Thursday, October 28, 2010
in it she tells me she's running because she's gone through the SAME hardships you and i have gone through. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. wonder how MY bank balance compares to HER bank balance.
can i afford to pop in millions and millions and millions of my OWN money to a campaign if i decided to run for office?
did i chair a multi multi multi million dollar company?
hmmmmmmmmmmm linda 'i think it's ok for women to get the shite kicked out of 'em' mcmahon, you like christine o'donnell are NOT JUST LIKE ME. i thank the great goddess for that
morning (as in VERY early) and night. if i'm walking, i'm not unsafe or reckless, don't get me wrong. BUT, i feel safe (or FELT safe) in this neighborhood. i'm usually out earlier than when this happened, but still, i always felt safe. at 5, 6 and 7 am, there are TONS of joggers and walkers and dog walkers and people on bicycles. it's that kind of neighborhood. heck, i went to morley (elementary school) which is in that hood. it's MY hood
to everyone male and female who do outdoor activities alone, GET A LITTLE TINY CANISTER OF PEPPER SPRAY at the very least. the BEST idea is to go out with a friend though.
it can't happen here. well YES, this proves it CAN
West Hartford Police: Jogger Sexually Assaulted On Fern Street
By DAVID OWENS, email@example.com
WEST HARTFORD — —Detectives talked with neighbors and are checking with neighboring police departments about unsolved sexual assaults as they investigate the assault of a woman who was jogging along Fern Street shortly before 7 a.m. Wednesday morning
The woman was treated at a local hospital and released. Other than the sexual assault, she was not injured, police said.
The woman told police she was attacked by a man who dragged her into some bushes in the front yard of 311 Fern St. When the assault ended, she sought help from the residents, who called police at 6:56 a.m. The homeowners declined to comment..............
By LEANNE GENDREAU, BRYNN GINGRAS and SHIRLEY CHAN
Police are asking West Hartford residents to go out in pairs as the search goes on for for the man who sexually assaulted a jogger on Wednesday morning.
The man grabbed the woman from behind on Fern Street around 6:50 a.m., pulled into bushes and sexually assaulted her, police said. She ran to a neighboring home for help and was taken to a hospital to be treated for injuries.
Police believe it was a random attack and neighbors are shaken by what happened this morning in their quiet neighborhood.
The assault happened just blocks from West Hartford Mayor Scott Slifka's house.
"I woke up this morning and talked to my wife about it," he said. "It's the kind of thing that shakes you to your core."............
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
you're FUCKING WRONG. violence against and abuse of women is NOT entertainment. it never was and it never should be. she promoted it. she's backing off now, but the damage is done (so to speak). please do NOT vote for linda mcmahon. a vote for her is a slap in the face to women
do you see what you're turning out? when young people (men and women, boys and girls) think women getting the shite kicked out of them (figuratively as well as literally) is ENTERTAINMENT
It is mind-boggling that the voters of Connecticut would even consider electing the former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment to high political office -- until you realize what an abysmal job the news media have done of holding her accountable for the actual product she produced.
Make no mistake about it: until Linda McMahon decided to run as a Republican for the United States Senate, she was one-half of one of the most culturally destructive, and blatantly misogynistic, business partnerships in the history of popular entertainment. Under Linda and her husband Vince McMahon's leadership, the WWE has featured some of the most brutal, violent and hateful depictions of women in all of media culture over the past twenty years.But incredibly, the rampant misogyny of McMahon's WWE has gotten scant coverage during this fall's U.S. senate campaign in Connecticut..................
Posted by rose bush at Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Sunday, October 24, 2010
A Steampunk Tea Party
Saturday, October 30, 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.Tea and treats hosted by the morbidly mad hatter Miss Kitty. Experience the weird and wonderful world of Victorian Science Fiction. According to Miss Kitty, “Steampunk is the future as imagined through the eyes of the past. It is mechanical gears and boilers, dirtiness mixed with shininess of brass and copper with the deep red of cherrywood. It is a time for tea and gadgets, airships and ether."
Tickets: $10. 860-280-3130
Mark Twain & The Army of Darkness
Saturday, October 30, at 4:00 p.m.Three authors who have given some of Mark Twain's characters a mutant makeover will ply their creepy wares in a panel: Don Borchert (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Undead); W. Bill Czolgosz (appearing via Skype, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn & Zombie Jim) and Joe R. Lansdale (Dread Island). Program moderator is Sam Hatch, host of WWUH's Culture Dogs. Also, a sneak peek at scenes from a new zombie movie being shot in Connecticut - Ninja Zombies!
Tickets, $5; free for members. Reserve by calling 860-280-3130
you know if you live in connecticut and you have never been, you are just plain silly. please DO go for a visit to the mark twain house and museum
pic was taken of a poster through a window, hence the not-goodness of it
Posted by rose bush at Sunday, October 24, 2010