted by: Benson at April 29, 2010 03:47 PM (qzcNU)

21 Monty:
The old stuff can be great.  But after I stopped watching (maybe 7-8 years ago in my case) and I find yourself forced to watch contemporary TV - it is almost unbearable.  The same little post-modern morality plays, the same seven or eight scripts, over and over. 

Posted by: Skookumchuk at April 29, 2010 03:47 PM (btzPD)

22 Posted by: Skookumchuk at April 29, 2010 08:47 PM (btzPD)

Military Channel.
Military History Channel.
History Channel.
NatGeo.

Posted by: FUBAR at April 29, 2010 03:50 PM (1fanL)

23

Yeah.  But what's the new one with the three 16 year old spoiled rotten brats in LA?

I dunno. But if they're chicks, something tells me you'll DVR it

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 03:50 PM (afj4W)

24 This just in: Juan Williams + Driver's Seat = Massive Train Wreck

Posted by: conscious, but incoherent and not funny at April 29, 2010 03:52 PM (YVZlY)

25

laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 08:45 PM (afj4W)

Do you watch Booktv on CSPAN2, lacey?

I used to watch it a lot. Back in the day, it was one of the few places you could actually see conservatives speaking about their ideas.

Posted by: Dack Thrombosis at April 29, 2010 03:52 PM (P33XN)

26 the jock in me can't live without ESPN, the nerd in me can't be without C-Span

I know I've streamed live C-Span...

ESPN streams a bunch of live events, but they have to have a deal with your broadband provider.  (Got to stream a bunch of Iowa State games this year that were only shown on Iowa cable...woo-hoo!)

I expect the $75 or so I spent going out to watch the Colts on Monday and Thursday nights this season was less than a year of basic cable (have no idea what cable costs, haven't had it since 2006).

Posted by: HeatherRadish at April 29, 2010 03:52 PM (OkT2m)

27 But I keep hoping they make good on their promise to someday go a la carte. I think the only thing holding back ala carte right now is relatively slow broadband. If/when the ISPs start to offer gigabit links to the home, network-based programming is dead and gone. Studios can simply offer packages themselves without going through a network (or will simply use a network for branding rather than distribution). Look at what happened to music: albums were the only way to make money for a long time (45 singles lost money, as a rule), but in the digital age, single songs are the default format. You don't have to drop fifteen bucks on a crappy album to get the one song you want -- you just spend a buck on the one song. For practical purposes, this is what the DVD sets offer -- my 8-season set (240 eps or so) runs at about 50 cents per episode. At some point the studios are going to offer cafeteria plans ($100 a year gives you unlimited access to movies and TV shows more than 10 years old, say). Hulu is the leading edge of that revolution, but as soon as broadband speeds go up, it's going to be the default model.

Posted by: Monty at April 29, 2010 03:53 PM (O3eFQ)

28 I stick to sports and video games, haven't watched a sitcom since seinfeld.

Posted by: dananjcon at April 29, 2010 03:53 PM (j81Cq)

29

History Channel.

Most of the time I find myself throwing things at the tv when I watch this channel.  They did have an interesting show on last week though about how the state lines were drawn.

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 03:53 PM (afj4W)

30 Ari David is in this video.  He's running against Waxman.  He's honestly a conservative.  Please check him out and send him some love.  Please.  I live in Waxman's district, and the man needs to be sent home.

Posted by: Deborah at April 29, 2010 03:54 PM (CncR1)

31 It's just TV.
It's just comedy.

I don't see the need to self-ghettoize.

Posted by: el Z Ryan at April 29, 2010 03:55 PM (cMo6P)

32

I dunno. But if they're chicks, something tells me you'll DVR it

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 08:50 PM (afj4W)

They're chicks, but either they're exceptionally annoying or I'm getting too mature for my own good.

Posted by: FUBAR at April 29, 2010 03:56 PM (1fanL)

33

Do you watch Booktv on CSPAN2, lacey?

I do, yes.....in horror

No,  every now and again they'll have someone on I can tolerate. I think the last person I saw on there that I watched all the way through was Malkin when Culture of Corruption came out.

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 03:56 PM (afj4W)

34 Ace, my compliments on your post. You obviously put much more time and effort into this than Monty did for his post. And before you ban me, you should consider all the time I put into this comment.

Posted by: bergerbilder at April 29, 2010 03:57 PM (S1Ttj)

35

Most of the time I find myself throwing things at the tv when I watch this channel.  They did have an interesting show on last week though about how the state lines were drawn.

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 08:53 PM (afj4W)

Yeah, I was gonna say you have to be careful with NatGeo and History, but the military channels are always good.  The interviews with the WW2 vets just kill me.  There's a Pearl Harbor show where they ask one what he was doing the morning of the attack, and he says "I was in bed with a beautiful blonde."

Posted by: FUBAR at April 29, 2010 03:59 PM (1fanL)

36

I live in Waxman's district

Oh.Dear.God. May I send you a gift basket of apologies? No one should have to endure the PigMan.

 

And FUBAR, that was rhetorical right. Am I supposed to answer??

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 03:59 PM (afj4W)

37


Clint Didier was a helluva TE.  When he was in the game with Donnie Warren you had two of the best blocking tight-ends in NFL history on the field together at the same time giving the Hogs a seven man offensive line that your great grandmother could have ran behind.

Posted by: Blazer at April 29, 2010 04:00 PM (t72+4)

38 Hey folks a friend o mine just gave me History channels Victory at sea CD set as well as A&E's world at war. Before I watch these multi CD sets, are they full of revisionist blather or are they worthy of my time?

Posted by: dananjcon at April 29, 2010 04:00 PM (j81Cq)

39 the military channels are always good.

The exception, generally.

Posted by: Skookumchuk at April 29, 2010 04:00 PM (btzPD)

40

And FUBAR, that was rhetorical right. Am I supposed to answer??

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 08:59 PM (afj4W)

Of course it was.  No reply necessary.  Maybe just acknowledgment of my world-class wit.

Posted by: FUBAR at April 29, 2010 04:02 PM (1fanL)

41 I don't see the need to self-ghettoize.

I was unaware the major networks were offering conservative-friendly programming.

Hell, I'd be happy if major networks fiction shows could just stop bashing Sarah Palin as throw-away "funny" lines.

Posted by: HeatherRadish at April 29, 2010 04:02 PM (OkT2m)

42

This just in: Juan Williams + Driver's Seat = Massive Train Wreck

 

Ugh! You ain't kidding!

Posted by: S'norin desert at April 29, 2010 04:02 PM (vLwYg)

43 I've got an HDTV hooked up to my PS3, but I use it mostly to play DVDs and stream video from my computer.

I stick to sports and video games, haven't watched a sitcom since seinfeld.


I just reload this site all day long.

Posted by: The War Between the Undead States at April 29, 2010 04:03 PM (T7G3R)

44 I just reload this site all day long.


What the guy who underlines his name so it won't get past the stupid comment poster said.

Posted by: FUBAR at April 29, 2010 04:05 PM (1fanL)

45

Maybe just acknowledgment of my world-class wit.

Okay I'll say that..... rhetorically as well.

Posted by: laceyunderalls at April 29, 2010 04:06 PM (afj4W)

46 Ace, can we include the Secretariat trailer?   I'm a horse racing fan....
I rank him up there with the 1980 Olympic Hockey Team....
When he won the triple crown in 1973 America needed a hero, we were drowning in Watergate and Nixon, two months before Nixon resigned Secretariat won the triple crown, America needed him....
I give you .....The Belmont Stakes....1973.....Secretariat owned the world....

Posted by: curious at April 29, 2010 04:07 PM (p302b)

47 I watch everything online. Netflicks, cast.tv, and tvduck. Comercials  and schedules just piss me off.

Posted by: di butler, dead or alive at April 29, 2010 04:09 PM (S3xX1)

48 danajon...Victory at Sea would make you believe that the WWII Allies were a force for good bent on the domination of evil tyrannical facist enemies. Watch it at your own peril.

Posted by: torabora at April 29, 2010 04:09 PM (cjGPk)

49 Hell, I'd be happy if major networks fiction shows could just stop bashing Sarah Palin as throw-away "funny" lines. Did you ever notice that "topical issues" were pretty rare in shows back in the day? You never heard Jack Lord tee off on LBJ or Nixon in Hawaii Five-O; and even WKRP In Cinncinnati didn't bust on Carter as a rule. It's dumb, and it really kills a sitcom later on. I'm a fan of Married With Children but a lot of that "topical" late-80's/early-90's humor is even lamer now than it was then.

Posted by: Monty at April 29, 2010 04:10 PM (O3eFQ)

50 I still pay for cable. ESPN and FoxNews mainly. And live sports on the weekend. That's about it. Every episode of every scripted show has been uploaded somewhere on the internet, typically megavideo or some site. Typically I wait till a season is over so I can watch a whole season in the course of a month or so. I do watch Lost the day after it airs, though. Every movie is on the web as well, of course.

If it weren't for live news and sports I wouldn't need cable.

Lost and Fringe are good shows. I plan to watch the SG-1 spinoff at some point since I'm a sucker for scifi (even kinda crappy scifi).

FoxNews has most of their shows online in clip form the next day. Which is less interesting/rousing to me.

Actually I do wish I had a DVR for the military channel because their shows are so niche that nobody bothers to upload them to the web.

Posted by: tv at April 29, 2010 04:11 PM (+ABdJ)

51 ...world class wit. Nationally and Internationally Traded (NIT) wit.

Posted by: bergerbilder at April 29, 2010 04:13 PM (S1Ttj)

52

I love California's 30th District, gerrymandered though it is.  Please check out Ari David or Westside Republicans.  Waxman needs to be unseated.

Posted by: Deborah aka surfhut at April 29, 2010 04:14 PM (CncR1)

53 "48 I watch everything online. Netflicks, cast.tv, and tvduck. Comercials  and schedules just piss me off.

Posted by: di butler, dead or alive at April 29, 2010 09:09 PM (S3xX1)"

I rarely watch programs in real time.  I tivo everything and then thoroughly enjoy skipping all the commercials....

Posted by: curious at April 29, 2010 04:15 PM (p302b)

54

I have always hated teh "I don't watch TV" pose.

But nowadays, it's no longer a pose. 

People can really nowadays get by with just DVDs, Hulu, PBS (for reals, mostly for the kids)/Discovery (part of the bare bones cable that stops at the spanish channels), and X-Box.

At least I do.

I have not watched a network "show" in years (as in, "oh, it's Tuesday, time for ___").  Literally.  None of them.  My wife used to watch the Office a few years back, and occasionally watched/watches the fatty weight-loss show, but there's just nothing on to turn on regularly. I see the ads for shows, maybe watch 5 minutes, get bored and pop in Modern Warfare 2, or the Ultraman series on DVD.  Nothing on now even seems interesting outside of documentaries.  I don't really miss the full cable, and just having the Discovery channel is good enough for mindless watching when need be. 

Unreal how utterly crappy TV has gotten.Or unreal how old and crotchety I'm becoming in my 30s.

Posted by: s'moron at April 29, 2010 04:15 PM (UaxA0)

55 Failure inevitably rubbed in our faces by the left.

No risk, no reward.  And oh yeah, screw the left.

Posted by: Guy Fawkes at April 29, 2010 04:16 PM (7VvJB)

56 I do miss watching baseball, though. Blackout rules mean you can't watch the MLB.TV stream live, and I hate avoiding all external contact until the game is over so no one can spoil the outcome. (Those antiquated blackout rules are one of the first things I'm going to change when the world trembles under my boot I convince the powers-that-be with my suasive powers.)

Posted by: Monty at April 29, 2010 04:19 PM (O3eFQ)

57 One guy is running for... Nancy Pelosi's seat.

If he wins, take no chances. Fumigate, disinfect, "smudge," exorcise, before sitting on the cursed thing.

Posted by: Splunge at April 29, 2010 04:19 PM (9uwvY)

58 Anybody watch High Stakes Poker on the GSN?  That's some reality.

Posted by: FUBAR at April 29, 2010 04:25 PM (1fanL)

59 Well, well.  I notice that the host of the poker show is none other than Thomas F. Wilson.

Any bets on whether he calls Obama a "butthead?"

Posted by: Lou at April 29, 2010 04:29 PM (PtIpn)

60

none other than Thomas F. Wilson.

Now, Biff....

Posted by: Flagrant Disregardist at April 29, 2010 04:31 PM (rQTdM)

61 Now, Biff....

I'm not conning you.

Posted by: Lou at April 29, 2010 04:32 PM (PtIpn)

62 "SECRETARIAT - 1973 Kentucky Derby"I had no idea that "Forego" was in this race and came in 4th!
"SECRETARIAT: SUPERHORSE in The Preakness" three track records that still stand today.

hahha he was the first non human to be inducted into the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame..

Posted by: curious at April 29, 2010 04:34 PM (p302b)

63 61 Well, well.  I notice that the host of the poker show is none other than Thomas F. Wilson.

These days I like Biff a lot better than Marty.

Posted by: The War Between the Undead States at April 29, 2010 04:34 PM (T7G3R)

64
Ace, can we include the
Secretariat trailer?   I'm a horse racing fan....
I rank him up there with the 1980 Olympic Hockey Team....
When he won the triple crown in 1973 America needed a hero, we were drowning in Watergate and Nixon, two months before Nixon resigned Secretariat won the triple crown, America needed him....
I give you .....The Belmont Stakes....1973.....Secretariat owned the world....

Posted by: curious at April 29, 2010 09:07 PM (p302b)






Secretariat as well as being another fine Virginian was also #35 on ESPN's greatest athletes of the century. The only non-human to make the list.


I cant wait to see this movie.

Posted by: Blazer at April 29, 2010 04:35 PM (t72+4)

65 So, how's everyone doing tonight? Waiting for the ONT?

Posted by: bergerbilder at April 29, 2010 04:35 PM (S1Ttj)

66 Hulu rocks!

Posted by: Jim Rockford/ Thomas Magnum at April 29, 2010 04:35 PM (8OTio)

67 ... and even WKRP In Cinncinnati didn't bust on Carter as a rule. ....... That's cool and all but remember not to fuck with the phone companys .

Posted by: Dr. Johnny Fever at April 29, 2010 04:36 PM (a9UO0)

68 Posted by: Blazer at April 29, 2010 09:35 PM (t72+4)

I inherited the Richard Stone Reeves print of Secretariat and then stupidly sold it to pay for school....i could kick myself now....

I can't wait for this either...


Posted by: curious at April 29, 2010 04:36 PM (p302b)

69

they need a chicago cubs channel

all cubbies, all day

well until the 7th inning when they throw it all away, all away man....

Posted by: policiademarinajose at April 29, 2010 04:37 PM (gg4j2)

70 Posted by: policiademarinajose at April 29, 2010 09:37 PM (gg4j2)

Today you could watch the last debate in England on the BBC....a friend of mine told me he watched, of course, after the fact....lol

Posted by: curious at April 29, 2010 04:38 PM (p302b)

71 Lousy open tags .

Posted by: Bill D. Cat at April 29, 2010 04:39 PM (a9UO0)

72

OT: Hey Odumbass, remember when you shortchanged McCrystal on his troop request for Afghanistan?

Pentagon Report: Still Not Enough Troops in Afghanistan http://bit.ly/9Hz0yU

In the end it may therefore be the troop shortages that shape the policy, as if the administration is willing to do one thing it is throw more troops at the conflict.

Posted by: conscious, but incoherent and not funny at April 29, 2010 04:40 PM (YVZlY)

73 Good Lord.  Can we get rid of Michael Steele already?  see gateway pundit.

Posted by: Guy Fawkes at April 29, 2010 04:42 PM (7VvJB)

74
I inherited the Richard Stone Reeves print of Secretariat and then stupidly sold it to pay for school....i could kick myself now....


I can't wait for this either...


Posted by: curious at April 29, 2010 09:36 PM (p302b)






The farm he was born at is just a short drive up the road from me. I've been there a few times in fact its only about a five minute drive down route 30 past Kings Dominion if you get off 95. Dont know what it is, but theres a certain mystique that surrounds this animal and people come from around the world just to see his birthplace. I saw a few folks get out of their vehicles with tears in their eyes the first time they saw the place. Its almost as if he was somehow more than just a horse.

Posted by: Blazer at April 29, 2010 04:43 PM (t72+4)

75

#68

 

Big time.

Posted by: Andy Taylor ward Cleaver Dick Cheney at April 29, 2010 04:43 PM (8OTio)

76 With CNN doing so well this far right attempt seems redundant.

Posted by: T. Coddington Van Voorhees VII at April 29, 2010 04:49 PM (8OTio)

77 Posted by: Blazer at April 29, 2010 09:43 PM (t72+4)

Someone very very close to me was at the Belmont Stakes that day...he has had a life long love of Secretariat...and he passed it on to me....

He was more than just a horse....

Posted by: curious at April 29, 2010 04:54 PM (p302b)

78

running for Nancy Pelosi's seat

You mean it's "up for grabs"

 

Need   Brain    bleach....

Posted by: KZnextzone at April 29, 2010 04:55 PM (veaqz)

79 Hmmm...Is Rachel Maddow actually Fred Savage?

Posted by: conscious, but incoherent and not funny at April 29, 2010 05:02 PM (YVZlY)

80

#81

Moley moley moley moley!

Posted by: Austin Powers at April 29, 2010 05:15 PM (8OTio)

81

Fox News, thats the only thing I really watch.

I use to like the Apprentice.. until Cyndi Lauper went on about her friend being Rosie Odonell and her love for Obama..  that was it...never watched again

Sometimes catch Biggest Loser.

Travel channel, History channel..

Havent cared to see a sitcom or drama in years... its all liberal bias crap.

Sienfeld was the last show I had to watch every week.

I would give the Right Network a go.

 

Posted by: Timbo at April 29, 2010 05:35 PM (7GgDy)

82 I made 5 min with no major discomfort, I'm sure I could go much longer if I had any reason too.  I was just grateful I could not smell what I was watching.  That would have been truly horrible.

Posted by: Michael E. Stora, Ph.D. at April 29, 2010 07:46 PM (klUPR)

83 I will totally watch the candid show, but the comics and the poker reeked of The 1/2 Hour News Hour fail.  Can't the network just be conservative-friendly,and not bash everybody over the head with it?

Remember, Rush is an entertainer first, before anything else. 

Posted by: Filly at April 29, 2010 09:02 PM (dSJW9)

84 Last month here in Marin County I attended a "debate" between John Dennis and Dana Walsh (hey ain't she the bad girl on 24?) for Pelousy's seat and I came away very unimpressed with Dennis. Seems like he'd sell out Israel in a hot minute, has made dubious alliances with anti-war types, weirdly isn't for energy independence, and gets evasive when the questioning gets tough. On foreign policy he takes the Paulista just put up a big wall around America tack. 

Walsh is maybe too low-key but struck me as very honest and ethical. I'll put in some time/energy to help her if she goes up against the Botox Queen (gawd I hate that woman!), even if it's hopeless. Gotta get out and do something. Just screaming at my computer screen ain't cutting it.

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Posted by: weight loss at April 29, 2010 11:52 PM (lAoNn)

87 that looks great!  I'm watching.

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