It was hip Japanese food. The waiter was a little too slick - and the Sake Somolier was a bit over the top - but it was a kick. It would be more fun with more people. But my Eddie was nice. It was a belated Birthday Dinner.
An unsigned one-page memo, distributed to Republican senators, said the debate over Schiavo would appeal to the party's base, or core, supporters. The memo singled out Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.), who is up for reelection next year and is potentially vulnerable in a state President Bush won last year.
"This is an important moral issue and the pro-life base will be excited that the Senate is debating this important issue," said the memo, which was reported by ABC News and later given to The Washington Post. "This is a great political issue, because Senator Nelson of Florida has already refused to become a cosponsor and this is a tough issue for Democrats."
And we all won. About 200 - 300 dollars each. It was a kick.
On of the problems was that his show had only been in Venice. And, in Venice, it was in a 12th Century building used as a boat building factory (well not a factory because it was the 12th Centtury - more of a boat building site). Anywho.. the point was it was impossible to recreate outside of Venice. The space was... perfection.
So they have gone completely another way. The show is in New York for a while, and then in LA. But they have recreated the cathedral space in an odd way. First an interior picture.