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Wednesday, December 27, 2006
If the GMOs and pesticides in your food don't bother you, how about some delicious clone meat?

...So sickening and wrong. What's the point of having a Christian-Fascist as president if he's not going to prevent clone meat from entering our food supply?

Excuse me while I barf...
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 6:41 AM   7 comments
You're gonna burn in Hell!
Friday, December 22, 2006

Why did both of these presidents flash a satanic hand symbol shortly their inaugurations? Clinton did it just seconds after being sworn in. I watched Clinton's first inaugural on an old portable Motorola B&W TV in the Living and Learning Center at UVM in 1993 and remember thinking it was odd that he did that.

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posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 7:32 PM   7 comments
Kevin Ryan Lawsuit Threat Withdrawn
Thursday, December 21, 2006
Below the row of stars are Kevin Ryan's comments of Dec 21, 2006 1:43 pm. The message is reprinted without permission from bvtdailynews

At the end Kevin Says "...I feel this issue is one of opportunism on Haik's part to encourage drama..."

This is exactly correct. This blog needs material and Kevin has helped me generate my last thee posts out of thin air. It was also a boon for last night's chat at bvtdailynews, the yahoo forum he abandoned "Burlington Open and Honest" for. Although I was expecting the lawsuit to be an opportune way of encouraging drama, I never had a problem with Kevin. He's a kook, but he's reasonable.


After returning to the forum this morning, I see this thread has
continued all evening. This morning I will simply set a few facts

1. This entire incident stems from the effort to establish
Burlington Daily News & Post as a community resource, rather than an
argument festival.

2. Wikipedia Editor Atlant Schmidt is specifically the person there
who had an issue with the link. His views are not those of
Wikipedia. Atlant and I have settled that issue and chosen a course
of action. There is no criminal issue.

3. Haik Bedrosian has said a number of unkind and untrue things
about my character and this course of events.

4. Haik Bedrosian was contacted once by phone. This call was made
to his home number and taken by his wife, who was asked to have him
return the call.

5. I have never been convicted for any criminal activity. Nor do I
have any reason to believe there is any concern with any legal
authority regarding this page.

6. Despite comments made on Haik Bedrosian's page, I am not now nor
have I ever been on parole or any other form of supervision by the
Department of Corrections.

7. The comment, "I'd join the Progressives for a sandwich" , made
two years ago, was an attempt at humor, and indicated I was hungry
at the time. It did not reflect either my financial status nor my
political leanings.

8. At the time I told Haik that I was considering contacting the
police or my attorney for advice, the headline from indicated that I had committed the crime of
stalking. Haik was simply informed that he was giving me little
choice as he felt accusing me of criminal behavior in public was

9. Haik was at no time threatened with a lawsuit. I would not
discuss a lawsuit, I would simply file one. I do not file suits
because someone "double dares" me.

In closing, this entire series of events has been unfortunate. At
this time, I feel this issue is one of opportunism on Haik's part to
encourage drama, and not something I condone or support.

Thank you for your patience,

Kevin Ryan
Editor, BDN & P
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 11:15 PM   1 comments
Kevin Ryan to Sue Haik for Libel!
Kevin Ryan is threatening to sue me for libel because I used the following headlines on my blog:

"Kevin Ryan Busted by Wikipedia" and "Kevin Ryan Stalks Wikipedia Staff"

(Voting in this poll has ended.)

Final Poll Result Here.

posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 7:10 AM   1 comments
Kevin Ryan Busted by Wikipedia
Tuesday, December 19, 2006
Details here. and at

...Then he calls and harasses my wife...

...Then he threatens to sue me!

Call your lawyer, Kevin! Ooooooooh! I'm Scared!

The headline stays.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 10:55 PM   12 comments
Red State Voices
Thursday, December 14, 2006
Below the row of stars is the text of an email I just got from David Agro. I love when people send me stuff. It makes blogging easier. I just throw up whatever somebody sends me and I don't have to think. Aaaaahhh.

This, is about a movie called "Red State Voices." To me that title sounds a lot like "The Vagina Monologues," or that Doors album the three surviving band mates made after Morrison drowned in puke in France, called "Other Voices." Whores.

Does anybody else remember when during the 2004 race for the Democratic presidential nomination race Howard Dean said he was planning on speaking more openly about religion in order to reach out "in the milieu of the south?" Anybody else find the phrase "milieu of the south" vaguely ironic? This blog has an audience of literally dozens. Somebody has to remember that.

Anyway, so "Red State Voices..." For some reason all I can hear is that guy from Deliverance saying "squeal like a pig!" but if you have a more open mind than I have tonight, please feel free to read "Agro's" email...

Without further, here's the email.


I hate to admit, but this e-mail is an attempt to help promote a project I am working on in Vermont. I hope that you do not mind. Blogs are a great way of reaching the public- since I am trying to reach the public, I am contacting you.

So here comes the plug; I am working on promoting a documentary called "Red State Voices" by a philosophy professor at Marlboro College, Vermont. We are just beginning-The documentary is meant to help create a dialogue between people of "red" and "blue" ideologies- with the hopes we might be able
to mediate the current polarization that is plaguing politics. You can find out more about the film on our website, and you can even check it out when it airs on Vermont Public Television at 10pm on December 22nd 2006.

If this project is success- it will be screened throughout Vermont and maybe the USA with accompanying discussions. We would love it if you could help spread the word about the Vermont Public Television Showing, about the "Red State Voices" documentary in general, and or help by participating in the dialogue itself (since that is what we really need). It would be great if you wanted to discuss the film on your blog/ - but we totally understand if you do not want to. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

Thank you for your time and again I hope you do not mind this e-mail!

posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 10:52 PM   5 comments
Al Gore Won!
Monday, December 11, 2006
Al Gore won the 2000 Presidential Election. He can win again in 2008 and GOVERN this time! I hope he runs. I promise I'll volunteer for him if he does.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 7:37 PM   1 comments
You can't let go of the past.
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This is fun. It goes good with this.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:31 AM   0 comments
Neither a borrower nor a lender be.
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Neither a borrower nor a lender be.

Meaning: Literal meaning.
Origin: From Shakespeare's Hamlet, 1603:

Neither a borrower nor a lender be; For loan oft loses both itself and friend, And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:07 PM   1 comments
Which is Worse?
Tuesday, December 05, 2006
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Which picture is more blasphemous?

Final Poll Result: Osama as Obi-Wan Kenobi more blasphemous than Pope as Emporer Palpatine.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 2:27 AM   18 comments
Bush says Iraq progress too slow
Who the hell is he complaining to? Himself?
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 1:34 AM   7 comments
Today's Fight with the AP
It's Monday. Let's pick a fight with the Associated Press.

Did you know that all AP reporters can be reached via a single email mnemonic? First Initial, Last Name at AP dot org. I email the people that write the top stories on Yahoo headlines all the time. And they write me back. It's incredibly easy to contact these people. And it's fun! But, don't abuse the power, or they'll shut it off, just like all good things.

Here is what happened Monday morning. That's yesterday to you if you're reading this Tuesday. The AP runs a story about how US CITIZEN (and terror suspect) Jose Padilla was essentially being tortured by OUR GOVERNMENT while being held for YEARS WITHOUT CHARGE!!

Here's a link to the story. (The "US Citizen" Version (Yay Me!))

Here's the email exchange:

From: Haik Bedrosian []
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 10:08 AM
To: Anderson, Curt
Subject: Jose Padilla

Dear Curt Anderson,

Why did you fail to include the fact that Jose Padilla is an American citzen who was held without charges for three years in your story this morning?

Don't you think that's an important aspect of the story, or do you work for the Bush Administration?

Haik Bedrosian
Burlington, VT

Subject: RE: Jose Padilla
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2006 10:20:21 -0500
From:"Anderson, Curt"
To: "Haik Bedrosian"

I believe that information is in the story. Did you read all the way to the bottom?

Thanks for your interest,

Curt Anderson


Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2006 07:29:28 -0800 (PST)
From: "Haik Bedrosian"
Subject: RE: Jose Padilla
To: "Anderson, Curt"

I read it to the end. It's not there.


Mon, 4 Dec 2006 08:21:11 -0800 (PST)
From:"Haik Bedrosian"
Subject:RE: Jose Padilla
To:"Anderson, Curt"

Well? Are you going to quote me the part you "believe" is in there. or are you going to admit you were wrong?

Subject:RE: Jose Padilla
Date:Mon, 4 Dec 2006 11:32:01 -0500
From:"Anderson, Curt"
To:"Haik Bedrosian"

This is our latest version. I have added the words "U.S. citizen" in the third-to-last graf, in case the "Chicago gang member" reference does not make that clear. You obviously are following this case quite closely. I appreciate your pointing out flaws in our stories. It's not necessary, though, to be confrontational about it. I am just a journalist trying to do a job. I have no agenda.



Date:Mon, 4 Dec 2006 09:16:45 -0800 (PST)
From:"Haik Bedrosian"
Subject:RE: Jose Padilla
To:"Anderson, Curt"

Thanks for adding "US Citizen." That's extremely important. "Chicago gang member" hardly means "US Citizen." I'm sorry if you don't appreciate my tone, but if the president isn't going to fulfill his oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, then I'm afraid the rest of us have to do it, niceties be damned.

Keep up the good work.


Date:Mon, 4 Dec 2006 09:23:12 -0800 (PST)
From:"Haik Bedrosian"
Subject:RE: Jose Padilla
To:"Anderson, Curt"

The story is off Yahoo's front page now. It's under "US News" with the following title:

Images show Padilla in chains, goggles
By CURT ANDERSON, Associated Press Writer 9 minutes ago

The word citizen still does not appear. I'll keep watch for it.

By the way, were you born here, Curt, or are you a naturalized Chicago gang member?

That's a joke, obviously, but I think you get my point.

Post Script-

Later Monday Night I caught Brian Williams's Shit eating broadcast version of the 'Padilla Was Tortured' story on NBC. Of course Williams didn't say "Padilla was tortured" and like the first version of the AP wire story, never mentioned the fact Jose Padilla is an AMERICAN CITIZEN which, if I'm not mistaken, is why his story is in the news in the first place.

As a CHILD I learned that America is unique because a king can't just throw you in his dungeon without proving you committed a specific crime. That's what makes America. That's it. Bush should be impeached. He's the madness of king George and he thinks he's all that, but he was lying when he took the oath of office. We don't do kings in America.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 1:32 AM   2 comments
Heineberg Center In Trouble!
An Urgent Appeal From Megan J. Humphrey, advocate for Senior Citizens.

Dear Folks,

I have been an advocate for the Champlain Senior Center for 25 years.
My first internship upon my transferring to the Social Work Department
at the University of Vermont in 1979 was at Champlain Senior Center
(then Interfaith Senior Center). Many years later, I encouraged Syndi
Zook to hire me as the Program Director when I learned that the McClure
MultiGenerational Center was in the planning stages. I loved my job
there and have continued to donate time and money since then.

Now, as a public citizen passionate about services for seniors in our
community, I am appalled by what is happening at the Champlain Senior
Center. Here is a brief historical perspective on recent events:

In 1997, Champlain Senior Center Inc. and Chittenden County Senior
Citizens Alliance (dba The Heineberg Senior Center) entered into a
lease agreement. The Champlain Senior Center leased the Heineberg
building for $1 per year and, in turn, provided programs and a director
at the Heineberg site. Revenue generated at Heineberg was given to
Champlain with two exceptions, a Prudential Mutual Fund and a savings
account for small building needs. Champlain assumed responsibility for
operational expenses at Heineberg, except for maintenance of the
elevator lift and small repairs at the building. (Chittenden County
Senior Citizens own the building at 14 Heineberg Road, which is exempt
from property taxes.)

Seniors at Heineberg were provided a safe and secure site to obtain
essential services, as well as programs to remain civically engaged and
healthy and mentally challenged. They remained the owners of the
building. The Board of Directors at Heineberg acted in an advisory
capacity to the Director and agreed to follow the policies set by the
Board of Directors at Champlain.

In September, the arrangement was reviewed by the current Executive
Director, Kathy Maieli, and the Board of Directors at Champlain Senior
Center. The former lease agreement had lapsed, and it was agreed that
some changes would be needed. On November 15, 2006, a new lease
agreement was presented by the Champlain Board to the Heineberg Board.
The Heineberg Board felt the new agreement was more restrictive and
less empowering, and suggested several changes to the agreement. The
Champlain Board rejected the changes and explained that, if the lease
was not signed within 24 hours, support would be withdrawn.. The
Heineberg Board refused to sign the contract and Champlain pulled their
support on November 30. This withdrawal of support included the
immediate removal of files, computers, network access, other supplies,
and has been cloaked in threats and intimidation against seniors at

This has left Heineberg seniors in the position of uncertainty and
without some vital services. In one example, the Soup and Salad Bar was
a daily meal option, but is no longer available.

Without an exit strategy, the abrupt departure of Champlain’s support
has created obvious stress on the seniors there. With the recent
departure of Gail Moreau as their Program Director (see below), the
board at Heineberg is trying to maintain programming at the most
difficult time of year for many seniors.

Two staff members at Heineberg Senior Center have recently resigned
because of philosophical differences with this new and disturbing
direction at Champlain Senior Center. Gail Moreau, Program Director at
Heineberg Senior Center, was a treasure at the heart of the senior
community, whose loss is most deeply felt by the seniors themselves.
The VISTA/Americorps staff person there has also left for the same

Personally, I was very disappointed when Kathy and the Champlain Board
chose not to accept my offer to provide a free holiday dinner for
seniors there on Christmas Day, complete with donated food, volunteer
help, transportation, giftbags, and a visit by Santa. Regardless of
their lack of support, the dinner will be held and transportation will
be provided, courtesy of the Burlington School Department and
Burlington Parks & Rec, both of whom were thrilled to participate.
We're expecting 100 seniors who would otherwise be at home alone that

When basic services are discontinued for low-income seniors, I believe
that our local community has a right to know. When priorities shift in
a negative direction within an organization, I think that folks who
donate their hard-earned financial support should be made aware.

And so, with a heavy heart, I must acknowledge that I can no longer
support Champlain Senior Center. I am concerned about the ability of
the Heineberg Senior Center to continue to provide important programs
and services for low-income seniors and pledge to help raise an
awareness about their need for financial support from this community.

I encourage you and your friends to send a donation immediately, so
that the doors at Heineberg can remain open. Please send your
financial support to:

Heineberg Senior Center
c/o Lada Maple, Treasurer
14 Heineberg Road Burlington, VT 05408

Thank you so much in advance for your consideration and support for our
seniors! Have a wonderful holiday season filled with light.

Warm regards,
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 12:39 AM   0 comments
Christmas 2006.
Sunday, December 03, 2006
This is the year that broke the camel's back. Nobody's getting a gift from me. Everybody's getting an inexpensive card with the following holiday greeting...

"Merry Christmas. A payment has been made in your honor toward the gift I got you last year.

Love, Haik"
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 7:17 PM   2 comments
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Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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Amendment VII

In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise reexamined in any court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

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Amendment II

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

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"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door."

-Emma Lazarus, 1883

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