Saturday, July 30, 2005
Jawa Girl and I have unpacked the car. The cat is exploring the new digs.
Since the apartment is not air conditioned and we're hot and tired, we're at the Holiday Inn for the night.
Tomorrow I put Jawa Girl on a plane back to Columbus (family is picking her up there) and begin the process of making sense of things. I'll post whenever I can get to wi-fi (until the internet is set up at the new place).
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And we're off
The car is packed. The cat is soon to be loaded. Next stop, Massachusetts.
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Friday, July 29, 2005
The next time they call us elitists...
Jean Schmidt's money is coming from herself and from major Washington and Cincinnati donors.
Paul Hackett's money is coming from you and I and thousands like us.
Just remember that.
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So long, and thanks for all the fish.
So this is it - my last full day in the Queen City.
Sometime next week, after I have unpacked, gotten the necessary internet connections, and settled in, I'll have my Last Cincinnati Will and Testament.
I'll probably have another post or two today as well.
This thread is open.
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Thursday, July 28, 2005
Gee, imagine that.
Keith Fangman is endorsing the Republican because he's upset the Democrat did his job.
Mr. Fangman, for someone charged with upholding the law, you seem to forget why the law exists and why we have due process. A claim was made. A suit was filed, and during the investigation, the claim was dismissed. The system WORKED.
But that's not good enough for you. In your world, no police officer should ever be questioned.
Mr. Fangman, the hard-working men and women of the CPD deserve better than you. In your relentless quest to make sure police can shoot at will, you've besmirched their reputation.
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For a couple more days, anyway.
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Monday, July 25, 2005
At Jawa Girl's, using her computer while mine is in a box.
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Sunday, July 24, 2005
My computer is about to be disassembled. Posting is gonna be sporadic for a while. I hope to be back on a regular schedule by Thursday. If the motels where Dad and I are staying have wi-fi, I'll do what I can.
Be safe and be well.