She did say one thing that surprised me, though. When asked whether she was alarmed by the prospect of Iran developing a nuclear bomb, she turned the question around. Possession of a nuclear bomb is not in itself the great danger apparently. I don know where Taibbi came up with the description, which appeared in Rolling Stone last July. But he has a lot to answer for. I also don know why The New York Times, which cites his description in a this morning, leaves out the blood sucking part and the smell of money unless it prefers not to call attention to rank anti Semitism unlike Maureen Dowd, who relished it fully in her column the other day, as Osborne points out, along with encyclopedia of anti Semitic tropes including implication of murdering God.
Whilst we had been seeing to the safety and seaworthy state of the ship the Captain, and the 1st Lieutenant had been investigating our options in the event of our getting back to base. Plus, he had other operational commitments he would leave us and contact the Admiralty who no doubt would deal with us. And so we sat like a sitting duck and wallowed in a very rough sea.
Though not one to show her emotions, Julia seemed sad that day in her kitchen. We ate her salad, which contained hard cooked eggs draped with anchovies, and sardines instead of tuna (she poured the delicious olive oil from the sardine can all over the tomatoes, cucumbers, and lettuce), and sipped big glasses of California chardonnay. The vacation house in France was built on Beck’s property.
The analysis found that Commissioners Travis Story, James Miller and Dr. Stephen Carroll turned in score sheets that showed the grader what the top possible score was for each category. Commissioner Carlos Roman used a scoring guide that listed a range of possible grades for each category.
The Meatpacking District may be entering its fourth phase (or fifth who can keep track anymore?) as the most exclusive of luxury brands, Herms, has announced its fourth New York City boutique will open at 46 48 Street (pictured The three level 10,000 square foot boutique will be only a short stroll away from the recently relocated Whitney Museum which may be to live up to the expectations that it would revive the neighborhood as a destination for major shopping. While a decade ago, the neighborhood boasted Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen and Moschino boutiques, much of the neighborhood luxury gloss faded when those stores moved either to SoHo or Madison Avenue. Last year of upper contemporary Scoop NYC also drained some of the area fashion juice as retail spaces gave way to less exclusive names like Levi Patagonia and UGG.