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Monday, May 3, 2010

FRANCONIA: "All old men eventually fall off their perches, even mountain men," reflects a stony faced Payton L. Inkletter. "Respect gravity, possums!"

Be all that as it may, meanwhile:
'In other news…'
03rd May 2010

Monday: I took Bob swimming today, and he had a ball as usual.

I had spent all of (literally) the previous night finally getting The Dear Leader's hard drive setup with a reinstallation of Win XP, including the 80 Mb download for the antivirus program, which took about 5 hours with his dial-up connection! I now have my fingers crossed that fitting the hard drive back into his tower will result in a seamless operation, a working system as in my tower.

The (Leigh) Sales Graph: Ms Sales shone tonight in but a simple light grey sheen jacket, tiny single stone necklace and earrings, subtle effect make-up, and highly effective hairstyle, being loose falling but widely flared: magic. She had two separate interviews tonight, the first with Access Economics' Chris Richardson, to do a dissection of the Henry tax review, the second with Lance Price, a Pommie political commentator, writer, and journalist, to talk about Thursday's British election; both men were outfitted very similarly: dark grey suits, white shirts, and dark ties.

These interviews were informative and of good quality, even though Mr Price missed an opportunity to chide Prime Minister Gordon Brown for being so spineless after he was caught calling that woman voter a bigot; he should have stuck his ground rather than trying to sanitise reality. Too many politicians are bad publicity averse, and dance around the issues so much that they become mere shadows; they end up standing for nothing, or put the other way, standing for everything. I'm not saying that I necessarily agree that the woman was a bigot, but if Gordon Brown thought so, then politely but firmly hold your ground mate! You remind me too much of Kevin Rudd's penchant for fleeing from public controversy.

Ali Moore returned to front Lateline Business tonight after a many weeks' absence; she demonstrated from get-go that she has not forgotten how to dress brilliantly for her role, with a suberb black jacket scarlet blouse contrast. She missed an opportunity to be gracious, though, to acknowledge and thank Whitney Fitzsimmons for her time in the chair while she was away.

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