Archive for May 14, 2009

>On Tuesday

>I posted about being tired and not being able to post. Part of the reason I was so tired was the children had upset Em – she was yelling at them, something they did or more likely didn’t do. She told them she would not be going to Manhattan ever again since she cannot trust them to do what they are supposed to do.

Of course she is not going to stick to that but maybe this Saturday we will stay home, I hope so, I get so tired. These is the purposed plan for 16 May 2009.

Of course I will be back to let you know how it turns out, I am voting to stay home. But I am also weak.

I didn’t post the plans for this Saturday because they have already changed. D has convinced Em she should go for the day without children. Today she told me, he had to get the serpentine belt replaced on his van(he’s in Canada on business, that was an unexpected expense). But she still wants me to get a ticket for her, which I did. (Told you I was weak)

On another note, one of my weird things I used to post, I was on the subway reading the ads encouraging people to take the bus and the train. Isn’t that kind of like preaching to the choir as the saying goes? Shouldn’t they put them up at, oh, maybe the DMV?

Today, I saw a man with a weird beard. His face was shaven down to his chin line, then below that he had a beard. So the beard was under his chin and down his neck. If people do things like that, they should expect people to look at them funny. This is just my opinion. Don’t shoot me for it.

I told someone I was having a personal crisis and wouldn’t be posting for a while, then I realized I can’t do that. Even if I don’t talk about my crisis(and I’m not going to), typing in my blog is kind of a release for me. It allows me to let go of things so I can really obsess about what is bothering me. LOL!



The New York Times on the Web
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Compiled 2 AM ET

For Explorer Scouts, Good Deeds Have Whole New Meaning
An affiliate of the Boy Scouts of America is training young people to confront terrorism and border security.

~The New York Times~


Obama Moves to Bar Release of Detainee Abuse Photos
President Obama cited concerns that the photos of U.S. military personnel abusing prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan could further antagonize enemies.

~The New York Times~



“This is about being a true-blooded American guy and girl. It fits right in with the honor and bravery of the Boy Scouts.”
– A. J. LOWENTHAL,  a sheriff’s deputy in Imperial County, Calif., who runs Explorers programs, in which young people are taught skills used to confront terrorism, illegal immigration and escalating border violence.

~The New York Times~


Paterson Asks Ethics Panel to Quit
The state inspector general found that the panel’s director shared confidential information about an inquiry into the Spitzer administration with a top Spitzer aide.
~The New York Times~



On May 14, 1948, the independent state of Israel was proclaimed as British rule in Palestine came to an end.

~The New York Times~