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Political BBQ 2009
Sunday, June 28, 2009
This was the fourth annual Political Barbacue and Hamburger Summit hosted by Vermont Daily Briefing and Green Mountain Daily. Unlike the first three years when the BBQ was at North Beach, this one was in Montpelier. My family and I love this yearly event. Here's some photos from today with captions underneath.

The guy in the hat is Heretic, then clockwise it's me, Philip Baruth, JD Ryan, John Odum, and Julie Waters in the blue tank top. Photo by Poopsie.

Here's my kids and Arnie Gundersen playing with a dog. Photo by Poopsie.

Left to right it's Yanna, me, Poopsie and Koko. Photo by Philip Baruth.

Here's Heretic, me and Philip. Photo by Poopsie.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 10:23 PM   4 comments
We Are The World
Saturday, June 27, 2009

Props to Band Aid's Christmas song for leading the way for We Are The World written by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.

Props to the prescient James Kochalka for his Michael Jackson song (from memory):

Show respect to Michael Jackson
He's been through a lot
What do you want

Show respect to Michael Jackson
He's been through a lot
What do you want

No can dance like Michael can
No can sing like Michael can
Lay off Michael
He's my man

Remember when the whole world loved him

Re-mem-ber when Mich-ael Jack-son oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
Re-mem-ber when Mich-ael Jack-son oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 1:20 PM   8 comments
Michael Jackson 1958-2009
Friday, June 26, 2009


posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:32 AM   3 comments
Baruth does that thing with the S
Friday, June 19, 2009
A while back Charity Tensel and I got into a discussion about how to show possession when the noun doing the possessing already ends in s. Should one write 'Bernie Sanders' time as mayor' or 'Bernie Sanders's time as mayor?' It turns out that both ways can work, but I always like to add another s, because I'm a super litereal thinker who clings to procedural consistancy to maintain some semblence of sanity in this cockamamie world.

Anyway- it turns out our good friend, esteemed UVM English professor, blogger, school commissioner, Daysee award winner, Obama delegate, frequent visitor to Sweden and state senate candidate Philip Baruth also adds an s. From his post today on John Edwards :

"...But what does Edwards mean when he says that “time will tell” whether it was a good move to run for President in light of his semi-public infidelity?

That he may yet wind up winning the 2008 campaign? That history will one day realize that Elizabeth Edwards was not an admirable, long-suffering American icon but a figure of immense evil who deserved everything she got and more?

That Edwards’s love child may one day discover a cure for cancer, and dedicate a 2032 Nobel Prize to the courageous, free-loving father who made it all possible?" [Emphasis added.]

posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:36 AM   5 comments
Primacy, Recency and Repetition
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Repetition from 02.17.08

Read Minor Heresies.

If you want to an audience to actually remember something, and especially if you're trying to persuade them to act on that something- you make it the first thing you tell them, the last thing you tell them, and you repeat it a bunch of times in between.

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So if you have read this here before, and are reading it now- don't be surprised when you see it here again in the future...

Go read Minor Heresies. In a blogosphere often filled with noise, political sniping and blather, Minor Heresies represents an opportunity to nourish your mind with uniquely smart, forward thinking posts. Go there and read. Bookmark the link.

Read Minor Heresies.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 2:47 PM   0 comments
BurlingtonPol TV Show 3
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Oh God. Today is just a weird day. I was hoping to get Paul Decelles on my TV show this afternoon at 5:25pm on channel 17, but he can't make it. A backup plan would have been good. I'll have to come up with something.

If you watch, please call in at 862-3966 and talk live with me about anything you want.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 3:13 PM   1 comments
Kupferman Confirmed, Gross Out
Monday, June 15, 2009
Breaking News

Larry Kupferman was just reconfirmed as CEDO director by the city council in an 11 to 3 vote with only councilors Keogh, Berezniak and Shannon voting against his re-appointment.

Shannon led the effort against Kupferman, essentially saying he lacked the skills and merit for the job, and alluding to specific concerns which she would not enumerate. "I don't see the point," she said about going into specific detail about those concerns.

The rest of the mayor's appointments were confirmed without discussion, including that of current airport director Brian Searles taking over as interim Parks and Recreation Director. Current director Wayne Gross, mayor Kiss explained, will not be an employee of the city as of July 1.

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posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 9:02 PM   0 comments
Dems Split on Kupferman
Breaking News

John Briggs at the Free Press has been blogging about how the Dems might not vote to reappoint Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO) directory Larry Kupferman at tonight's city council meeting, but he's failed to get any of them on the record about why. So I wrote to council Dem Ed Adrian and here's what he said-
"Haik -

I do not think that at this point the Ds are unanimous on this issue. Some will be voting to reappoint and some will not.

I cannot speak for anybody else, but I will be voting to reappoint. Two weeks ago the public was put on notice that there were concerns that have been raised privately about Mr. Kupferman's ability to do the job. So far, I am not aware of one person going public with their concerns. I was privately contacted by one person asking me to reappoint and one person asking not to reappoint.

I am not going to deny the Mayor an appointment based on private conversations/concerns. If people really are so concerned with the CEDO Director's abilities and they have concrete examples, then they should be willing to publically state what they are. I understand the counter-argument which is that it is the Council's responsibility and not the public's to vote on reappointment, but in this case I am erring on the side of caution since it concerns an individual, rather than a matter of policy.

So there you have it. Some folks might not like Kupferman, but they are too shy to say why publicly. Based on that I'd have to guess he'll win re-appointment.


What do you think about the new free press "City Hall" blog by John Briggs? Or Briggs's reporting in general for that matter? He's biased right? Doesn't he clearly seem to hate the mayor? I left a comment on his "Not Exactly" post chiding him a little for injecting his own opinions into the posts, and he still hasn't approved it. Funny how Steve Benen can write a national blog with thousands of comments and he doesn't feel the need to vet them first, but Briggs and the Free Press do. Weak.

If I can't get Paul Decelles on my "live at 5:25" show tomorrow, I'll definitely fill some time on it soliciting callers' opinions on John Briggs's city hall coverage.

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posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 1:45 PM   1 comments
Dream within a Dream
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Have you ever had a dream within a dream? I napped for three hours this afternoon. I dreamed that I dreamed that I was with my mother again. It was a hot sunny day and I wanted to go to the beach. She kept saying that I better not. That I should just go home instead. In my mind I could see a dozen miniature Mount Ararats in a strange sunny landscape that seemed like it could be Australia. My mother held me like a baby, and kept saying I should just go home. Then I knew it was a dream and tears started streaming down my face because it seemed so real and I wanted to stay with my mother. But I eventually woke up. It was late afternoon. Still sunny but a little too late to get to the beach. I walked up the road and went inside several houses. I was exploring one, looking at layout and the furniture. I looked out the window. On porches and in yards, girls were taking off their outer clothes down to bikinis and sunning themselves. I was watching one, sort of androgenous person who wasn't in a bikini, but rather a very loose pair of shorts that allowed a view of one buttock up a pant leg. Suddenly I was startled by Lamar Alexander and a plump, artsy woman who I knew was the sister of one of my co-workers. They were standing outside looking into the window. Alexander shook my hand and said "Hello Haik" like I was an old friend. His hand was rough. I told him Philip Baruth was running for the Vermont senate, and asked him how things were going in the US senate. He said things were fine, and that they even had a Burlington Pol there now, adding something sort of pejorative about it under his breath. I said I had just seen Bernie at a party the day before (which is actually true in real life) and I asked him how his daughter Kathryn was. He said twice that he had absolutely no idea. I asked how he and my co-worker's sister happened to know each other and they started acting very uncomfortable. "The Opera." She said. "Oh yeah," I replied "Everybody meets at the Opera." Then it seemed like Lamar Alexander wanted the conversation to end, and I was ok with that, because I figured I already had enough for blog post. And then I woke up for real. That was about six hours ago, and I'm still trying to shake it off.
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Timothy Leary
Thursday, June 11, 2009
What's the deal with Timothy Leary's website? It's just him singing books. I love it!
Click the picture to go there.
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Ebb and Flow
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
I quit facebook, myspace and twitter, and I haven't much felt like blogging lately either. Burlington politics goes on of course, and I should start covering city hall a little closer for you.

John Briggs's coverage is ok, but his stories are clearly biased by his animosity toward the mayor. He's got a city hall blog now too (Good idea, right?) but he's biased. Shay Totten's writing is better than Briggs's but there's not really as much of it, since Seven Days is a weekly and Shay covers all state politics, not just Burlington. Therefore the niche that gives BurlingtonPol its value continues to exist, but I'm still going to slack all I want, since this is a hobby and I have a real life to tend to. Maybe I'll blog more in August.

Right now my thoughts are largely consumed by the important overseas mission I have to go on next month. I got one of those new fangled passports with a radio-chip in it, and the backpack song from Dora the Explorer keeps running through my mind. Man my little girl loves Dora.

In unrelated gossip, just for the hell of it- I heard Elijah Wood was back in Burlington with Gogol Bordello Sunday night. Rumor has it he was behind the bar at the OP serving drinks. Fun! Sorry I missed that party. Elijah- if you're reading- why don't you and Pamela just move here? It's nice here and we like you.

Also for the hell of it Here's Bernie Sanders's YouTube Page. He's fighting the fight for health care in America. Thank you Bernie. You're doing a great job.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 8:32 AM   6 comments
The Fear
Monday, June 08, 2009

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Kiss Firing Gross
Friday, June 05, 2009
Briggs reports Mayor Bob Kiss is fixin' to fire Parks and Recreation director Wayne Gross. I'm fine with that. Whatever.

Did you know that city charter was online?


posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 9:29 AM   1 comments
Romanian Athiest
Monday, June 01, 2009
I don't do social networking at all any more. I don't go to church. Life is its own prayer. I barely blog. Family is too important. Life is too short. I want my sins forgiven and my children loved and cared for.

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Here's her video Godless and Free:

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