Friday, May 20, 2011

Training days for ASAs

Keeping his campaign promise, Bernstein hired a training director for the ASAs.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Snoop Pleads Not Guilty

She's too pretty to go to jail!

The guv pledges his support to legal protections for transgendered people; the Sun has related video

Marylandiana: a Cecil Calvert half dollar on sale at PropertyRoom.com. Who was that confiscated from, I wonder?

A sweet little missive

in the archives from September 13, 2007:
People make mistakes. Wheather their criminals or what they are human. And the comments affect the family. Let them do their time who are u to say anythang. To kia family my heart goes out to u for your lost. Things never shoulda turned out this way. Darrell is family and never will our backs by turned on him. Wish we could go back and change it. Both families are severly damaged.* missing you relly*
(I wonder why that particular archive page attracts memorials?)

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Monday, May 16, 2011

Remember Stephen Pitcairn?

His alleged stabber Lavelva Merritt cut a deal with Bernstein & Co "for a total of about 15 years followed by three years' probation"

And Fenton Tweets, "Body found in the Inner Harbor last week identified as Wayne Paige, 25, of Pikesville, who went missing from Baltimore County on May 7."

Man shot to death

3:05 a.m. Saturday, Marble Hall Road in New Northwood, says Laura Vozzella(?)

Shooting: 1600 block Vincent Court. Adult male shot in the ankle, says police FB

Youth jail delayed, and Bernstein fires Jessamy's community coordinators

.. and $4.3 million in anonymous donations flowed into the 2010 state election cycle, reports Julie B. Hmm!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Ha to the ha ha!

That Belinda!
Belinda Conaway's mutarded lawsuit against Adam Meister has hit the AP-- From the Fred News-Post:

Baltimore councilwoman sues blogger for libel
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Councilwoman Belinda Conaway is suing a political blogger and his publisher for $21 million for libel and defamation over a column that alleged she did not live in the city.

The suit filed Tuesday alleges an Examiner.com column by Adam Meister is meant to fool the public into thinking that Conaway lives in Baltimore County and force her out of office.

On election documents, Conaway lists a Baltimore City address used by several members of her politically active family.

Conaway’s attorney, Thomas Maronick, said Wednesday that the Randallstown home in Baltimore County is listed on tax records as a primary residence since Conaway and her husband file jointly and he lives there part-time. He said Conaway is seeking to correct the records.

Conaway said this could happen to anybody.

Meister said he backed up his allegations with documents and is honored to be sued over the matter.

Justin Jimenez, a spokesman for Denver-based Examiner.com, said the company has no comment and hasn’t been notified of the lawsuit.
Yes, it could happen to any lyin' tax cheat, Belinda Bear!
I hope the IRS makes an example out of you & you do get forced out of office-- though who would want that office? The seat is up for election this year? ...... any takers?