Another World, Another Location
November 4, 2009
Yesterday was a day filled with some good news, some bad news, and some really good news. First the bad news. My one horse in yesterdays race lost by over fifteen hundred votes. -From The Daily Gazette
“Dominic Dagostino, a Conservative running with the Democratic backing, captured the position of Schenectady County sheriff Tuesday night by more than 1,000 votes in unofficial results. Dagostino, 43, defeated Joseph Lazzari, a member of the Independence Party running on the Republican line. The sheriff’s race was the only contested countywide race.”
Now for the good news. Looks like Ayatollah Dear Leader Obama got his first setback in his goal of forcing his Marxist regime on the entire USA!!
“Republican gubernatorial wins in New Jersey and Virginia mark a troubling turn for President Obama, whose personal efforts couldn’t stop the fall of Democrats facing a voter backlash over the economy and a notable uptick in the government’s would-be role in people’s lives.
Obama’s 2008 victory in Old Dominion had marked an historic breakthrough for Democrats who hadn’t won Virginia’s electoral votes since 1964. The fight in the Garden State was more grueling than usually accompanies Democratic campaigns in the reliably blue state of New Jersey.
So the setbacks demonstrate the difficulty of presidential leadership following a campaign built on promises of unity followed by divisive policies and a relentless campaign approach toward big legislative issues like the stimulus and health care bills.”
And now for the really good news which had absolutely nothing to do with the elections. Which, all things considered, weren’t that big a deal for me this year anyway.
It seems Downtown Schenectady is finally getting rid of a stain in its downtown area. The Another World Bookstore will be closing it’s doors at its current location.
Also from the Daily Gazette–
“The last holdout in the bitter two-year battle over Erie Boulevard has waved the white flag.
Rocco Palmer, owner of Another World, has agreed to accept a “fair deal” to relocate his adult business out of downtown.
“We’re willing to negotiate,” he said on Tuesday.”
Even if they move to another place in the city, it will most likely be one that’s not as conducive to all the other (AHEM) activities that went on there.
In fact the sidewalk in front might be a good place for a little “Street Fishing.” 😉