Thursday, November 16, 2006

Speaking of Dr. Orman...

I think it's about time I posted this image, taken at a little blogger's gathering at my house way back when Ned Lamont was just a longshot with a strong message. A lot has happened since then, but this was a moment in time that I'll always treasure:

(Clockwise from Lower Left: Maura from CT/VA, somebody's Left Arm, Internet Wizard Tim Tagaris, the ubiquitous Spazeboy, a portion of CT Keith, and a bit of MLNer Neal Fink)

9 comments:

Thesaurus Rex said...

Gosh.

I miss those kids.

Send them all my best, Bob, please!

CT Bob said...

Will do, TRex!

cgg said...

You're making my eyes water, and I wasn't even there.

s p a z e b o y said...

The good ol' days.

harriet said...

Last week I sent Adam Nagourney, from the NYTimes an email asking that he correct his statement in referring to Joe Lieberman a member of the Democratic Party because as August 9th, he had to file under his new party name Connecticut for Lieberman in order to run in the General Election. This morning I got the following response from Adam Nagourney: "Thanks for writing. He still is a member of the Democratic Party, who says he will caucus with other Democrats in the Senate. Probably the most accurate way to refer to him as a Democratic Party member who was elected on an independnet line"

My response, "No, Adam, the better way to refer to him is under the name that he was shown on the voting ballot and how he was elected, as a member of the "Connecticut for Lieberman Party" who says he will caucus with the Democrats and/or Republicans!" (meaning, whom ever feeds his over inflated ego the most!)

gchaucer2 said...

Thanks, Harriet. You tried your best but the MSM is denser than a turnip. Perfect example was the amount of coverage of the folks that were killed by tornadoes in the Carolinas (10 seconds) compared to the minutes of coverage on the lunatic Tom Cruise and his obscene wedding. Priorities are clear.

ifthethunderdontgetya said...

Thanks Harriet and gchaucer2, but I believe Adnags is (slightly) smarter than a turnip, but a 'heckuva job, Brownie' less honest.

Maura in VA said...

That's an awesome pic!!!

And you know what? It looks like about half of the campaign staff for the new Connecticut for Lieberman Party candidate for CT House of Reps from Milford. :-)

BTW, I was in Hartford tonight and I drove by Jim Amman's parking spot at the Capitol building. Thought of how much better it would look with "CTBob" on it!!!!

CT Bob said...

LOL! Hey, did you catch Jimmy on Cablevision 12 this weekend? I taped it, but I won't have a chance to edit it until Monday or so; he essentially compared voting the straight Democratic line was the same as the German army invading Poland. The guy's a friggin' genius!