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Posts/opinions are mine. Mostly movies, politics, video games. Elected CADEM E-Board Delegate AD77.
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- When your iWatch is looking out for your health 😁 #breathe #iWatch #healthOh wow. A little unexpected, but happy to have the support from Progressive Labor Alliance for @sandiegodems County Democratic Central Committee in #AD77 🗳💙 Proud to stand strong with our allies in the Labor movement 💪🔧⚙️ #workingfamilies #SanDiego #Democrats #DemocraticParty #voteblue #voteblue2020When dedication and passion (and insomnia) drive one at 2:30am to finish prep work for — I still wanna say, *tomorrow’s* — San Diego @dems4equality meeting! May need coffee tomorrow. #SanDiego #LGBT #LGBTQ #Democrats #DemocraticParty #leadership #insomnia #insomniaproblemsWhy — why did I just go down the unnecessary rabbit hole of reading all the neighborhood comments on @nextdoor? 🏠 🤦♂️ #chaos #entropy #madness #nextdoorHere are my #MoviePresidents 🎥🍿🇺🇸 for #PresidentsDay: - President Thomas J. Whitmore (Bill Pullman in #IndependenceDay) - President Tom Beck (Morgan Freeman in #DeepImpact) - President James Marshall (Harrison Ford in #AirForceOne) Honorable Mentions: - President William Harrison Mitchell (Kevin Kline in dual roles also as Dave Kovic in #Dave) - U.S. Senator and VP nominee Laine Billings Hanson (Joan Allen in #TheContender. Would like to think she became President in that movie’s universe at some point. We need more Women Presidents in film — and actually in the White House). Also, another shout out to Kevin Kline again who played President Ulysses S. Grant (and Artemus Gordon) in #WildWildWest. It’s one of my guilty pleasures. Don’t judge me.Celebrating #NotMyPresident Day by knocking on doors for our endorsed Democratic candidates. This could be our last #NotMyPresident Day if we do it right! ✌️ 🗳 💙 🇺🇸 #Democrats #DemocraticParty #VoteBlue2020 #FuckTrumpHere at LACDP supporting Will Rodriguez-Kennedy for DNC! 🗳 💙 🇺🇸 @willrk787 #CADemocrats #California #DNC #Democrats #DemocraticPartyThe new laptop bag makes all the other laptop bags jealous — and my laptop is an HP Envy, so it’s appropriate 🎒 💻 #laptop #hpenvy #laptopbag #captainamerica #marvelSigh... needs a new tire 🚙 #Mondays #IHateMondays #cartrouble #flattire #flattiressuck
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Totally caught off guard.
As our Historian notes, and as the award signifies — not just for my love of Disney and Marvel comic book characters — but starting 2016 as the longest-serving President of the Clairemont Town Council.
It is a milestone made all the more significant given the 60+ year history of CTC, and made all the more humble factoring in who previously held the record: Henry Ross, Jr. — who served from 1965-1969.
The last four years have flown by, and truth be told… I had no idea what to do when this started.
I can only appreciate and whole-heartedly thank everyone who has served on our CTC Board over the last four years. Without their confidence, guidance, and ideas, we wouldn’t be where we are today, and certainly, this opportunity would never have come to pass if it weren’t for them.
Many of you in the Clairemont community have e-mailed and told me over the years how much you appreciate my leadership skills and abilities, but I’ve learned about leadership from listening to all of you.
The ability to share our achievements and our skills with other communities throughout San Diego is made even more rewarding because we’ve done it here in Clairemont.
Without rambling too much longer, I just want you all to know how much this is appreciated.
Thank you. (smiley emoticon)