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The War in Georgia
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Amid all the talk from George W. Bush about his support for the "democratically elected" government of Georgia...

It's important to remember that the Russian government is also democratically elected.

It's also important to remember that Georgia initiated the current hostilities when it invaded South Ossetia on August 7.

It's also important to remember that as Bush sends troops to Georgia on a "humanitarian" mission, most of our forces remain tied down in Iraq and exhausted.

It's also important to remember that we invaded Iraq and toppled its government without provocation or any real international support. As a result, we have no moral authority to tell Russia what to do.

It's also important to remember that we need the oil flowing through Georgia, regardless of who ultimately controls it.

If Russia doesn't want to allow those humanitarian missions, there is nothing we can do about it. If Russia wants to take over Georgia, there is nothing we can do about it.

If Bush wants to pick a fight with Russia right now, it will be a humiliating disaster for the United States.

We shoud stay the hell out of this an not take sides. It's none of our business.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 6:43 PM   5 comments
Pinnacle of Service
This was passed on by Linda Deleduka via a Three Virtues Neighborhood Front Porch Forum email. This kid Jon Flint will be fixing up the Pinnacle at Ethan Allen Park. If I recall, that was an awesome place for keg parties when I was in high school. Call, email or send money to Jon if you want to help...

"Dear New North End Neighbor,

Hello, my name is Jon Flint. I am a Boy Scout from Troop 50 in Burlington, and I have begun working on my Eagle Project, which is a requirement for earning the highest rank in Scouting. My project focuses on Ethan Allen Park, a historic attraction that has provided countless memories for this community since it became city property in 1907. Parks and Recreation has worked to improve the entrance and lower playground areas, but the Pinnacle area with which I am concerned has yet to see any major renovations.

The first phase of my plan focuses on reopening and highlighting the breathtaking views from the Pinnacle across Lake Champlain. The second phase will include repainting, repairing, and restoring the gazebo located at the Pinnacle. A rock garden will be planted beside the gazebo, and two benches will be installed overlooking the vista. These improvements will significantly enhance the atmosphere at Ethan Allen Park.

This vision will become a reality through help from our community. Preserving Ethan Allen Park for future generations will require support and a renewed dedication to insuring that this park will never become simply a photograph in Burlington's history. I am asking you for your help. Whether your gift is monetary or volunteering time, I would appreciate your contribution. If your business is interesting in helping to sponsor this project or in assisting with the purchase of materials, please contact me.

Here are three ways you can help restore the Pinnacle at Ethan Allen Park:

1. Make a check out to "Jonathan Flint- Eagle Project" and send it/drop it off at 33 Tracy Dr., Burlington, VT 05408. A gift of any amount will help.

2. Groundbreaking will be Saturday, August 23; we'll need help power washing, patching, and painting the gazebo, and cleaning up around the Pinnacle- there's a job for all ages and abilities! Email me at to volunteer.

3. All the materials for this project need to be donated or purchased, so if you know someone who can get a deal on slate, perennials (dwarf juniper, spruce, pine, and arborvitae), mulch, top soil, or paint, please let me know by phone or email.

Thanks for your support!

Jon Flint
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 11:48 AM   0 comments
Gruel-A-Thon II
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Gruel-A-Thon II: Day Three

I'm on the Gruel-A-Thon guy's email list. I'm not going to post updates from all five days of his ride, but here's the text of the "Day Three" email:
"Hi Everybody,

Welcome to Day Three of the GRUEL-A-THON: Dan Hanson's solo, unsupported attempt to bicycle 1000 Miles in 5 Days for the National Veterans Foundation.

Amount of Sleep Before Riding:4 hours

Departure Time
: 8am

Weather: constant headwind again- storms just missed him

Tire/Tube Flats
: none- tire gods are with me-

People or Events of Interest
: mailed about 41/2 lbs home to lighten his load. Alton NY postmaster Anne's Dad Maurice was in the 4th infantry division- in the second wave of infantry to hit Utah Beach on D-Day. Anne had an English farthing around her neck which her Dad wore with his dog tags when he hit the beach. He's now 83!

Pain Report
:Butt hurts, neck hurts and fingers are numb. Bought more Bag Balm. Struggling with constant headwinds and emotional lows. Had to wash clothes- got too smelly to stand myself. Sponge bath at car wash with Armor all wipes. it's called Improvisation.

Place and End Time of Day Three
: Will try to ride till he hits 600 miles.

Total Distance Bicycled Thus Far:

Sleeping Location
: Don't know yet- Hopefully near Rochester.

(1) Telephone your local newspaper, radio and/or television station and ask them to mention the GRUEL-A-THON and NVF in their news. They can contact the NVF directly, 888.777.4443, during the ride for a press release or me at this e-mail after the event on Thursday, August 14th.
(2) FORWARD this e-mail to ALL of your e-mail contacts.
(3) Make a donation, if you haven't already, to the National Veterans Foundation by going to
Dan Hanson
Reporting from the Road via the Beautiful Laurie Casserly, GRUEL-A-THON Gal and Staff Reporter"
(If you want to follow the events of all five days, check out the Gruel-A-Thon MySpace page.)
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:46 AM   1 comments
Dr. Tufo Retiring
Sunday, August 10, 2008
Henry Tufo has been my father's doctor for about my whole life. Over 30 years anyway. He was my mom's doctor too, until she died in January. My dad got a letter last week announcing Tufo's retirement from his practice at the Bishop DeGoesbriand Hospital / University Health Center (UHC) on October first. My dad who is 99, will have his last appointment with Dr. Tufo next week. My father never needs any medical treatment. He thinks Tufo just wants to have him in to say goodbye.

Interesting character, Dr. Tufo is. I've never met the man, but I happen to know that he's such an institution all new Fletcher Allen employees have to learn a little about him in their orientation training. He's given a ton of money to the hospital, and he's also the one who gave Rich Tarrant and Bob Hoehl their big break, awarding them a software contract for UHC in the early 1970s. He's been the president of the UHC and later the chief operating officer of IDX.

So I guess my dad will have to find a new doctor now. Kind of a drag to have to find a new doctor when you're almost 100, but I guess that's life. You can't blame Dr. Tufo for retiring. He's got to be getting up there himself. Anyway- I wish him the best.

Thanks for taking care of my parents all these years, Dr. Tufo. And thanks for all you've done for our community. Enjoy your retirement. You've earned it.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 9:39 PM   0 comments
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I'm going to have to cut my radio show short Saturday morning. I have an important meeting in Essex at 11am, so I'll only be on from 10:00-10:20 to allow travel time.

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And I took down my recent 'celebrity' post. No more "Frodo-Bloggins," as it were. I just, you know... eeech. Not feelin' it. Too nice to exploit by blogging. Too many weird fan sites linking here from all over the world. Maybe I'll put the post back up later when it's dropped off the front page.

Hey- you catch any of those opening ceremonies in Beijing? There's some discipline for you, all those dancers perfectly synchronized down to the tiniest detail. We could never pull that off in America. Our people just aren't that disciplined.

Thank you for reading You will bring Captain Solo and the Wookie to me. Visit often.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 10:56 PM   3 comments
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Thrax Case vs. The Smell Test
Wednesday, August 06, 2008
I just have to mention how exceptionally fishy the recent developments in the Anthrax case seem.

One of my wife's friends is preparing to move to Detroit for Grad school by paring down her belongings. She's been giving Poopsie a bunch of clothes she feels don't make sense to bring with.

That's what people do when they prepare to make a transition. They tie up lose ends and get rid of things that might weigh them down.

That's why I find it so sketchy that just six months before Bush leaves the White House, this guy Bruce Ivans, one of the world's top biological poison researchers supposedly kills himself with Tylenol and is then immediately said by the government to be solely responsible for the anthrax attacks of 2001.

How convenient.

Our friend Philip at VDB, returning home from Sweden today to find his third Daisy waiting for him, had the sleeper scoop of the century last September when Pat Leahy told him he thought there were people in the government who knew where the Anthrax came from...
"Leahy: [Slowly, with a little shake of the head] I don’t think it’s somebody insane. I’d accept everything else you said. But I don’t think it’s somebody insane. And I think there are people within our government — certainly from the source of it — who know where it came from. [Taps the table to let that settle in] And these people may not have had anything to do with it, but they certainly know where it came from."
So is the death of Ivans really a part of the Bush team's tying up of loose ends before they move on? Maybe we'll eventually find out Ivans knocked down tower seven somehow too.

Who knows? It just all seems wicked sketchy. We'll have to ask Philip if there were any bad smells wafting across the Oresund Strait on his trip.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 9:29 PM   1 comments
Elijah Bordello
Tuesday, August 05, 2008
I ran into Elijah Wood downtown after work today. I figured I'd say hello, since you don't run into too many movie stars around here who aren't Luis Guzmán. I introduced myself as a friend of Cooley's to give him a frame of reference. He was very nice and introduced me to his girlfriend Pamela Racine. She asked me if I was coming to the show tonight at higher ground. Show? Oh. Gogol Bordello, her band, and Eugene's, is in town tonight. I told her I wish I could, but I have these two little kids at home you see... She said her brother has the same excuse. They both said Burlington is a great town.

When I got back to my car I realized I had left my keys back at the office. Darn. I called Poopsie. She had to drop off some books at the Fletcher anyway, so I had a nice chat with Caribbean Pat, grabbed a beer at the OP and met her and the library. We decided to take a walk up Church Street. Crossing Winooski at College we saw Bernie Sanders walking by Pure Pop. Then we crossed paths with Peter Clavelle who was walking East on College. I can't tell if he said hi to us or not. Poopsie thought he did. I think he might have just been glancing at her because she's hot. I took a look back to see if Bernie and Peter were going to run into each other. I'd have been interested to see how they react when they cross paths, but I think Bernie was already across College by the time Clavelle got there. All well. I still remember somebody in Peter's office back in 1989 saying "Somebody should tell Bernie he's not mayor anymore!" Ah. The good old days.

Anyway. We took our walk and had a nice time. Koko and Yanna danced to the one-man-band guy before we headed back to Poopsie's car. Then she went home and I went and got gas, picked up blankets at the laundry, bought some food at Hannaford and some deodorant and razor blades at Rite Aid. New north end Rite Aid. Not downtown Rite Aid. Damn it's amazing how fast you can drop $80 on a Tuesday.

Now I'm home blogging and Poopsie is not happy about it. I gotta get off the computer and go help with the kids and dinner. It would be fun to be moshing at the Bordello show tonight, but hey- I'm 35 and I have a good life.

I wouldn't trade it.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 6:52 PM   6 comments
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