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November 6th, 2013

Thank you, Virginia!

You really had me worried there. I don't care how close it was. I don't care if we had to make sure the Libertarian was in there to pull votes. All I care about is Creepy Cuccinelli, not getting one step closer to my reproductive freedom than necessary. Terry McAuliffe might be a bit of a sleaze, but he's MY sleaze!

Also, Congratulations and Jubilations to NYC! Yeah, I'm still a bit heart-broken about Tony, but this will be a massive improvement and the wing-nut whinging is ever so gratifying.

And speaking of wing-nut whinging---LOL at how pissed they are because even though Chris Christie IS a Republican Scumbag, he's not THEIR brand of Republican Scumbag. (In other words, not Scummy enough.)

Not a bad election night, but I STILL MISS KEITH!

Why I love living in San Francisco....

And literally around the corner from the Roxie:

Rated: N/A Runtime: 120 mins.
RIDE INTO THE SUN: A Night of LOU REED Rarities, Deep Cuts + the SF PREMIERE of LOU REED'S BERLIN
Wednesday, November 6
When word came down that Lou Reed passed away October 27 at the age of 71, we sprang into action putting together a killer night of clips, shorts and ephemera relating to Lou Reed - as well as his fallen comrades - leading into the SAN FRANCISCO PREMIERE of Julian Schnabel's 2007 concert film LOU REED'S BERLIN: "Thirty-three years after his ambitious concept album Berlin was pronounced dead on arrival, Lou Reed reteams with producers Bob Ezrin and Hal Willner to stage live performances of the now-classic release at concert venues all across the globe. The album, which was savaged by critics upon release, was scored with orchestral arrangements and follows several characters as they experience jealousy, rage, and loss. While many turned their backs on the release back in 1973, the tide eventually turned and Berlin was even named by Rolling Stone as one of the top 500 albums ever released. Filmed during a five-night stint at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, N.Y., this belated, live rendition of Berlin features an impressionistic backdrop filmed by director Julian Schnabel's daughter Lola and haunting backup vocals courtesy of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus." - Jason Buchanan, Rovi. Approx Total Program Running Time: 120 mins.

consci_fan_mo is BACK!

Prompts are being accepted now.

HERE!

Dachshund on Valencia

Dachshund on Valencia by karaokegal
Dachshund on Valencia, a photo by karaokegal on Flickr.

I didn't get this fellow's name, but I love the way his ears are flopping in the breeze.

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