Sunday, June 25, 2006

In 1961 Jim Garrison ran for District Attorney, winning against incumbent Richard Dowling by 6000 votes in a five-man race. Despite lack of major political backing, his performance in a televised debate and last minute television commercials are credited with his victory.

He attacked the police. Superintendent of Police Giarrusso challenged Garrison's legitimacy, claiming, "the DA is trying to run the police department."

Garrison charged nine policemen with brutality, but dropped the charges two weeks later. At a press conference he accused the state parole board of accepting bribes, but could obtain no indictments. He accused the state legislature of the same, but held no investigation. He was unanimously censured by the legislature.
In 1965, he ran for reelection against Judge Malcolm O'Hara, who charged Garrison with a "Napoleonic complex" and said his "ugly force...compells him to destroy everyone who fails to bow to his will." Garrison won with 60 percent of the vote.
In 1973 he lost the office to Harry Connick, Sr. After Harry, the next DA of New Orleans is Eddie Jordan. so you only have to count back three guys to get to 1961.
I think Mr. Jordan has some thoughts about Clay Shaw's involvement in the Kennedy assc. but he ain't saying. (thank you Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, for most of the text and thank you Eddie Jordan's office lady for taking the picture) Posted by Picasa


one of the funniest people i have ever met and i have met some funny butt folks. more importantly though, one of the nicest guys you would ever want to know. if you have a tv, you can get to know him this fall as he will be on it, a Lot. which i am in total support of!

in this picture he is trying to fly, but the love of the crowd and the mike stand hold him to the ground. Posted by Picasa

Monday, June 19, 2006

Inconvenient Simpson's

Inconvenient simpson's. this is what ya might call a screen shot. again, please note that the copywrite for the photo would be held by the producers of Inconvenient Truth, the Movie, AKA, hey, Al Gore what's up. to steal a tony camin joke, Never get a Politician started on a story, hour and a half later, i left. Who knows when he was done talking, he may still be talking.
I get it Al, we are all gonna die, I knew that already, jeepers! Posted by Picasa

Saturday, June 17, 2006


what's not to blog? i like having pictures of me out where people could, if they wanted to, look at. not that that is going to happen, but what the heck. i really should dress up like groucho more. i remember those moments fondly.
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x-pres bartlett

this was a picture i took of charlie sheen's dad back before the war in Iraq. even though he was against it, the war took place as planned two after he spoke up about perhaps not having it.
he, it turns out, was never actually the president.
shows what i know. Posted by Picasa


many times have i put on the sharpie to be a hero of stage and screen. this is from back in 99, me think. Posted by Picasa

Friday, June 16, 2006

NEW artiste' type project involving chairs. people like pictures of chairs. it's a potential for comfiness. you put a picture of a chair next to say, a plate of food and well, people will drive their cars off the side of the highway!
ha Posted by Picasa

Friday, June 09, 2006

small child w/ camera

this one here, she got hold of a camera. I said, shoot a picture of me, she being little got a notion to look the other way instead. but i like the shot.

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tiny dancer w/ bells on

how lovely is this one? she sings, she dances, and she bakes a mean fruit bucket pie! (fruit bucket pie?, might have just made that up) Posted by Picasa
singinG baBieeee!

future rock star. he plays the drums already as well. just two years old and can't shake the groupies off of him.

Friday, June 02, 2006

Bayoo Boogiers Conventioneers

here is some things that people like:
children dancing!
nice weather!
exclamation points!
less puncuation}
good music.
all of these items were available last saturday, may 27th, 2006. Posted by Picasa