It's about the 2,000 mark. 2,000 US military personnel have now died in the Afghanistan War as of yesterday. Kat's "Kat's Korner: Heart Walkin' Good" also went up.
"People Died, Obama Lied - The Spanish Language Edition" (Hillary Is 44):
The Forth Hood terrorist attack that killed American soldiers was declared a crime not a terrorist attack. The terrorist attack in Benghazi too is called a crime and the F.B.I. is sent to investigate but weeks later still to get there.
The “Fast and Furious” arms walking across the border causes many deaths and from Barack Obama more lies. From Big Media more exonerations of Obama and Eric Holder’s Justice Department are concocted.
Unfortunately for American Big Media and Barack Obama the Spanish language powerhouse station Univision is on the job. Univision was also on the job when they startled American viewers recently with an actual interview of Barack Obama which asked the most simple of questions not just fawning “may I fluff your pillow?” exercises in American “journalism”.
Tonight Univision’s “Aquí y Ahora” (which translates to “Here and Now”) shocks the English-only speaking populace with an example of reportage. The show airs today – Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. (ET) [6:00 p.m. in the central time zone). You don’t have to have any knowledge of Spanish to understand blood and death and in either case the show will provide English captions.
I'll try to see what the program was about tomorrow.
But right now . . .
"666 Park Avenue" is the new ABC show that debuted last night.
Terry O'Quinn plays the building owner and Vanessa Williams plays Mrs. Building Owner, Olivia Doran. Rachael Taylor (the failed "Charlie's Angels" remake on ABC last year) and Dave Annable ("Brothers and Sisters") play the new couple. Think of them as Guy and Rosemary Woodhouse ("Rosemary's Baby"). They're going to be the building's new co-managers to get a place on the third floor. Annable's attractive but I think Robert Buckley has him beat in the hotness department. I wonder where the doorman will fall? He looks ridiculous in his uniform, don't know why, but it's Erik Palladino who is very attractive.
At the start of the episode, the existing manager's term is apparently up. And he thinks he can beat death by running from the building. But he makes it outside the building. And instead of running the hell down the street, he sort of stands in front of the door and gloats in a nah-nah-nah manner only to find himself pulled back into the building in a flash. And he's dead.
This was a set-up episode. I saw it before (at Comic-Con) and it was more exciting fresh and with a roomful of people.
I told you my daughter was going to watch.
So that was my main concern. Was she going to be able to follow it and not get scared (she insists she won't). So I was watching her. This being the set-up episode meant that there wasn't a great deal of scary. So I'm not sure how it will play out long run. But there are not enough Black actors on TV and as long as she can handle it, we'll keep watching for Vanessa.
If I sound down on the episode, I don't mean to be. I enjoyed it. But last night, having already seen it, I focused more on my daughter than the episode. I wanted to be sure she was okay with what was going on. She said she was. (And there were no nightmares last night so I'll assume she was telling the truth.)
If you missed the episode you can stream it online.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):