Thursday, June 23, 2011

Too Much News For Just One Hour


'WHITEY' BULGER NOT FIGHTING EXTRADITION, Captured fugitive wanted in connection with 19 murders: Drew Griffin, Dick Lehr (Boston Univ.) and Tom Feuntes (former FBI agent)


DOWN TO THE WIRE ON N.Y. SAME-SEX MARRIAGE BILL, Vote may happen within hours: Mary Snow


FOLLOW UP:
Jeff Toobin (via Skype) and Evan Wolfson (freedomtomarry.org)


ANTHONY FAMILY ATTORNEY SPEAKS OUT: Mark Lippman


FOLLOW UP: Gary Tuchman


CINDY ANTHONY'S BOMBSHELL TESTIMONY, Says she googled 'chloroform' on the family's computer: Gary Tuchman


FOLLOW UP: Sunny Hostin and Jean Casarez


360 NEW & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Joe Johns


THE RIDICULIST: The Daily Caller


VIDEO:

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From the second hour ~

INSIDE SYRIA: CNN granted access for first time since protests began: Anderson's interview with Arwa Damon


EXTRAS:

Here's the link for a short video of Anderson moderating "The Onion" panel at the Paley Center Tuesday night.


A new photo, perhaps from Anderson's reporting from Joplin? ~



Anderson tweeted a couple of times today ~

Here's the link to the article, but they have updated it since Anderson's tweet.



Talk Show news ~

Anderson's talk show now has a Facebook page; click the link to "like" the page and watch a "Welcome" video from Anderson.

'Anderson' added a new "Ask Anderson" video today ~

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And a Gala in Quogue on Saturday is on Mr. Cooper's calendar ~


"A spectacular event for the East End Hospice. Special guests Bonnie Grace, Bill O'Rielly and Anderson Cooper will be in attendance. A live band and dinner will be served. "
Price: $100 general admission up to $10,000.00 for a table
If you're interested here's the link for tickets.


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6 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

Wonder what Anderson is scuba diving for this time. Hopefully its not another shark piece. He's already done it twice and its getting old.

Liked the RidicuList. Good for Anderson for calling out that Laura Donovan. She must not have much of a sense of humor if she thought Anderson was being serious the other nite about approving of the marriage.

Anonymous said...

The news about Bulger finally being captured is very important but boring.

New York legalizing same sex marriage was much more interesting. I missed the first part of the panel; was there a reason Jeffrey Toobin looked like he lit only by a flashlight? As for same sex marriage I take the Oscar Wilde approach ("It doesn't matter what you do in the bedroom as long as you don't do it in the street and frighten the horses.")

Mom & Dad Anthoy attorney Lippman is certainly good at spin. thinking someone is "not innocent" isn't the same as thinking they are guilty. That guy could be a politician some day.

I had jury duty last summer. We jurors decided the state proved its case and the defense witnesses were lying through their teeth. After the trial was over (only 3 days) the judge talked to us and thanked us for seeing through the smokescreeens the defense attorney put up and finding the guy guilty. He also told us it was the guy's fifth conviction (something we weren't told during the trial).

I think Cindy Anthony is lying through her teeth.

Loved the Ridiculist.

Jaanza

Tedi B said...

I love that Anderson was getting "rill" with the chick on the ridculist. Made me laugh!

tt said...

Here's a link to a copy of the original copy of the article the ridiculist was about. It does totally misrepresent what Anderson's point and intent. http://news.yahoo.com/s/dailycaller/20110623/pl_dailycaller/andersoncoopernotabigdealfor16yearoldcourtneystoddentomarry51yearolddoughutchison

Anonymous said...

@Jaanza: It was Mrs. Patrick Campbell (actress and friend of George Bernard Shaw), who responded to a complaint about a homosexual actor: "Does it really matter what these affectionate people do — so long as they don’t do it in the streets and frighten the horses!"

 

Anonymous said...

@Anon 8:25 AM - Okay, I've heard/read that quote accredited to Oscar Wilde or that it was said about him. In any case, the idea behind it is a good one and applies to straight people as well.

Jaanza