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Employees compiled data on the ethnic makeup of on-air guests to . In August , Meet the Press's ratings plummeted to year lows. Meet the Press is a weekly American television news/interview program broadcast on NBC. Its first guest was James Farley, who served as Postmaster General, . On August 14, , Turness announced that Chuck Todd, NBC's chief White House . "NBC's 'Meet The Press' hits historic lows in the final quarter of ". Meet the cast and learn more about the stars of of Meet the Press with exclusive news, Sports Listings · NFL Schedule · NHL Schedule · MLB Schedule · NBA Schedule · Movies Listings The series, in which guests are questioned by the moderator and a panel of 21 Episodes () 15 Episodes ( ).
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Learn new skills, help clean up the shop, meet the crew! Vallejo City Park, Vallejo, California.
There may be some playa dust in our tea, but that just adds flavor! We are home safe and mostly sound. It's going to take a few weeks to clean the playa dust out of our ears and off of the Neverwas Haul.
During the Burn, we had several celebrity guests enjoy the hospitality of our fine home: Also, "Vintage Tomorrows" author James Carrott joined us all week as crew.
Work days are on Sundays from 12 noon to 6pm. Stop by and help out! July 21,3pm-6pm Location: Ride away from the zombies!
Maneuver around marauding Mad Hatters! The second installment of the Obtainium Cup is coming with more wackiness than ever before! Bring your bicycles, art cars, art bikes, fancy costume, and lots of silliness. Click here to see the Obtainium Cup website for details.
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For constant updates, please follow our Facebook page. Folks are working up a storm getting ready for the race! Here is an update video: Saturday June 15th, starts at 9: Meet at the corner of Georgia and Sonoma Blvd.
Join Obtainium Works for a costume parade through downtown Vallejo.
Dress in your favorite pirate gear! The first 25 folks who participate in the parade get into the Pirate Festival for free! Check out the new promotional video by Dr. Sea Monster Sighted History of the Lake Chabot Creature The earliest reports of a creature date back to before the first Europeans in California in the seventeenth century when a tribe of Miwok native Americans sighted a large serpent swimming up the channel past Mare Island.
Chief Estanislao spoke of an ancient tale of a sea serpent that was sick of living in the sea. It would come ashore annually during the high tides around the spring Equinox to find a home in fresh water. Settlers thought it was merely a myth, but over the years many people saw something which had entered from the Solano river via Rindler creek and had taken up residence in the lake. In Padre Francisco Juarez, believing the creature to be an evil spirit, went out into the lake in a small canoe to exorcise the demon.
Upon seeing the immense creature, he fell into the water and nearly drown.
He was saved by the creature, which fished him out and brought him safely back to dry land. When he woke on the shore, the creature was gone. Juarez later quit his Mission and became a prospector up in the Sierra Mountains, vowing to never swim again.
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Inwhile bird watching with his box brownie camera, naturalist George Ellis noticed a disturbance in the water near the shore. He managed to snap the only known photograph of the creature. He proceeded to drop his camera and damage it beyond repair. The photographic plate was developed and there is clearly an object visible at some distance.
It appears to be a long neck and head protruding from the water. Inwhile performing top secret sonar tests off the coast of Mare Island, the USS Redfin encountered a large unidentified underwater object which brushed against the hull.
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Upon surfacing, the crew heard a loud bellowing noise at almost the same frequency as the sonar pings. May 15, at approximately 8: Her father was the chief executive officer and partial owner of a furniture manufacturing company in Manhattan.
He has dual American and Canadian citizenship, becoming a member of the Legislative Assembly of Yukon and the leader of the Yukon Liberal Party in the s. She stayed in Philadelphia after graduation, hired as a reporter at KYW radio.
Two years later, Mitchell moved to NBC's network news operation, where she served as a general correspondent. Inshe was named the NBC News energy correspondent and reported on the lates energy crisis and the Three Mile Island nuclear accident. Mitchell also covered the White House from until becoming chief congressional correspondent in It broadcasts weekdays at While Mitchell never appeared before the investigating grand jury or in I.
Lewis Libby 's trial, she was on the subpoena list as a person of interest. In Octoberon the Capitol Report, Mitchell made a statement which Libby's defense construed to mean it was widely known among journalists that Joe Wilson 's wife was in the Central Intelligence Agency CIAa position she later clarified by answering the question of how widely known it was in Washington that Wilson's wife worked for the CIA: But frankly I wasn't aware of her actual role at the CIA and the fact that she had a covert role involving weapons of mass destruction, not until Bob Novak wrote it.