Monday, February 28, 2011
Bernadette has been performing since the age of three when her mother put her on the television show "Juvenile Jury." She has won two Tony Awards and three Drama Desk awards for her theater work.
Bernadette has acted in movies such as "The Jerk" with Steve Martin, and appeared on television on series like "Will & Grace" and variety shows like "Sonny and Cher" and "The Carol Burnett Show."
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Way to go Wisconsin!!!
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Lots of union workers were there with a strong showing from the Teamsters.
We were well protected with cops watching over us from the walk way above and another couple of units at the curb on 1st St. Plus the P.D. is across the street.
Several of the signs were addressed towards the Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
Friday, February 25, 2011
Tea has worked both on television and the big screen. Tea was on the daytime soap "Santa Barbara" as Lisa DiNapoli, guest starred on "Cheers" as the fiance of Sam Malone, and in a lead role in the sitcom "The Naked Truth."
On the big screen, Tea has been in "Jurassic Park III," "Deep Impact," and "Fun with Dick and Jane." She even had a role as the first baseman in "A League of their Own."
Tea has a movie coming out in November of this year called "Tower Heist."
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
The new law would require a woman requesting an abortion first meet with a medical doctor. During this consultation, the doctor is to determine whether the woman has been under "coercion, subtle or otherwise" when deciding to get an abortion. A specific form is then completed by the doctor. The woman can schedule her procedure 72 hours from the time of the doctor's interview.
Within that 72 hour period, the woman is required to visit a pregnancy help center (in a separate location) to be interviewed again and told of the "education, counseling, and other assistance available to help her keep and raise her child." The woman is then required to obtain a completed form from the help center indicating the date and time of her visit, and who she spoke with.
On the day of the procedure, the woman arrives with her permission slip from the pregnancy help center. She is interviewed by the doctor performing the procedure and signs a consent form. Each of these forms is maintained permanently on file in the woman's medical file.
Republican Representative Roger Hunt, who introduced the bill, explains his thought process by stating, "it's vital to force women to have 72 hours to tame their tempestuous, impulsive lady-brains so that they can reflect on what choice she makes."
Monday, February 21, 2011
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Here Shad is the player the starting lineup runs out to and does the bump with when introduced.
This is looking the other direction at the same rest stop at Mt. Shasta.