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June 30th, 2009

The Nico Pitney/Dana Milbank story did not make it onto Countdown as an actual story, but Keith did get it in on "best persons" along with a very snide dig at Dana.


For your viewing pleasure.

If it had actually happened on Monday, it might have made it into the main line-up, but by yesterday, it was more important to get back on the Sotomayor story and Iran and Sanford et al. (Plus more about Michael Jackson than I want to hear at this point, but I love Keith pointing up how OMG inappropriate the old man really is.)

Meanwhile, Rachel was still on vacation and instead of Ana Marie, we got Allison Stewart, who got to do all the LGTB stuff that Keith didn't even mention, except to promo that it would be on Rachel. hllangel thinks he might have messed up which awesome, being fired for being gay, Lt. was going to be on the show. We thought he might have said Lt. Daniel Choi, (seriously adorable Asian guy) but in fact it was Lt. Col. Victor Fahrenbach, very sweet looking bald guy, with nice eyes and chin dimple. He wasn't allowed to wear his uniform to the meeting with the President because he superiors told him that it was considered a "political event" and that wearing his uniform would be inappropriate.

There was also a report about the incident in Fort Worth, and Kent Jones had some great shots of the NY Pride Parade.

It was an awesome Jon/Stephen night. John have Oliver Sachs and Stephen had Neil deGrasse Tyson. Lots of fun and they both dealt with the Michael Jackson as "sensitively" as one would expect.

Speaking of Rachel....she's on the cover of Pride 09, The Official Magazine of Interpride 2009. Nice interview inside as well as some other tasty tidbits. I snagged a few extra copies, so if any Rachel-lovers out there are interested in getting one, let me know and we'll figure something out.

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Shout-out to joanne_c Every time I hear the name "Nico Pitney," I keep imagining a certain impossible love-child and it makes me think of you. :)

Two tidbits from my darling mattieuperrin

Thanks to mattieuperrin for bringing this to my attention:


India's First Gay March

as well as this Awesome picture of NY Gov. David Patterson at NY Pride Parade
Photo credit to: Seth Wening/AP
Ganked from [info]tourmaline1973



Today is: Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Today I got up at: 630AM
Today I have been to: work
Today I have spoken to: Steve, a guy in the elevator, a few admins.
Today I have made: an attempt to clean out my pocketbook.
Today I heard the news that: Michael Jackson is going to be buried at Neverland.
Today I daydreamed about: A perfect Torchwood world where Jack is real!Jack.
Today I am happy because: I figured out a perfect little drabble to make it happen.
Today I am sad because: Canon will still suck.

Today's T-shirt: Emerald Nuts Across the Bay 12-K 2004
Today's footwear: The big ugly Jolly Rancher Watermelon colored Crocs.
Today's socks: None
Today's undies: Victoria's Secret briefs. I think it's gray and blue, but I'm not sure.
Today's jewelery: none
Today's breakfast: toast - Chocolate milk.
Today's lunch: probably a sandwich from Focaccia. Lately I've been all about the mortadella and provolone on ciabatta with some tomato and a little basil.
Today I have also eaten: nothing since I woke up.
Today I have drunk: the chocolate milk.

Today I have listened to: Steven talking to his partner, Mike.
Today I have watched: people walking by my office door.
Today's websites have included: LJ, Twitter, Dreamwidth
Today's computer programs were: Sabre
Today's desktop wallpaper is: Ana Marie Cox's pupppppeeeeee, Hank.

Today 1 year ago: I was still working at 275 Battery.
Today 5 years ago: I was working with Dean, although it may have been close to the end of the road and I would have been on that ill-fated trip to Wheeling West Virginia.
Today 10 years ago: Still at Getz! (SOB!!!) Everybody starting to get in a tizzy about Y2K.
Today 25 years ago: Pretending to go to college. Everyone was kind of burnt out on OMG, it's 1984.
Today 50 years ago: Battle of New Orleans was the #1 song.
Today 100 years ago: (Keith would like this one.)
Forbes field in Pittsburgh hosted its first event, as 30,338 spectators watched the Pittsburgh Pirates lost to the Chicago Cubs 3-2. The last game there, played on June 28, 1970, saw the Pirates beat the Cubs, 4-1.

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Song Lyric Prompt-a-Day 2009 Day 182

Prompts can be used for any fandom, pairing, or even original fic, if you like. (Yes, any.) All I ask is that you credit me with providing the prompt and comment with a link to the entry.



Prompt #182


Shadows
grow so long before my eyes
And they're moving across the page
Suddenly the day turns into night
Far away from the city but don't hesitate
'Cause your love just won't wait

Baby, I Love Your Way-Big Mountain
Written by Peter Frampton
From the Reality Bites Soundtrack

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