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Saturday, August 20, 2005

In search of America

Here's some pictures of the summer so far out here in Tashland
I will post the picture's of our trip to midland America as soon as I can figure out how to pull them off the computer that their stuck on right now. We traveled over 3000 miles in "search of America", a phase coined by Peter Jennies… My older sister used to play him as a ‘news anchor’ when she was little. My brother would sit behind her whispering what to say as she in turn sat behind a cardboard box repeating what parts she heard, while my mom taped it.

Even though I always thought he was without a doubt a bias newscaster, and many times boring, he still wasn’t Chris Mathews or James Carvile. He still had class.

6 Comments:

Blogger DJ said...

Class? Are you sure you're not confusing slime with class? When you pour enough into your hair, it can look pretty similar :)

Saturday, 20 August, 2005  
Blogger Queen of lilyflowers said...

How noble, tash. Talking about a dead man like that. But he was never my favorite news person either.Anyway, I love the picture of the butterflies!

Sunday, 21 August, 2005  
Blogger Prince Caspian said...

What?

Sunday, 21 August, 2005  
Blogger Tash said...

He still isn't Chris Mathews no matter how liberal he was.

Sunday, 21 August, 2005  
Blogger Prince Caspian said...

You sure have to be pretty bad to be in the ranks of the interruptive and angerfull Chris Mathews. Peter Jennies did have his spin but a least he covered ( or tried his hardest ) it up. Sometimes he seemed non-partisan, but at other very slanted. I think it would be better to narrow it down and say that he was not a Dan Rather type.

Sunday, 21 August, 2005  
Blogger Tash said...

Agreed, right on.

Sunday, 21 August, 2005  

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