Friday, January 30, 2009

Under The Weather

Apologies for the dearth of posts this week: Citizen K. has been under the weather.

Sign a petition to Congress requesting that 1% of the stimulus plan go to arts funding...

Interior secretary Janet Napolitano has ordered a comprehensive review of Katrina recovery status:
Around south Louisiana, local authorities...expressed optimism that Napolitano and her eventual FEMA director will bring a fresh outlook following multiple rounds of wrangling with former Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff and FEMA Director David Paulison during the Bush administration.
Friday's Choice: In his heyday, master vaudevillian Eddie Cantor was as big a name in comedy as Jackie Gleason or Rodney Dangerfield or anyone else. Here's why:

8 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Had wondered about you. Do hope you're feeling better. I hate being under the weather but so far the only thing I've suffered from is the crappy politics in Washington right now, not Obama, but all the other idiots Dems and Reps. alike! Good to see you back!

K. said...

I've already written two emails to Dave Reichert (my rep). How could any member of the Western Washington delegation vote against the Ledbetter Act?

Steve Buser said...

Hope you shake your ills soon.

New Orleans Ladder said...

Yes, Mon K. I am wit'Steve: shake this illness, these blues, or your ass. You do know btw that dancing is surefire anti-DisEase medicine... however, you will have to do it alone since dancing also provides the perfect vector for all sorts of nasty rug'buggin... hehehe.
But really, a friend of mine actually battles fevers with headphones and his favorite music loud. He has no idea whether such a tactic works, but, well... you get the drift.


Editilla~New Orleans Ladder

RobinB said...

Hey there, feel better soon! We miss you out here...can't believe what that Reichert is up to, either. Shame on him.

Sylvia K said...

Forgot to tell you this morning, I left an award for you on my site last night, you'll have to scroll down a bit, it's there. Thanks for all the inspiration.

Foxessa said...

Are you recovered?

I know this quote too, btw, but then, I expect everyone does. :)

Love, C.

K. said...

I'm coming around.

I'm sure you're not alone in identifying the quote! It is one of the better first sentences to an English-language novel.