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posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 6:35 AM   10 comments
Yeserday's Burlington Telecom Meeting
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
I stopped by City Hall yesterday to get a flavor for the joint meeting of the Burlington Telecom Advisory and the Citizens Advisory Committees. I almost crashed into Rabbi Glazier who was walking out of the building just as I was coming in.

Inside the auditorium it was a packed house. I listened to several speakers, most of whom spoke in favor of keeping Al Jazeera. Applause indicated a mostly pro-free speech audience, as well.

*Councilor Decelles spoke against keeping Al Jazeera on Burlington Telecom, citing veterans who live in Ward Seven. In a moment of muddled logic, he said he would never subscribe to Burlington Telecom because of them. Actually, Paul will never subscribe because he doesn't believe in the city owning a telecom company, whether they have Al Jazeera or not.

*Several speakers including James Vos reminded the committee that Al Jazeera has a large audience in Israel.

*One lady reminded counciler Decelles that veterans fought for our freedoms, including freedom of speech.

*Owen Mulligan said it was pathetic that BT no longer takes cash payments.

*One man in orthodox Jewish clothes questioned how some can say Al Jazeera is free to Burlington Telecom when they don't have a contract hammered out.

*One lady said if Al Jazeera goes, she will cancel her BT subscription.

*And so on. And so forth.

I went home and turned on Burlington Telecom channel 317 and saw the meeting wrap up on live TV.

Note: I am intentionally conflating Al Jazeera and Al Jazeera English. Unlike Bill Simmon I think it's better to conflate them than it is to parse them.

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posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 6:23 AM   15 comments
Burlington Telecom Meeting 4pm Today.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
A joint meeting of the Burlington Telecom Advisory Committee and the Citizens Advisory Council will be held today (May 27, 2008) at 4:00pm in Burlington City Hall Auditorium to discuss whether to keep or censor Al Jazeera.

I work until 4:30pm. Unless there's an emergency, I'll be there right after that. 4:00pm is a poor time for an important public meeting if you work, but show up if you can.

According to Seven Days. Al Jazeera will be there to cover the meeting. Free speech is an interesting topic for people everywhere.

Yesterday we remembered those who died for this nation. This nation exists because of a set of ideals, and the struggle to realize those ideals is always going on.

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Radio Deli III
Monday, May 26, 2008
Radio Deli III: Another picture II.

I did an interview with Radio Deli owners Pam Scanlon and Michael Niederer about a month ago. I still haven't written it up yet, but here's another picture to look at while you wait.

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posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 11:47 PM   0 comments
The Jack Stargazer Song
Wednesday, May 21, 2008





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posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 12:16 AM   1 comments
iBurlington for sale on eBay!
Friday, May 16, 2008
Brian Brown himself posted this yesterday:

"iBurlington.com is for sale by auction at eBay. The auction will conclude on Thursday, May 22, 2008 at 7:08pm.

Here is the link to the sale:
iBurlington on eBay Please feel free to ask any questions relating to the sale in the comments, or through eBay."
I would totally want to buy it if the starting bid were reasonable, but $299 is a little steep, even if it is worth it.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 6:40 AM   3 comments
free speech vs. tribalism
Thursday, May 15, 2008

"tribalism vs. free speech"

posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:52 PM   1 comments
City Council Agenda 05.19.08
Here's an MS Word .doc of Monday's City Council Agenda.

It makes Burlingtonians look like a bunch of drunks. Which we are. The city council is going to pass it all in about three seconds and hit the bars.

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Radio Deli II
Radio Deli II: Another picture.

I did an interview with Radio Deli owners Pam Scanlon and Michael Niederer about 20 days ago. I still haven't written it up yet, but here's another picture to look at while you wait.


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posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 6:23 AM   1 comments
Elroy Was Here
Monday, May 12, 2008
Click Elroy for Free Rice.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 10:26 PM   0 comments
On the Bus with Channel 3
Wednesday, May 07, 2008
I rode the bus with Scott the videographer from Channel 3 this morning. Andy Potter met us at the shopping center, but he got back in his car and drove to our interview at the Cherry Street depot. I just missed seeing it on the six o'clock news. Darn. There's an online story. I'm not sure the quote from me there is exact, but if it is I hope it sounded better than it read.

Andy Potter says "Haik Bedrosian took things a step further. He got rid of his car and now rides the bus all the time." I should probably explain that I "got rid of" my car this morning, rode the bus (or walked) for my travel needs "all the time" until 5 pm this evening. It's 6:49 pm now and I'm about to jump in my recenltly reaquired car and go to the store.

I am saving money riding the bus, however. Right now I'm using a quarter tank per week in the car I ditch and reaquire on weekdays down from the one tank per week I used on my old commute.

Also, Cathy Resmer said of me today "I'm never quite sure if he's joking." That's funny. I feel the same way about God.

Just kidding.

Is this thing on?

Tip your waitress.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 6:27 PM   11 comments
Radio Deli
Monday, May 05, 2008
Radio Deli I: One picture.

I did an interview with Radio Deli owners Pam Scanlon and Michael Niederer about 10 days ago. I still haven't written it up yet, but here's a picture to look at while you wait.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 10:21 PM   4 comments
David Sirota
Friday, May 02, 2008
Daivd Sirota sent an email to local bloggers including me.

"Wanted to get in touch and let you know I'm going to be in Vermont to launch my book, The Uprising. I have attached an embargoed press release and background info on the book. As a blogger myself, I figured I would see if you wanted to perhaps do an interview about the book before the event, or some such other kind of thing..." [Links added.]

I took him up and called him around 6:20 eastern time tonight for a short phone interview. Not verbatim without quotation marks. Ring ring.

DS: Hello?
HB: Hello. Is this David Sirota?
DS: Yes.
HB: Hi. This is Haik Bedrosian from BurlingtonPol.com. You sent an email about your book. Can we do a quick interview right now?
DS: Sure.
HB: What do you think about Ron Paul?
DS: I worked with him and his staff fairly often when I was Bernie's spokesperson on Capitol Hill.
HB: You worked for Bernie?
DS: I was his spokesperson from 1999-2001.
HB: Huh.
DS: Ron Paul is what we call "an honest conservative" in D.C. We worked with him on issues like ending corporate welfare, the IMF and prescription reimportation.
HB: So do you support Obama?
DS: I haven't endorsed anybody. I guess you could say I'm leaning toward Obama, but I was more toward Edwards when he was in the race. My job precludes me from making an endorsement.
HB: What's your job?
DS: I'm a political columnist and I write books.
HB: Oh. What paper do you write for?
DS: My column runs in 40 papers including the Denver Post, The Seattle Times and the San Francisco Chronicle.
HB: Yeah. I didn't really do my homework for this interview. I mean, I used to hear you on the Al Franken show. Ma-ma-ma-ma-my-my-my Sirota. We can't get Air America on the radio in Burlington anymore. Hey! Do you know Rachel Maddow?
DS: I'm on her show all the time.
HB: Man, I love her. But do you think she's selling her soul working for GE? I mean just now on TV I heard her cheering Hillary's threat to obliterate Iran as earning her "hawkish stripes."
DS: Micheal Moore ran into this dilemma with Rupert Murdoch and he said if he could use Murdoch's resoures to get his own message out, it's a coup.
HB: Do you consider yourself to be a member of a party?
DS: I guess you could say I'm a Democrat, but a Progresisve Democrat.
HB: So if you lived in Burlington you'd be a Progressive? You would support Bob Kiss and David Zuckerman?
DS: Yes. I actually serve on a committee with David Zuckerman. The Progressive States Network.
HB: Where do you live?
DS: Denver.
HB: Are you married? Kids? How old are you?
DS: I'm 32. Married since 2005. No kids. We have a dog named Monty, for Montana where we used to live. We helped Brian Schweitzer get elected.
HB: He's smart. He's a geologist. What do you think about the gold standard?
DS: I can't really speak on that. It's not where my focus has been...
HB: Peter Welch reacted the same way when I aked him about it. It was just way off his radar.
DS: Yeah.
HB: Some of my readers will think that it's neat that I spoke with you. Thanks for taking the time. I'll post your materials and announce your book launch.
DS: And I hope to meet you in Burlington at the event.

Bye. Click.

Poopsie: Did you ask him about his name? You should ask him about his name. Sirota means orphan in Russian.

HB: That's interesting Honey, but I'm not going to call back and ask him about it.

*****
David Sirota Tuesday May 27, 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Borders Books Church Street

Speech, Q&A and book signing sponsored by Democracy for Vermont and Chittenden South DFA.

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