Friday, May 20, 2011

Russo Insider: Silence before the slaughter

The Russo Insider Deep Uvula allowed a little vibrato to emerge but only for a brief moment.  It's just enough to note what MSV shared with another colleague earlier, boy it sure is quiet out there.   Go to NJ.com and there's no political operative trial balloons, no finger pointing, no Mason411 operative even trying to cause a nuisance on trivialities.

Deep Uvula says it's tense for the Old Guard while awaiting for the bombs to fall.
The short comments confirm what MSV suspected.  This one has legs.

It's complete radio silence and apparently every man for himself.  As DU says:

...Everyone is nervous. Everyone.  No smiles or jokes. 
It's not over. More bodies are going overboard.... 


So this confirms what our horse sense said in yesterday's late story. The padlock at City Hall is just the beginning and when the dots get connected for whatever reason(s) the dots are being connected, it's going to be big and very bad news. Bad news served for more than one.

Anyone hear from Hoboken411 or Beth Mason's minion since City Legal whacked out the legs from underneath the smearmeister's chair?

Sleep with one eye open minions.  The next knock you hear...

More on the tingling frightened fleshy mass at Grafix Avenger:
http://grafixavenger.blogspot.com/2011/05/obtuse-uvula.html

Talking Ed Note: NJ Attorney Paula Dow, please come to Hoboken for the spring time.
Bring the boys of summer from Newark with you.

Blood Drive Tomorrow at St. Francis

From the desk of Councilman Cunningham

A very dear neighbor of ours is working towards his goal of becoming
an Eagle Scout.  His name is Charlie Bates, and will be a freshman at
Villanova this fall.  He's a good young man with many aspirations.

If you are interested in helping him out as well as many others,
please consider giving blood this weekend through the American Red
Cross Blood Drive this Saturday, May 21, 9:30 am- 3:30 pm at Saint
Francis Parish Center, 308 Jefferson Street, Hoboken.

Appointments are preferred. For an appointment or information please
go to redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code: 15172

Thank you for your time and consideration.

-- 
Peter Cunningham

Hoboken Historical Museum's Agenda

Busy Weekend! LaRusso play, Poetry readings, Baby Parade and Anthony DePalma book event. 
Join the Baby Parade, Sunday, May 22, 1 pm Hoping for better weather, the Museum has moved the Hoboken Baby Parade to this Sunday. Join us on the waterfront at 1 pm for the 10th Annual Hoboken Baby Parade and help us celebrate the spirit and creativity of the Mile Square City’s families. The Parade begins at Sinatra Park—located at Fifth Street and the Hudson River—and proceeds along the waterfront to Pier A. The Parade is free and registration begins at noon. Volunteers needed! Emailvolunteer@hobokenmuseum.org.
Parents now have an extra week to enhance their children's costumes and festoon their carriages and wagons. Trophies are awarded for Best Dressed Child, Most Creative Carriage, and Best Dressed Family— the latter category has been awarded to twins and triplets, families with multiple children, cousins, and even playgroups. 
Hoboken babies flaunt their fanciest outfits
Anthony DePalma
Anthony DePalma
"Legacy and Lessons of Ground Zero" by Anthony DePalma
The Open River series continues on Sunday, May 22 at 4 pm with a talk by Hoboken-born journalist Anthony DePalma, whose new book, City of Dust: Illness, Arrogance and 9/11, examines the repercussions of so many critical decisions made in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers. "It was a nightmare scenario of one of the busiest and most crowded places on Earth being exposed to an unprecedented mix of known and suspected hazards." He will bring slides and dust samples to illustrate his talk. Suggested donation: $5.; members free.