Saturday, April 6, 2013

Kamala Harris called and said I was the Best-Looking Blogger in the Country and other Saturday Bay Area Media Notes


Kamala Harris called and said I was the best-looking blogger in the country.

*Yeah, I concocted a story about my mom breaking six ribs and spending two weeks in the hospital to rev up and hype a radio show...Did we really land on the moon?

*Still can't stand the newbie reporters and anchors in town that try hard, real hard to show fake enthusiasm with Giants Opening Day activity. Worse, they can't even fake it good.

*Speaking of the Giants, if you love 'em great, they OWN the town, (which makes sense); if you're indifferent or not a fan, sorry, but be prepared to experience Larry Baer's manifesto 24/7 and that's even if they lose.

*Question: Had a woman pol said Barack Obama was "the best-looking Prez in the country", would there have been any fuss? Must have been a slow news day. And another thing: too bad we don't have a real news-talk station in town to discuss it because if nothing else, Barry's flirt to Kamala provided a boatload of material.

*And yes, Kamala Harris is hot too, so sue me. I met her at a political fundraiser and she's smart and knows her stuff. We're supposed to feel bad because the POTUS makes an innocuous remark. God have we lost what's really important and what is not.

*Mike Krukow: more powerful than Jon Miller and Duane Kuiper combined which is both interesting and scary. Just know that Krukow's weekly verbal jousts are what the organization is wanting to get out, for better or worse.

*KRON's Justine Waldman is a terrific talent and no, I'm not surprised that a national cable outlet has their eyes on her. The question is whether she wants to leave the Bay Area.

*KTVU dilemma: Maybe too much of your prime news anchor overexposed? And Ken Wayne is still unsigned, (at least for now). Mr Raponi: The people in Atlanta are taking a look here and are clearly not happy, take note. The Rosenthal hire as ND was a good choice but as you know, it's all about the numbers.

*The so-called "entertainer" that likes to "walk the red carpet" and does alleged radio for KGO on the weekend might want to begin to update the resume if his putrid numbers don't begin to rise up.

*Larry "Roberts", Olson, whatever, KGO sports guy on the weekend: psst, the cutesy stories and shtick are only as good as the anchor that reports them. Stick to the basic.

*An oasis in the sea of inhumanity and mayhem: KCSM and KDFC.

*Christine Craft: You are welcome here but remember the old adage: Brevity is the soul of wit.


80 comments:

  1. Rich, when Obama was in Israel a couple of weeks back he made comments about Bibi Netanyahu's looks and nobody said a damned thing. I despise these manufactured controversies on the news! Keep up the good work. Looking forward to your show on Monday!

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  2. Rich, perhaps you should define "brevity" for Chris' benefit, so she'll know it isn't just a seven letter word.

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    1. ' A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds" Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    2. Christine,

      Like your recent Wally Pipp reference, this quote makes no sense in this context.

      Your pretentious comments need to be more relevant lest you continue to appear as someone trying too hard to impress others about how clever you are.

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    3. I "get" Christine. Hey, Ms. Craft--you obviously have Rich's attention! lol

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    4. Gee I thought the Wally Pipp reference was pretty good

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  3. Kamala was on GMA a couple of years ago. She sat with her skirt hiked past thigh and near to cheek level. What did she say? I dunno.

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  4. well gee thanks Rich and I'm glad your mother is recovering from painful broken ribs. Unlike President Obama (there's only one prez at a time)there are many US attorneys general. Ms. Harris has won important elected positions, tis true and she did hold out for a bigger settlement in the mortgage fraud case, which I praised at the time.
    There is nothing wrong with being attractive, certainly. However, Ms. Harris' notorious couplings with a certain powerful California politician and with a prominent media mogul will always be as asterisk on her career. Is it your belief that such behavior makes a good role model for girls and women?
    Remember also that the President's comments were not just made to wealthy donors who "get it", but that there were reporters present who found it sexist. See what James Carville had to say about that gaffe.

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    1. Were you up in arms when Obama commented about Netanyahu's appearance? It is not often a woman of color is praised for her good looks and intelligence. Don't be a hater Chris! The only ones offended are the ugly chicks and Alligator man Carville.

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    2. > Is it your belief that such behavior makes a good role model
      > for girls and women?

      If that's her biggest "asterik" then she is as pure as Snow White crossed with Florence Nightingale.

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    3. Rich, you may want to ask one of your moles about what's happening at KPIX. Roberta G has been very toned down recently, not as haeavily made-up or dressed-up. She's much more corporate and low-key and generic. I wonder if someone had a talk with her, and how she feels about it.

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    4. "notorious coupling" that no one knows or cares about. Christine isn't happy unless she's drawing attention to herself regardless of what the subject is.

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    5. You mean when Willy Brown gave Kamala free housing at the Presidio? Nice,your own home sized apartment in a park closed to the public-at least then.

      Kamala..she was the one who cracked down on Metermaid abusers fwiw.

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  5. Yes we have lost track of what's really important and what's not. Obama signs the Monsanto bill an there's haredly a peep. (Imagine if G.W. Bush had done it.) He makes an off-the-cuff remark about Kamala Harris that isn't by the slightest imaginings offensive and everyone gets upset. Shows you how stupid America is, which is why we have the government we do and why we rank so low against the rest of the industrialized world on literally every scale.

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  6. Michelle Obama slips says she's a "Single Mother" http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2013/04/michelle-obama-slips-says-shes-single-mother/
    was this before or after the POTUS's remark about Kamala Harris?...just saying.

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  7. Is she supposed to be celibate too in order to stay respectable? Some of us gals like a little action too. Why must we endure an asterisk? Screw that. Guys don't generally get an asterisk unless it's crazy out of control like Clinton and co.

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  8. I attended this game with my cousin a few years ago.

    No one Cared

    Went with my cousin, lifelong fan. Fast forward, Giants win World Series, and now everyone is trying to out-fan the next person. Now factor in SF Hipsters, who love baseball because it provides them with the opportunity to wear a cool hat and not leave the city.

    Fast forward again, following season, sitting with my cousin in Nickie's Pub, Lower Haight, and there are about 15 "Giants Fans" in the bar, GLUED to the game. It's May. Cousin says to me, "If I had walked in here a year ago and said 'can you put the game on' the bartender wouldn't even know what team I was talking about."

    That about sums it up.

    Yeah, it happens everywhere, but for some reason there's an extra little bit of bullshit with the Giants.

    Part of me thinks it's because so many people living in the city aren't from the city, and maybe came from a place where sports didn't matter, or they didn't care. Now that everyone cares it has become the surrogate team for so many. And since sports doesn't really matter that much to this city, relatively speaking, it's easy for people to nudge themselves over a bit and become a fan.

    It's pretty weak.

    I hate the Giants. I always will. My dad was a Giants fan growing up. Bobby Thompson was, as he says, "My guy, until he hit that homerun..."

    I've got an autographed ball by Bobby and Ralph, the whole thing. And I was taught at a young age to hate the Giants.

    HOWEVER, my dad did say, "I have rooted against the Giants since the day they left, but when I saw that piece of shit George Bush sitting next to Nolan Ryan, I became a Giants fan again..." - DW

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    1. I've never understood this irrational need to ”hate” a sports team. It usually involves frustrated ”fans” who never played sports. Does anyone believe the multimillionaire professional players hate their opponents? Hell no! I do agree with you about the douchey fans wearing Giants gear everywhere. I just roll my eyes when I see them.

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  9. Harris is "hot"?, Gee Got news for you, she's just a plain Jane, slightly exotic with a decent figure. Hot she's not. I don't like the president, but I think the poor guy is frustrated with that hot headed, ball & chain he's got for a wife. Of course she's a single mom. Coincidence, I don't think so, I am sure that broad can be pretty emasculating, and Obama is far from macho as it gets. I guess any woman who's has even a hint of attractiveness is "hot" in politics. Dude you need to get out more, get getting excited about the old maid cards in the deck.

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    1. Relax dude, Harris is hot in the context of politics. Look who her competition is: a long list of broads like Albright, Whitman, Reno and Napolitano. Someone like Harris will always look extra hot in that crowd...

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  10. Big Daddy
    You are the sexiest blogger/radio personality in the bay area!

    Pam xx

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  11. You know shit. You date him then.

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  12. You have shit taste, Pam He's "Big Vinnie" ncidentally, not big daddy. Every stalker knows that.

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    1. Thanks for the endorsement...I was banking my future dating life on your assessment.

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    2. Rich is so "hot" he gets a two week vacation in 11 weeks of freebie work. The teeny KSCO staff must love that deal.

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  13. Christine

    Keep doing or say whatever you want. You have fans out there who love you and wish you were on more often. Gee I wish you could take over the spot of Gill Gross. He is a total jerk. Hardly any one calls because he keeps talking talking and talking. It's all about him. All he wants to hear is his own voice. The man is pathetic.

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    1. The description of Gill appears to be a self description of Chris when she was on the air. Talking over people, talking, talking, talking. Hardly ever giving the caller a chance to get in a word.

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    2. I don't know if Gil is in love with his own voice, he comes of as a very nice man, he has been in the business a long time, every host has a fairly big ego, but certainly Rush, Michael Savage is way up there, Ronn too, but I like the way Ronn admits he has a big ego. I listened very careful to Gil the other day, I have listened to him since he often filled in for Ronn on KGO. I think he is at a point in his career where he is trying very hard (too hard)to hold on to this (or another Bay Area job). He mentioned talk radio has changed, which is true. He comes up off as trying too hard to keep up with the times and a younger demographic, forgetting that in this area, a lot of people like talk radio they way it use to be. Many hosts still take calls, although the change subject more often.

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  14. The sports segment is a lot longer now at the Channel 2 News at 10, which is good.

    Florida AG Pam Bondi is the hottest AG.

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  15. Justine Waldman? She's lucky to still be in this market! Nothing more than a second rate outfield reporter. She was in over her head in this savvy market. She couldn't ad-lib her way out of a wet paper bag, let alone read to TelePrompTer without stumbling and bumbling. Since her husband is giving it a go who's next.....the dog?

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    1. She's decent to look at but she was awful behind the anchor desk. She seems to still struggle in the field as well. Honestly, no story here. Who cares anyway?

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  16. 2:04 is right on the money; Christine Lou Gehrig Craft is certifiable. A public person's private life is of no concern.

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  17. Kamala Harris also called Ronn Owens and said he was the best looking talk show host in America.

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  18. I agree with Sweaty betty there that sex is one of the good things in life and should be enjoyed by all. Sex in exchange for political advancement or to keep a newspaper of record from reporting your deficiencies in office is another matter. What, specfically are the accomplishments of Ms. Harris in office that are being described as "brilliant leadership"? Is concealing exculpatory evidence repeatedly one of them(or rather hundreds?)

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    1. Christine attempting an impossible balancing act.

      She portrays herself as the heroic woman struggling to succeed in a world controlled by men while at the same time angrily resenting any other female who actually manages to succeed.

      Christine Craft, a legend in her own mind.

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    2. I am absolutely not heroic, and have never claimed to be. I'm not struggling to do anything. I am not, however, charmed by anyone, male or female,democrat or republican, who sleeps with someone to use their power, money or fame for personal aggrandizement. (movie stars, heiresses,politicians, media moguls, for a few examples.) You don't have to be any kind of legend to understand basic morality.

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    3. Harris's alleged tryst with whoever is not a matter of common knowledge.

      Whether Craft's allegation is true or not it would be impossible for her to know what Harris's motives were nor is it anyone else's business what two consenting adults do privately.

      It is absolutely disgraceful that Craft criticizes another woman for doing exactly what men do all the time and never rat each other out.

      As 10:13 said, Christine want it both ways - complaining about how it's impossible for her to make it in a male dominated world and then resenting other woman like Kamala Harris, who unlike Christine, actually succeed.

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    4. not common knowledge? If you have any knowledge of San Francisco politics,which you so obviously don't, you would know.

      " alleged tryst with woever"?? whomever.Start with the most powerful politician in California history. Need a hint?
      The issue for discussion has to do with the President of the United States calling one state's attorney general a looker. Are you so naive that you don't think the President is aware of Ms. Harris's relationship to a political king (queen) maker?
      I anchored t.v. news for decades, became a California lawyer at age 50 and worked at a great firm, successfully helping many clients. That must really irritate the hell out of you.

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    5. "" alleged tryst with woever"?? whomever.Start with the most powerful politician in California history. Need a hint?"

      Who cares who it was?

      It is ironic that Christine Craft - who constantly whines about the stereotypical way females are viewed to in our society - so quickly assumes the catty, female stereotype and attacks a fellow sister who has apparently offended Craft by achieving a modicum of main stream success.

      Apparently Christine is all for the underdog so long as it's her and only her.

      And thanks again for blowing your own horn: I anchored t.v. news for decades, became a California lawyer at age 50 and worked at a great firm, successfully helping many clients.

      That's great, thanks for reminding us yet again of why you think so highly of yourself.

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    6. I do not "constantly whine about the stereotypical way females are 'viewed to' in our society". I talk on the radio about social security COLA cuts, California water wars, faulty construction of the Bay bridge etc. I claim no "fellow sisters". Mainstream is one word, not two. I know you are not very well versed, generally in the game of politics, but try this about what is a current national subject of pundits and writers: Would a woman whose sexual relationship with a very powerful politician boosts her into an upward trajectory in the political world, would that person be more or less likely to repeat that behavior? Is that a matter that has no public implication? really?
      It has been opined by several, here and elsewhere, that Ms. Harris is a prime candidate for federal office( and an Obama appointment) either in the US Attorney General's office or at the Supreme Court.
      Is it because of her great "brilliance" or "leadership" capabilities and if so, what are those particular, specific accomplishments? Are you starting to get the drift here yet?

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    7. Christine yet again begrudging the success of others. Last week it was Len Tillem and this week it is Kamela Harris. If banging Willie Brown and Phil Bronstein was such a sure way to success how come you can not point to other women who've attained Kamela's success after sleeping with both men? Btw how did it go when you filled in for the red carpet ”entertainer” the other day? I heard you got zero calls in three hours!

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    8. I'm hearing some jeaousy and bitterness from a woman who hated (and sued) for being "made" blond and non-defferential to men.

      I think it's been awhile since the poster got a "your pretty" while trying to be the simple savior of the state's destiny.

      Let's ask why it's so hard to mention Willie Brown's name in this scenario and bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

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    9. A fine booty, long legs, nice body get my vote. Lots better than most in this stupid goverment. Incidentally, Florida's AG, Pam Bondi, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pam_Bondi) is more a looker at 47 and thrice married.

      Christine for Supreme Court, not!

      Nice babe.

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    10. "Would a woman whose sexual relationship with a very powerful politician boosts her into an upward trajectory in the political world, would that person be more or less likely to repeat that behavior?"

      My God Christine, you sound absolutely obsessed with Harris's sex life and that "upward trajectory." Remarkable how eagerly you perpetuate the female unfriendly double standard when is serves your own purposes.

      Reprehensible to suggest that when a woman succeeds she used sex to do it. So what is she slept with X, Y, or Z. No one seems upset but the great Christine Craft.

      Your petty correction of grammar fits perfectly with your petty criticism of all things not Christine. How you go on and on about yourself. All the boasting and all the resentment. How you go on...

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    11. Christine,

      Lighten up just a litte, please?

      In the words of that famous Exile song from the '80s Christine, "If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me?"

      There, that ought to make you feel a litte better.

      Be careful, now, it could be a trick question, Christine. Maybe I'm a gay woman.

      Have a nice day!

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  19. Bill from ArkansasApril 7, 2013 at 12:27 PM

    I think Kamala Harris is one really hot lady. Furthermore I don't think President Obama is out of line saying that. We often talk about what a hot ass she has--nice and curvy, like Beyonce or Kim Kardashian. Now, Monica's even better, but she's not speaking to me at the moment.

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  20. ...So..WHO was that Mysterious Media Mogul involved in a "Tryst & Shout" with Miss Kam? I am (kinda)holding my breath.We up here in Marin would like to know..."Who", said the owl.,,,,On a more serious note, when will a reporter have the tennis balls to ask President O, Is it true that DUE 2 the SEQUESTRATION, CANCER PATIENTS ARE BEING REFUSED PROPER CARE AND TREATMENT, while in the same month, you, Mr. O, have dedicated over $300. million dollars to Morsi's Govt. in Egypt? The same Egypt that publically tortures Christians daily? You have dedicated over $100 million toward the study of the brain. Your family has spent over 500 thousand dollars each month this year for armed protection of the first family as they frolic every three weeks on their tax payer funded vacation (vacation from what exactly?) Please clarify these viral memes. Ask the President directly do not ask Carney, all you will get is 7th grade smart ass avoidance behavior wrapped in rudeness.

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    1. the cancer treatment you hype to all the ladies in your special circle(The Bored Trust Fund Housewives of Marin) is more likely to kill them, than help them. See New England Journal...recent article on mammography and the million and half women who were sliced, diced,burned, and poisoned needlessly.
      As for the other matter, in your heart, you already know the answer.

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    2. Kids, kids, play nice, please. No reason to slice and dice. First point. Once we stop making pronouncements flavored with the "Of course we all agree" affect and attitude, we may be able to discourse a little better. We don't all agree. It's condescending to act otherwise. And, it limits conversation. I know it generates shouting matches on the talk shows.. but we need a reality break.
      Now, about the medical thing. Once again, many schools of thought. The New England Journal is one, and does not offer absolutes. It's about choice once again. Informed, careful, personal choice. For the government to act on one study to eliminate someone's access to testing, surgery, whatever, is misguided and dangerous.

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  21. Christine is an expert at both flavoring and stirring the pot. I admit it. This little bubble over makes for entertaining reading.

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  22. Christine Lou Gehrig Craft, the world's foremost expert on just about everything, is now in the business of telling us who we should or shouldn't have sex with. Thank you Christine.

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  23. 10:43...re : mounting the political ladder by mounting the powerful? Here's another example for you, at least as it involves Willie Brown
    see Sonya Molodekskaya....once a shopgirl, now a SF public official.
    so interesting that not a single one of you has been able to point to utterly anything illustrating Kamala Harris's great brilliance or leadership. There are actually many very brilliant female and male lawyers and leaders who deserve the important jobs determining public policy. It does matter and it does directly affect American lives.

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    1. "so interesting that not a single one of you has been able to point to utterly anything illustrating Kamala Harris's great brilliance or leadership"

      Not nearly as interesting as what drives Christine to spread rumors and attack other woman because she disapproves of their private, personal, behavior.

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    2. No, it isn't a rumor. It wasn't private, and it had and has wide implications beyond the personal.Please reread your post and check your syntax, to wit:
      "rumors and attack other woman because she disapproves of their private".....
      Which is it? "woman" or "women", "their" or "her"
      Ms. Harris is a public official, this state's top law enforcement official. Whether or not her ascendancy to such a key post was due to her ability or to her bleepability matters to the public, and certainly to all genuine professional women. She is being promoted as a potential US justice department official or even worse, Supreme Court justice. This means that her allegiances become not just the business of the people of California, but of the people of the entire country.
      Here's a clue, king and queen makers expect something in return, perpetually.This is often not in the public interest.
      You responded to my query about examples of Ms. Harris's alleged " brilliance and leadership", with a blank stare,figuratively speaking.

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    3. Another unhinged rant from Christine...
      Without any coherent response she resorts to attacking syntax.
      Can anyone explain what Christine is just so darn angry about?

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    4. Maybe Christine resents the fact that Harris graduated from highly regarded Hastings Law School while Craft's University of the Pacific school of law in Stockton doesn't even make it into the top 100.

      Undoubtedly Christine will have a song and a dance about that as well.

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    5. I would if McGeorge were in Stockton. McGeorge, which is part of the UOP system is not in Stockton. It's where U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy taught Constitutional Law and still teaches in the summer program in Salzberg. I live and own a house and property in Sacramento and got to into several schools. It would not have made much sense to drive four hours a day to go to Hastings. I also was accepted at King Hall(UCD) and being a UC grad really gave serious consideration to driving an hour a day to do that, Ultimately, since I also worked in tv and then radio every day as well, it made no sense to spend a huge chunk of my study time driving. Hastings is a good school too. Next time you do research, make sure you have the locations right.

      Much like lazy syntax, premature conclusions reveal a sloppy mind.

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    6. Correction, McGeorge is in Sacramento and is undoubtedly one of Sacramento's finest laws schools. None the less, it is not even among the top 100 law schools in the country. Bottom line, whether it's in Stockton or Sacramento, it's still a mediocre law school.

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    7. I think you should apply and see if you can get in. You might want to study first,nonetheless indeed.

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    8. Christine, thanks for your spin at 7:17 explaining what a fabulous law school McGeorge is; certainly among Sacramento's finest.

      According to U.S. News and World Report's latest rankings, McGeorge is ranked #124 out of 144 ranked law schools in the country. Congratulations, that's higher than 20 other law school.

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    9. I think you should send your concerns to Justice Kennedy. Let us know how he answers. I left McGeorge in 1995, actually. You might want to tell Bill Lockyer and several California appellate judges and federal magistrates that they went to a law school you know nothing about. Are you still that bereft in finding any examples of Kamala Harris's
      "brilliance and leadership" in office? keep looking,it's amusing.

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    10. Kamala Harris went to Hastings law school which is among the 50 highest ranked law schools in the country.

      Nothing to be ashamed about Christine, just because Harris outranks you academically as well.

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  24. For even more, for those who are unaware of San Francisco political history re: Willie Brown and the women he "elevates"
    see the Lance Williams(journalist who popped Barry Bonds)and Patrick Hoge
    S.f. Chronicle
    re Carolyn Carpeneti and Wendy Linka

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    1. Is it just me or does it seem like Christine wishes someone would elevate her?

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  25. He should act like a president. He has taken the dignity out of the office. Running around with stars and trying to be a celebrity. How about being a president and acting presidential.He is a disgrace to the office. He went on the apology tour oversees now something stupid as this. America is becoming a joke all over the world.

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    1. It's always nice to hear from one of Sarah Palin's speechwriters...

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    2. Notice this Obamaphile at 12,21 did not/ could not dispute anything that My Pal Liza just said, because she's right. It's going to take a thunderclap of a national emergency to wake people up to the point of admitting what's been going on under out American noses!!!

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  26. dear 10:43. Your friend who counts the callers when I'm on the radio is wrong. I'm neither call-less,nor gay.
    2-4 last week on MZ's marvelous KSCO, we had hordes of callers,including some with chilling particulars about the big bay bridge snafu that I haven't heard on the air anywhere in SF.
    It's always a blast to be on KSCO and I hope to do so again. MZ doesn't tell you what to say or think, which is very refreshing compared to one of his competitors.

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  27. Craft is undoubtedly too stupid to grasp that one need not be enamored of Harris as S.F.D.A. or Attorney General, to recognize she has the right to a private life. If her associations haven't violated the law, they are unassailable.

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    1. No one is questioning anyone's
      "right" . If, however, a candidate for public office achieves that public office, primarily because of the prominent, powerful politician they are schtupping,( or a media mogul who is sanitizing the actual record) then anyone with the slightest political sophistication would take note of how that relationship affects the decisions the bleepee makes in office. A major part of Willie Brown's "juice" has always come from people who owe him some debt or other. He's a smart, charming fellow who games the system for his own advantage. This is one of the ways he does it.I realize your analysis of what is going on is only superficial. That's your right, of course. I'm betting you searched and searched for some example of Ms. Harris's "brilliance and leadership" accomplishments, and came up short. Fancy that.

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    2. Christine, thank you for monitoring other people's sex lives. You are performing a valuable public service. Was that part of the advanced curriculum at your famous law school?

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  28. " In 2012, several of McGeorge's speciality programs were again ranked abong the nation's best. In particular the Legal Writing progam received the #13 national ranking and the International Law program received a #17 national ranking in the annual guide to America's Best Graduate Schools"published by U.S. News and World Repot. McGeoerge was ranked as #101 overall. The part-time evening program at McGeorge(for students who work full time,like me)) was ranked as #23 in the nation , and the school received national recognition for student diversity where it is now ranked #40"
    For the record, no one is ashamed of enduring the McGeorge experience successfully, nor should they be. I am not an elected official. I'm not the one claiming which law schools are best., you are , for some undetermined reason. I would have much preferred to go to Harvard, but I wasn't accepted. That said, the public, elected official at question, just proclaimed by the President of the United States to be "brilliant" and a "great Leader" and " c'mon everybody, the most attractive AG in the United States" had sex with powerful men in the political/media sphere who greased her path to electoral success. I've never bleeped anyone to get a job, nor would I. That doesn't make me the bad guy.

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  29. More polemics?

    why the private lives of public servants matter

    http//www.calwatchdog.com/2013/04/07/why-kamala-harris-is-probably-not-thrilled-with-compliment/

    it's called patronage..ignore it at public peril

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  30. "I've never bleeped anyone to get a job"

    Gee, Christine, wonder why that is? LOL

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    1. Big surprise, I always assumed she slept her way to the bottom.

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  31. because I've gotten every job in my life based on ability . Do you tell your mother, sister, wife, girlfriend , daughter to bleep the boss to get workplace advancement? Do you even know who your daddy is? Are you sure?

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      Sounds like Christine could use a little self control.

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  32. Dear 3:24, Well there was that cameraman in Santa Barbara, but there wasn't any sleeping involved.We had a delightful time and still relive the fun from time to time, if you get my drift. He was and remains my peer, so it didn't present the moral issue of sleeping with the boss to get a better job.

    You've unintentionally given me a great topic for www.thekarelshow.com either on Thursday or Friday of this week. Thanks ever so!

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