Well, she looks like even more of an uninformed and petulant ass than usual, which is really saying something.
BIZ: You mean enhance civilization, make it even better?
Maureen Dowd: What’s your favorite book?
BIZ: I loved Sherlock Holmes when I was a kid.
Maureen Dowd: But you’ve helped destroy mystery.
BIZ: When you put more information out there, sometimes you can just put a little bit of it out, which just makes the mystery even broader.
. . .
Maureen Dowd: I would rather be tied up to stakes in the Kalahari Desert, have honey poured over me and red ants eat out my eyes than open a Twitter account. Is there anything you can say to change my mind?
BIZ: Well, when you do find yourself in that position, you’re gonna want Twitter. You might want to type out the message “Help.”
There is a lot of vicious reaction to Twitter in the media these days, and I'm not sure I totally get where it's coming from. Is it media professionals who feel threatened by legions of talented amateurs? Is it people who just don't want another thing to worry about? Are their bosses pressuring them to open an account for the visibility? Thoughts?
According to Freddie Mac's website, Kellerman was with Freddie Mac for more than 16 years and named Acting Chief Financial Officer in September.
Freddie Mac's interim CEO John Koskinen has released the following statement regarding the death of Kellermann.
"The Freddie Mac family is truly saddened by the news this morning of David Kellermann's death. We extend our deepest condolences to David's family and loved ones for this terrible personal tragedy."
If you use Wikipedia or Google, it's a mistrial. If you rely on arcane laws from the bible, it's cool.
Jurors reviewed a biblical passage relating that a murderer who used an iron object to kill "shall surely be put to death." They were deciding whether to impose a death sentence on Khristian Oliver for fatally shooting and bludgeoning his victim with the barrel of a gun.
The court previously has said that jurors should base their verdicts only on evidence presented in the courtroom.
The children range in age from 10 to 15 years and are now being looked after by the city's social services.
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