Thursday, July 31, 2003

A Gay High School in New York:
rambling comments:

What is the entrance exam like?

Can you be bisexual, sexually confused, a straight transvestite? And besides I have seen plenty of homosexuals who are bullies and live thier lives insulting and trying to make others feel ashamed or uncomfortable. Rex Reed, Roy Cohn, Naughty Norton, virtually every movie critic. In fact they'll be all picking on the fat, messy kid with poor taste in clothes that like country music.

This will never fly. If it flies for one year like the Bring Your Daughter to Work Day did, it will be defeated when a group forms a Puerto Rican school, a Catholic school, a Arab-American school, or a Children of Broken Homes School. True it wil take the courts two or three years to shut it down and they will have a run for that long, but how dumb!

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" but he came from Harvey Milk High School, Sergeant!

I wonder which health insurance carrier is going to be rushing over there to set up the Group Policy, solid as the rock? Good hands? The Firestone Rubber Company?

Who wants to be the guidance counseller at Harvey Milk High School? Dairy Queen?
We put the seconds into Secondary Education.
We put the tension in detention.
We put the dick in valedictorian!
We got more cum in magna cum laude.
Summa cum lauder than others.

"Help? My mother made me a queer!"
'If I give her the wool, will she make me one?'

Please someone stop me, I can't control myself!!!!




---- Original Message -----
From: Richard
To: redacted
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 6:44 PM


From the NY Daily News....

Mike Hails Gay H.S As A Shelter From Bullies

"Mayor Bloomberg is defending a plan to open the city's first entire high school for gay students, touting it yesterday as a haven from bullies. The Harvey Milk High School is scheduled to open in the fall at 2 Astor Place in the East Village with an initial enrollment of about 100 students after a $3.2 million renovation."
Mike Hails Gay H.S As A Shelter From Bullies

Of course, for $3.2 million, you could hire personal body guards for every one of those kids at 32 large a pop. Or, you could round up the bullies and throw them out of school --- that would be free.

Didn't the ACLU sue the city when they tried to open a school for girls in Harlem after studies showed that girls did better academically in an all girl environment? Does anyone remember if that school ever got opened? Because if it didn't, this new school sure as hell shouldn't be opened.

The future possibilities are endless......

Fat Albert High
Bad Complexion High
Speech Impediment High
Yo Mama is Ugly High

You KNOW that the only reason Bloomberg is behind this is because, when he was a kid, he probably got pounded like a Narc at a bikers' rally!

You can't make this stuff up!


******************************************
Richard ...

Wednesday, July 30, 2003

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Tuesday, July 29, 2003

The life of an ordinary man:

When I was 14, I hoped that one day I would have a girlfriend.

When I was 16, I got a girlfriend, but there was no passion. So I decided I needed a passionate girl with a zest for life.

In college, I dated a passionate girl, but she was too emotional. Everything was an emergency; she was a drama queen, cried all the time and threatened suicide. So, I decided I needed a girl with stability.

When I was 25, I found a very stable girl, but she was boring. She was totally predictable and never got excited about anything. Life became so dull that I decided that I needed a girl with some excitement.

When I was 28, I found an exciting girl, but I couldn't keep up with her. She rushed from one thing to another, never settling on anything. She did mad, impetuous things and made me miserable as often as happy. She was great fun initially and very energetic, but directionless. So I decided to find a girl with some real ambition.

When I turned 31, I found a smart, ambitious girl with her feet planted firmly on the ground and married her. She was so ambitious that she divorced me and took everything I owned.

I am now 44 and looking for a girl with really big tits.

Sunday, July 27, 2003

Saturday, July 26, 2003

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ATKINSON, ROWAN

British Actor

By the mid-1990s Rowan Atkinson had achieved a certain ubiquity in British popular-cultural life, with comedy series (and their reruns) on television, character roles in leading films, and even life-size cutouts placed in branches of a major bank--a consequence of his advertisments for the bank. Yet, despite Atkinson's high profile, his career has been one of cautious progressions, refining and modestly extending his repertoire of comic personae. As one of his regular writers, Ben Elton, has commented, Atkinson is content to await the roles and vehicles that will suit him rather than constantly seek the limelight.

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Friday, July 25, 2003

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Click here to listen to Kylie sing 'Surrender (Talking soul mix)' recorded in 1994 but not released until 2003 [by BMG UK & Ireland Litd.].
KYLIE MINOGUE shows off a massive pair of Gladiator-style boots as she steps out on a shopping trip.

Very few people could wear these clodhoppers and get away with it.

But that didn’t faze Kylie as she walked near her home in West London.


Kylie is a fashion icon. I hope she hasn’t put her foot in it.



Here is Bill Moyers stuck in a time warp of imagination from the 70s still rehashing the same old overhashed and discredited liberal prejudices of his LBJ day.

The viewers and followers of this dumbed down claptrap must all be cut from the cliche of Dharma's dad. Moyers still speaks as if his worlkd view had any credibiltiy and in fact as if it were the main stream of suppositions held by most thinking people.

Listen to this hogwash on the FCC business, "following the FCC action, letters are running 9 to one agianst the change in the rules..."

What BS. That is so crooked it's laughable. 9 to one because there is a campaign. 9 to one because it is done. Overwith. Why would anyone who supports what the FCC has already done bother to write anyone about it? 9ro one. Hah, humbug.




Wednesday, July 23, 2003

"That bitch is a real dog, cats."
The 50's &60's
Were you a kid in the Fifties or so ? Everybody makes fun of our childhood! Comedians joke. Grandkids snicker. Twenty-something's shudder and say "Eeeew!" But was our childhood really all that bad? Judge for yourself:
In 1953 The US population was less than 150 million... Yet you knew more people then, and knew them better... And that was good.
The average annual salary was under $3,000...Yet our parents could put some of it away for a rainy day and still live a decent life... And that was good.
A loaf of bread cost about 15 cents... But it was safe for a five-year-old to skate to the store and buy one... And that was good.
Prime-Time meant I Love Lucy, Ozzie and Harriet, Gunsmoke and Lassie... So nobody ever heard of ratings or filters... And that was good.
We didn't have air-conditioning... So the windows stayed up and half a dozen mothers ran outside when you fell off your bike. And that was good.
Your teacher was either Miss Matthews or Mrs. Logan or Mr. Adkins... But not Ms. Becky or Mr. Dan... And that was good.
The only hazardous material you knew about...Was a patch of grassburrs around the light pole at the corner... And that was good.
You loved to climb into a fresh bed... Because sheets were dried on the clothesline... And that was good.
People generally lived in the same hometown with their relatives... So "child care" meant grandparents or aunts and uncles.. And that was good.
Parents were respected and their rules were law..... Children did not talk back..... and that was good.
TV was in black-and-white... But all outdoors was in glorious color....And that was certainly good.
Your Dad knew how to adjust everybody's carburetor... And the Dad next door knew how to adjust all the TV knobs... And that was very good.
Your grandma grew snap beans in the back yard...And chickens behind the garage... And that was definitely good.
And just when you were about to do something really bad... Chances were you'd run into your Dad's high school coach... Or the nosy old lady from up the street... Or your little sister's piano teacher... Or somebody from Church... ALL of whom knew your parents' phone number....And
YOUR first name... And even THAT was good! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ REMEMBER......
Send this on to someone who can still remember Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, Laurel &Hardy, Abbott &Costello, Sky King, Little Lulu comics, Brenda Starr, Howdy Doody and The Peanut Gallery, The Lone Ranger, The Shadow Knows, Nellie Belle, Roy and Dale, Trigger and Buttermilk as well as
the sound of a reel mower on Saturday morning, and summers filled with bike rides, playing in cowboy land, playing hide and seek and kick-the-can and Simon Says, baseball games, amateur shows at the local theater before the Saturday matinee, bowling and visits to the pool...and eating Kool-Aid powder with sugar, and wax lips and bubblegum cigars!
Didn't that feel good, just to go back and say, Yeah, I remember that!
And was it really that long ago?

Monday, July 21, 2003

The Power of Posture
July 21, 2003

How you stand can be as important as what you say. Here are the ten categories of behavior you should monitor to improve your "presence" and effectiveness.

by Nick Morgan

The way you stand could change your life. Immediately. For businesspeople, stance is an important indicator of how deeply you are engaged with your job, how much you believe in the products you are selling, how confident you are that your company will survive.

And that's just for starters. Did you know that you are likely to make or break a sale by what you do in the first fifteen seconds after entering the customer's office—before you say anything? Or that you can increase your attractiveness to others—and your success in your career—by how you move your head? Or that the seat you take at a table will determine, in part, the direction a negotiation will take?

These insights and many more are at the heart of modern communications research, and Teach Yourself Body Language, by Gordon Wainright (McGraw-Hill, 2003), summarizes much of it in very practical terms that readers can put to work immediately to change their lives.

Take stance. Wainwright suggests an experiment in which you stand straight, tuck your tummy in, hold your head high, and smile at those you meet. Do this for a week, concentrating especially on those who normally don't seem to be very friendly in your workplace. Wainwright predicts, based on many such experiments, that you'll find people treat you differently immediately. You'll garner more respect, you'll be taken more seriously, and you'll find that even the grumpy ones warm up to you.

Your stance, broadly speaking, signals to the world how energetic, confident, and powerful you are. Slumped shoulders, a downcast gaze, a slow pace, and a sagging belly are taken by the world to mean that you lack confidence, that you don't have much energy, and that you are probably less important, successful, and powerful as a result. These impressions may be neither accurate nor fair, but they are the inevitable results of the fleeting impressions we tend to get of one another during the course of a busy day.

Those are just the fleeting impressions. Stance, and what used to be called your bearing, can play much more important roles when you're negotiating an important contract or trying to close a sale. We like to deal with winners, and we are more inclined to yield negotiating points to people who appear to be operating from a position of strength.

And what about those first fifteen seconds after entering a room? Wainwright reports research that measured the status of people who enter an office. Low-status people tend to linger at the door. Medium-status people go in halfway. And high-status people go in all the way to the desk and sit down next to the occupant.

To increase your attractiveness, Wainwright suggests ten categories of behavior to monitor and improve. Studies show that attractive people tend to be more successful, everything else being equal, so more than mere likability is at stake here. The ten categories are:

Eye contact: The more the better, up to visual intrusiveness.

Facial expression: Be lively, smile a lot, look interested.

Head movements: Nod to show interest, keep your chin up.

Gestures: Be expressive and open, without overdoing it.

Posture: Stand erect, lean forward to show interest, lean back to be informal.

Proximity and orientation: Get as close as you can to people without crowding.

Bodily contact: Touch as often as you can without causing offense.

Appearance and physique: Go for color in dress, fitness in physique.

Timing and synchronization: Speed up your activities to just before the point of inefficiency.

Nonverbal aspects of speech: Try to balance your need to talk with the need to listen.

If taking on all of these desiderata sounds like a tall order, take heart in the knowledge that doing even a few of them will begin to increase your attractiveness to others. You don't have to manage them all at once. In fact, you don't have to manage them at all, if you can find enthusiasm for your job, your colleagues, and your activities in general. If you are enthusiastic, you'll discover that you'll naturally increase your attractiveness by unconsciously doing many of the behaviors on the list.

Reprinted with permission from “Are You Standing in the Way of Your Own Success?” Harvard Management Communication Letter, June 2003
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Sunday, July 20, 2003

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XIV. Book Production and Distribution, 1625–1800
By H. G. ALDIS, M.A., Peterhouse, Secretary of the University Library
Attempts at State Control under Charles I. and the Commonwealth
The Censorship of L’Estrange
Lapse of the Licensing Laws
Copyright before 1709
The first Copyright Act
The battle for Perpetual Copyright
The relations between Author and Publisher in the Seventeenth Century
Milton, Baxter
Earnings of playwrights
Literature becomes a Profession
Increase of the Reading Classes
Patrons and Dedications
The Publisher as Patron and Employer
Leading Publishers in Commonwealth and Restoration times
The Eighteenth Century
Tonson, Lintot, Dodsley, Millar
Trade books
Society for Encouragement of Learning
Bell’s Poets and Johnson’s Poets; Paternoster Row Numbers
Booksellers’ Clubs
Cadell, Strahan
Literary Booksellers
Curll and Grub Street
“The Trade” in London
Little Britain
Scot, Bateman, the Ballards
Other Localities; Westminster Hall
Literary Coffee-houses
Payne, Davies
Popular Literature
Practical Divinity, Chapbooks
The Retail Bookseller
Sale by auction
Printed Catalogues; James Lackington
Circulating Libraries and Book Clubs
Trade Lists of Current Publications
Trade sales
The Provincial Trade
Scotland and Ireland
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Saturday, July 19, 2003

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Friday, July 18, 2003

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Thursday, July 17, 2003

Kylie's Bum Gets A Legal Slapping

Dilek O'Keeffe, the artist who painted 'Consumerism 2 - Talent' featuring a likeness of Kylie Minogue, has painted an amended version following the withdrawal of the original by the Royal Academy in London, after they were threatened with legal action by Minogue's lawyers.

Minogue Inc. claimed her copyright was infringed over the unauthorized use of an image of Kylie's bum in the original painting. The painting was withdrawn from the exhibition by the Royal Academy without contesting the claim.

Now Dilek has painted a revised version and is demanding the Royal Academy replace the original Minogue painting with a not so flattering but also not so recognizable Pop start image.

"There is no excuse for the Royal Academy continuing to exclude the work from the Summer Exhibition" Dilek says. "The RA are supposed to stand up for artistic innovation, integrity and cultural freedom of expression. It's a scandal if today's RA are just one more institution that lies down under pressure from corporate and commercial interests."

From E-commerce Law Week

- Gator Sheds Crocodile Tears for U-Haul's Defeat
In the annals of Truly Annoying Internet Business Models, nothing can displace spam's claim to the Number 1 spot. But adware has a solid claim to second place, aggravating not only Internet users, whose machines are clogged by extra popups, but also Internet content providers, whose content is hijacked to support advertisers who haven't paid a penny to the content providers. The two market leaders in adware are Gator and WhenU. Gator is by far the better known, but it looks as though WhenU may have better lawyers. WhenU has defeated U-Haul in litigation over the legality of the adware business model. The Eastern District Court of Virginia dismissed claims of trademark infringement, unfair competition, and copyright infringement filed by U-Haul against WhenU.com, although the full opinion will not be available for several weeks. The order muddies the waters for future litigation against WhenU's more infamous cousin, Gator. Because the two share a similar business model, the reasoning behind Judge Gerald Bruce Lee's rejection of U-Haul's legal arguments is likely to carry weight in Gator's disputes.

- Decision of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in U-Haul, International, Inc. v. WhenU.com, Inc., et al., Civil Action No. 02-1469-A, June 24, 2003

- Is the DMCA Constitutional?
Public domain defenders are suggesting that the constitutionality of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") may be in question as a result of their worst Supreme Court loss ever -- the January 15 opinion in Eldred v. Ashcroft. Remarkably, they may be right. Commentators have latched on to a seeming side-comment in Justice Ginsburg's majority opinion: "When ... Congress has not altered the traditional contours of copyright protection, further First Amendment scrutiny is unnecessary." In context, they say, the Court's opinion implies that fair use is constitutionally protected -- or at least that Congressional meddling with traditional fair use doctrines could run afoul of the First Amendment. Yale Law Professor Jack M. Balkin, a specialist in Constitutional and First Amendment law, is now arguing that the DMCA represents just such meddling.

- Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in Eldred et al. v. Ashcroft, Attorney General, No. 01-618, January 15, 2003


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Legal Notebook
'Staffing needs' change cited for Goodwin Procter layoffs
Sheri Qualters
Journal Staff

Joining the ranks of law firms laying off staff, Goodwin Procter LLP trimmed staff support late last month.

The firm eliminated 11 full-time administrative positions at its Boston headquarters, including nine secretaries and two staff positions in the word-processing area, confirmed public relations manager Melissa Benson in a statement. The firm also cut several part-time secretarial positions, according to Benson.

Partner payouts



Because law firms have varying partnership structures with a range of what constitutes equity, or voting, partners and nonequity partners, there's a broad spectrum of remuneration among top dogs at top-ranked firms. Often, the discrepancy between profits-per-equity-partner and payouts-to-partners can be equally vast, due to the diluting effects of nonequity partners. According to data from the Am Law 100 annual survey in the American Lawyer trade magazine published earlier this month, the top-paying firms in 2002 weren't necessarily the most profitable. Here are the numbers, according to what the magazine defines as equity and nonequity partners:

At Ropes & Gray, which has a single-tier structure of 151 equity partners, the partners each took home an average of $835,000 -- the same as profits per partner.

Hale and Dorr LLP's 143 equity and 10 nonequity partners each made an average of $785,000, compared with profits per partner of $810,000.

Goodwin Procter's 100 equity and 55 nonequity partners were paid an average of $745,000 each, compared with profits per partner of $960,000.

McDermott Will's profits per partner were $1.07 million, and its 280 equity and 252 nonequity partners took home about $300,000 less, or an average of $725,000.

Bingham McCutchen LLP averaged $920,000 in profits per equity partner, and its 93 equity and 147 nonequity partners saw average pay of $600,000 each.

At Greenberg Traurig LLP, the 197 equity and 179 nonequity partners earned an average of $550,000 each, compared with profits per partner of $780,000.

Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo PC's 57 equity and 108 nonequity partners each took in an average of $440,000 in compensation, from its profits per partner of $660,000.

With profits per partner of $470,000, Seyfarth Shaw's 197 equity and 25 nonequity partners made an average of $435,000 per person.

Nixon Peabody LLP reaped $465,000 in profits per partner, and its 227 equity and 69 nonequity partners each earned an average of about $405,000.

Duane Morris LLP's 141 equity and 91 nonequity partners and Holland & Knight LLP's 430 equity and 234 nonequity partners took home about $360,000 each, but Duane reaped $445,000 in profits per partner, while Seyfarth's partners each made $470,000 in profits.

Wednesday, July 16, 2003

Kylie on a man hunt


Besotted ... Kylie


LOVESICK KYLIE MINOGUE has jetted to Canada to be with actor boyfriend OLIVIER MARTINEZ on the set of his latest movie.

A friend said: “Kylie cancelled everything. It was spur of the moment and very unlike her. She’s fallen for him in a big way.”

Scott's Website :- http://finerfeelings.co.uk