Another ambulance chasing idiot

In a story about the Tiger attack at the San Fransisco Zoo, and 911 recordings that seem to indicate that a zoo employee, in another part of the zoo, having the story relayed to him over a two-way radio, seemed not to believe what he was being told:

Michael Cardoza, a personal injury lawyer hired by Sousa’s parents, said Tuesday that his clients had not yet listened to the recordings.
Cardoza said he was struck by how cogent the brother who made the 911 call sounded, despite his obvious terror and the initial incredulity of zoo employees.
“That is tantamount to me going up to a cop saying, ‘There is a guy with a gun behind our building and he just shot somebody,’ and the cop saying, ‘Are you on drugs?’” Cardoza said. “Why don’t you go check it out first, and then question the reliability of the people who are reporting it, especially when one of them is standing there bleeding?”

Fucking idiot. In fact, it’s much closer in comparison to a prison employee running up to a prison guard, saying “Come quick” there’s an inmate over there with a gun!!” In that case, the prison guard would rightly be skeptical. But a cop on the street, responding to a distressed citizen? I don’t think so.
He’s so blinded by dollar signs, the damn ambulance chaser can’t even put together a coherent analogy. Oh, but wait. The proper analogy doesn’t put the dollar signs in his pocket. Nevermind.
And funny how the reporter mentions the fact that despite his incredulousness, he did in fact call 911.

Wha-wha-WHAT?

From the Dispatch:

Change of plans
The Buckeyes were scheduled to set up camp for the first two days at Tulane University’s outdoor practice field, then move to the indoor facility of the New Orleans Saints’ practice complex for the last run-through Saturday.
But they will work out in the Saints’ indoor field today because the cold front that pushed temperatures below freezing the past two nights has included a stiff wind the Buckeyes would rather avoid.
LSU is practicing in the Superdome all week

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Excuse me? LSU gets the Superdome for practice? How is that determined? Ohio State is the home team, is it not?
So LSU is going to enjoy home field advantage by virtue of geography, plus they get a whole week to practice on the field, too? Why not just play the game at LSU?

Glory be the BCS!

Last night was a pretty shocking night of college football. #1 and #2, Missouri and West Virginia, both went down in flames on the season’s last night of college football. And so Ohio State, which lost it’s next to last game of the season, nevertheless is poised to be No. 1 and playing for the National Championship in January.
As my father often says on the golf course, sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good………..
Go Bucks!

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I’ve updated to MT4 and just making sure that everything is smooth.
There is a new style, which I will stick with until I understand this MT4 thing, and find a new style that I like.

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Who’s a junior senator?

Is bias in the MSM so pervasive now that they not only show bias to the D’s, but they are now comfortable revealing their primary picks?
See if you can pick up the subtle bias in Hillary’s favor here:

By last night, senior aides to Clinton, who represents New York, and Obama, the junior senator from Illinois, were quarreling on television, their raised voices a measure of how competitive the 2008 presidential campaign has become with more than six months until the first votes are cast.

Catch that? Clinton represents New York, while Obama is just the “junior” senator from Illinois. Why doesn’t it say, “Clinton, the junior Senator from New York, and Obama, who represents Illinois……”? Only the “journalist” who wrote the article knows for sure.

Everything?

The Hotline blog highlights this exhange between Barack Obama and George Stephanopolous:

STEPHANOPOULOS: You’ve also said that with Social Security, everything should be on the table.
OBAMA: Yes.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Raising the retirement age?
OBAMA: Everything should be on the table.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Raising payroll taxes?
OBAMA: Everything should be on the table. I think we should
approach it the same way Tip O’Neill and Ronald Reagan did back in
1983. They came together. I don’t want to lay out my preferences
beforehand, but what I know is that Social Security is solvable. It
is not as difficult a problem as we’re going to have with Medicaid and
Medicare.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Partial privatization?
OBAMA: Privatization is not something that I would consider….

So everything should be on the table except the stuff that I don’t want to be on the table. Idiot. Why is this lightweight even being humored with support in the polls?