I noticed my blog was loading slowly this morning - down in the bottom screenbar there was a message "waiting for b.scorecardsearch.com" --- so I googled it.
Somebody wanted to know if I am "still happy with the blog re-design." The answer is YES YES YES ... I like being able to have and present links, adverts and data in three-column style. If you have any suggestions, or if you're a "struggling blogger" looking for a little friendship, hit me up!
Actors, visual artists, writers and musicians pay homage to the #Occupy muse and are calling for an international day of creative action on February 12, 2012.
And this came today via email: Occupy Albany will welcome a busload of Occupy Wall Street protestors on Friday as the fourth stop on their 5-week long, network-building trip that will touch base in several Northeastern cities including Boston, Providence, Syracuse, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Newark. By building relationships between occupations, occupiers are setting the stage for nationally coordinated actions.
The Occupy Wall Street arrival will mark the kickoff to a weekend of events that begin with the Grand Opening of the Occupy Albany indoor space at 472 Madison Ave at Albany’s First Friday and a demonstration against the National Defense Authorization Act of 2011 (NDAA)
Supporting a February 3rd nationwide protest of The National Defense Authorization Act of 2011 (NDAA) Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Albany will join together in a demonstration as part of the press conference. The NDAA, signed by Obama on December 31, 2011 with ‘serious reservations’ effectively declares all U.S. soil to be a 'battleground' and leaves all Americans open to be infinitely detained without right to counsel, trial or any due process. The Civil liberties Initiative of Occupy Albany calls the bill ‘arguably one of the most dangerous pieces of legislation in the last 200 years!
ALL OVER ALBANY blog passes along info that there will be St. Patrick's Day Parade route changes
Steve reports that Jerry Jennings haschanged the route of the St. Patrick's Day Parade this year to avoid passing the bars on Pearl Street -- because, in the words of Jennings executive assistant Bob Van Amburgh, "We witnessed some things that were disturbing last year." [Table Hopping]