Traveling Wheels

Hello one and all, and greetings from lovely downtown Providence, Rhode Island. Marcy and I are both here for Netroots Nation; she has been in town since yesterday, and I just arrived this morning. We will both be here through Sunday afternoon.

So far Marcy and Jim have kept up regular posting, which is fortunate because I had a literal clusterfuck of problems rain on me yesterday which I was supposed to be providing content and getting ready to go. I have no idea what substantive posting we will do, so Jim may be piloting the ship. I’m a gonna guess he may want to be trash talking about Alabama, an SEC team, finally breaking through and winning the Women’s College World Series in softball. Credit where due, they rolled the two other best teams in the brackets, Oklahoma and ASU.

More importantly, if any of you are at Netroots, or in the vicinity, we would love to say hi. Leave a note here, or just find us – we are wearing stinking badges!

We will be around, but if there is any hot breaking news, and we don’t look to be around at the moment, put it up in comments and let fly with the analysis. In the meantime, since these Wheels are traveling, some traveling music for you from Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band.

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bmaz I bitch+moan enough about @CNN lameness, but tonight in Baltimore is what they still do superbly. @jaketapper and crew are doing great work
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bmaz @ThomasonTweet Not sure there is a great answer. Good night.
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bmaz RT @ThomasonTweet: @bmaz and the systemic racial imbalance in the penal system is over-shadowed by the flames
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bmaz @ThomasonTweet Yeah+I know you have seen me rail about the regression we just took with Lynch from Holder. Progress is very halting it seems
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bmaz @ThomasonTweet It came close, but the pictures were really mostly of cops overreacting in Ferguson. This seems....different.
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bmaz @ThomasonTweet I think one of the great things about Ferguson is, despite a little ugliness+great police caterwauling, this didn't happen
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bmaz @ThomasonTweet I dunno. Also, I am getting old, and I think that colors it too. You ask the right, but hard, question.
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bmaz @ThomasonTweet Maybe I am putting too much in my own view. May well be. But, damn, I can't see how this is positive.
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bmaz @ThomasonTweet Not so good. But this is not how you move a nation and culture. I am sympathetic, and yet this infuriates me.
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bmaz @adamjohnsonNYC "Images brake my heart".
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bmaz Oh Baltimore..... How could you, whether on craven police side or pained public side. This is just ugly+counter-productive. #StopAndThink
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JimWhiteGNV Comfort time. Vin Scully is calling the Dodgers-Giants game on MLB Network.
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