Framing the Dialogue

Posts Tagged ‘912 project’

Sesame Street T.E.A. Party Failure

Sesame Street premiered in 1969 and is the longest running series nearing its fortieth anniversary.  Growing up in the city and long before cable, the PBS broadcast did not really reach my family so Sesame Street was not a big part of my formative years.  I do, however, remember watching the show with my children as they grew up. 

912 Project

I was not going to post tonight and planned to just do “research.”  I lurked on the 912 Project web site and came across this story that was funny.  We need to laugh:

The other day I went downtown to run a few errands. I went into the local coffee shop for a snack. I was only there for about 5 minutes. When I came out, there was this cop writing out a parking ticket. I said to him, ‘Come on, man, how about giving a retired person a break?’ He ignored me and continued writing the ticket.

Update – True American Heroes – Rick Santelli

Update March 27, 2009:  Rich Santelli started a firestorm (in a great way) across the United States with his comments a month ago.  Tea parties have been been held across the country attracting up to 15,000 at an event in California.  Glenn Beck has championed the tea party movement and has provided a link to planned events.  April 15 seems to be THE big day for tea parties with an estimated 150 planned.

In a recent posting on the Investor’s Business Daily Editorials page, they questioned the lack of coverage by the mainstream media.  I think that many of us who no longer get their news from traditional sources know why.