Tuesday, October 25, 2011
If you watched Dancing with the Stars last night you saw the big blow up between Maks and the judges especially Head Judge Len Goodman. As someone who has watched this show since the first season I have to say Maks was being a royal ass last night in his actions. Like them or not it is the judges job to be critical of the dancers and partners. He complained the week before about Carrie Ann saying he had 27 years Dance experience and wanted that to show how much more he knew, but last night when Len said he had 50 he gave him the whole "maybe it's time to get out" line.
His line of it's "his show" and he made it what it is was just arrogance beyond words and while I have liked Maks for his bad boy image last night was crossing the line. He was completely disrespectful and arrogant and I think he needs to take a few seasons off and get his act together. This show is not about him. The dance he performed with his partner Hope Solo was terrible he is lucky the reaction wasn't even worse from the judges.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 10/25/2011 05:00:00 PM
Another downgrade? Wall Street is worried the Super Committee could fail. America can't afford that: Erik Wasson for The Hill: Fears of another US credit downgrade are growing on Wall Street
Fed up with gridlock in Congress, President Obama is going rogue with his own housing plan: Steven T. Dennis and Meredith Shiner for Roll Call: Obama's Housing Plan Skips Congress
Do politicians need a swear jar? David Keeler, a No Labels supporter, is disgusted with the language in Washington: David Keeler for the Bakersfield Californian: Vitrolic language divides
"It’s time for progress over partisanship and results rather than rhetoric," says No Labels Co-Founder Dave Walker, arguing for reasonable benchmarks and cuts by the Super Committee. Get it done: David M. Walker for POLITICO: Opinion: The supercommittee's credible accounting
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 10/25/2011 03:00:00 PM
You want to see one lady who is fighting the good fight and actually looking out for ALL of Salisbury then look no further than Laura Mitchell. Her petition drive is what a democracy is all about, letting the people decide what is right for them not three people from the same neighborhood. The verbal abuse she has to put up with from Campbell, Cohen and Spies is just beyond reprehensible. I feel bad for Laura who is a person who truly wants to represent everyone being stuck for 4 years with the good ol boy network set up by Debbie Campbell. I sincerely hope in the upcoming election we can get someone else in a seat that will actually listen to everyone and research things and bring ideas to the table unlike Debbie Campbell.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 10/25/2011 02:00:00 PM
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 10/25/2011 01:00:00 PM