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Volume 35 • Issue 17 • September 1, 2010

On Aug. 31, 2010, President Barack Obama marked the end of America’s combat mission in Iraq. Learn how you can join the president in saluting the military’s service in Iraq. photo by Pete Souza.

Marine Corps Commandant signals last days of gay ban Marine Corps would not obstruct new, inclusive policy Remarks made yesterday at a Pentagon briefing by Marine Corps Commandant General James Conway signal the removal of one of the final hurdles to the implementation of openly gay service and the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell.” Commandant Conway stated that “if the law changes, we pride our Corps in leading the services in many, many things, and we’re going to have to lead in this too.” Palm Center Director Aaron Belkin stated, “Commandant Conway’s words are powerful. He has not been supportive of this change but he has now made clear that once the law is changed, the Marine Corps will set the pace for implementation of open service without delay.” The General’s comments come as the Senate prepares for consideration of repeal in the FY2011 Defense Authorization bill in September. The Pentagon Working Group assigned to address the implementation of repeal is due to submit its report no later than December 1. The Palm Center has noted that an affirmative non-discrimination policy on the basis of sexual orientation must be included in the Working Group’s recommendations. “Liz Cheney, Commandant Conway, Colin Powell and Bill O’Reilly are prepared for openly gay troops to serve,” stated Palm Center Deputy Executive

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Navy Choppers provide aid to Pakistani flood victims By Ian Graham

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Good morning, Just read your column in the Aug 15th edition which discussed the Sherrod controversy. You’re off the mark on several points all of which were cleverly left out of your column: - Brietbart never claimed to be a journalist. - If we’re going to talk “standards” then why don’t you apply “standards” to the lopsided reporting rampant throughout much of the media. How many major networks covered the Missouri vote against the health care reform plan for example? How many articles have appeared in the NY Times, LA Times, etc casting the New York mosque debate as one of religious libertly? If we’re talking standards can we apply them equally and without bias? - Sherrod’s commentary - all of it does tell a quaint little story about her past. But fact is, her story does reveal that she used her official capacity in her official office in a racially biased manner. Just because she changed after the fact and made nice with the farmer does not negate the fact that she abused her authority and made decisions based on the color of his skin. - If you’re going to call Ann Coulter someone who couldn’t possibly be taken seriously, will you apply the same to Rachel Maddow or Olbermann? And note, Coulter is not and does not pretend to be a journalist. She’s entertainment and will readily admit as much. And while we’re on the subject of Coulter, do you support what happened to her in Canada - or do you not know about given the lopsided reporting prevalent in media these days? - Lastly, you never had the guts to ask where Brietbart got the edited video from. This is the great untold part of the entire Sherrod story. Someone gave Brietbart an edited copy of the video. Who? NAACP? Obama operatives? Again, this question will never be exlored - see above comments about lopsided media reporting. Best Regards, A Dunn San Diego CA To: Mr. A. Dunn...regarding Mr. Sherrod’s column In our Aug 1st edition. You brought up some very intuitive and legitimate points. Mr. Sherods’ opinions are not nessessarily the same as The Military Press’s, but in fairness to our readers we try to present both sides of an issue. Your comments that we printed in our Aug.15th edition are proof that we care about differences. My opinions can be quite different than those of my fellow workers. So in fairness to them, when I express my opinions I will always present theirs, especially when they disagree. The only way our people and nation can be a beacon for freedom is to air our differences. – R. Matz Dear Military Press,

“It’s all about service.” Made me proud that to come from a military family, even though I know it meant a different kind of service to him. My father and grandfather talk about the unexplained battles at the VFW all the time, and Tarawa comes up now and again. It is to painful to listen to the stories so I don’t hang around for them, but when the first film came out on the Military Channel, the only channel Pops watches besides Myth Busters, we all gathered around and watched the film. My Pops cried as he watched. According to him, the film really told the truth. Scott Imperial Beach, CA Steven Barber certainly is doing some great work, and is a really heck of nice guy. Hey MP, Brett who? Quick, get rid of him before he joins the Kardashians! I’m so over Brett Favre, enough already!


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Quality-of-life raise for all disabled vets fades Disabled veterans were thrilled in 2007 when the Veterans Disability Benefits Commission asked Congress to enact an immediate “quality of life” increase to disability payments from the Department of Veterans Affairs. The special increase, said VDBC commissioners, should be across the board, benefiting all veterans with service-connected health conditions, and it should be as large as 25 percent for the most severely disabled. The commission argued that current disability pay compensates for average loss in lifetime earnings but fails to provide any added monetary award for diminished quality of life. Quality of life “is addressed in a limited fashion” by Special Monthly Compensation (SMC) payable for loss of limbs or use of limbs, said the commission. But it called for development of a “systematic methodology” for evaluating and compensating for the impact of disability on quality of life. Meanwhile, Congress should allow an interim increase of up to 25 percent. What happen to that idea? It fell flat, said retired Lt. Gen. Terry Scott, a former Army Ranger who chaired the VDBC. “The terms ‘across the board’ and ‘up to 25 percent’ were not well

received anywhere outside the veterans community,” Scott explained during an interview Monday in Washington D.C. His own position on an across-theboard increase for diminished quality of life also has changed, Scott said. That’s significant because he not only had chaired the VDBC through years of hearings and study but Scott now chairs the Advisory Committee on Disability Compensation. That panel was created by Congress in 2008, part of the Veterans’ Benefits Improvement which directed that the VA secretary modernize the disability compensation system and address its mammoth backlog of claims. Scott’s fallback position to an acrossthe-board raise, which the advisory committee also seems to embrace, is to pay something extra to recognize loss in quality of life only for the most seriously disabled veterans. That could be done by expanding the SMC portion of VA disability pay or by adopting a similarly rigid model for compensating for “noneconomic loss.” “Where I have retrenched, based on this committee’s studies and the things we’ve done, [is to] pretty much agree that the additive monetary benefit for quality of life should be based on really severe disability.” The “good thing” about using the SMC model, Scott said, “is that it is very tightly prescribed. There is not a lot of latitude to deal with. You fit inside the parameters of one of those categories

or you do not…It is not subject to a lot of subjectivity [or] any sort of gamesmanship.” Feedback from VA and Congress “was that a targeted approach for those suffering from severe disability, and a very clear ‘non-economic’ or qualityof-life loss [payment] is a sellable proposition,” Scott said. The 11-member advisory committee is a lower-profile entity than was the VDBC. It has met 20 times since fall of 2008 with responsibility both to advise and to pressure the VA secretary on steps, schedules and priorities for modernizing VA’s Schedule for Ratings Disabilities (VASRD). VA claim adjudicators have used the VASRD for more than 60 years

master plan for overhauling the VASRD over six years. Scott’s committee, which includes medical and scientific experts, is monitoring that effort closely. “The principle goal of the committee is to continue to over watch the plan, making sure it is not abandoned in favor of some other priority. In other words, we are probably going to be their hair shirt in terms of saying, ‘Okay, we’ve seen your plan. You said you’re going to do this in 2010 and this in 2011. Tell us where you are.’ ” Scott applauded VA’s work so far to upgrade the VASRD including changes in the way traumatic brain injury and burn scars are rated. The master plan, he said, includes a schedule to review disability ratings across all 15 body

Feedback from VA and Congress “was that a targeted approach for those suffering from severe disability, and a very clear ‘non-economic’ or qualityof-life loss [payment] is a sellable proposition,” Scott said. to set disability ratings, which in turn determine the size of monthly disability payments. Critics have long argued it needs to be reformed to take into account modern medical knowledge and technical advances. VA officials last year developed a

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MILITARY NEWS I MP 500,000 pounds of relief supplies. In addition, U.S. military cargo aircraft based in Afghanistan have transported more than 268,000 pounds of international aid from the Pakistani air force’s central flood relief cell in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, to other locations throughout the country.

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US, Colombian Marines strengthen bonds through nonlethal weapons training By Cpl. Alicia R. Giron, Continuing Promise

Marines with Company A, 2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion, Ground Combat Element of Special-Purpose Marine AirGround Task Force Continuing Promise 2010 taught nonlethal weapons tactics to Colombian Marines at Colombian Marine Corps Base Covenas, Colombia, Aug. 14, as part of a six day subject matter expert exchange. Subject matter expert exchange is just one essential mission of Operation Continuing Promise 2010, which also includes medical, dental, veterinary and engineering support, and disaster relief to partner nations to the Caribbean, Central and South America. The Special-Purpose MAGTF plays a vital role in sharing and learning valuable experience from host nations. U.S. Marines geared up with riot shields, shin guards and batons to show Colombian Marines the basics in nonlethal weapons and riot control. These skills are essential when dealing

with a populous that turns desperate after a natural disaster. Security and crowd control are chief concerns when providing humanitarian assistance. Colombian Marines also learned proper takedown techniques and enjoyed practical application with both U.S. and Colombian Marines. The six day exchange between Colombian and U.S. Marines included jungle survival, physical training, weapons and improvised explosive devices classes, a combat fitness test, amphibious assault vehicle demonstration and an amphibious assault landing while the USS Iwo Jima was in Covenas, Colombia, in support of Continuing Promise 2010. For more information about the Special-Purpose MAGTF supporting Continuing Promise 2010, check out the unit’s official website at http://www.

New EFV prototype tests at Camp Pendleton By Capt. Masato Itoh. Marine Corps Installations West

MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — Approaching a black dot on the GPS system, a squawk of radio static is followed by “this is command, approaching buoy alpha.” The vehicle commander replies with an affirming “roger command,” and a powerful roar erupts off to the left of Col. Keith Moore’s rigid-hulled inflatable boat, more commonly known as a RHIB. The newest variant of the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle throttles all 2,700 horsepower and lifts out of the glassy water gliding like a jet ski. Although the EFV program manager’s RHIB has no problem keeping up with the 30 mph speed of the 78,000-pound EFV, it is a breathtaking advancement from its venerable predecessor, the Amphibious Assault Vehicle, which comparatively crawls at 9 mph in water. Moore is observing a demonstration of the newest prototype, EFV Personnel Variant, System Development and Demonstration-2, at the Amphibious Vehicle Test Branch (AVTB) at Camp Del Mar. For more information about the EFV program, visit

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The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin Al-Husseini The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin Al-Husseini By Chuck Morse

This is the remarkable story of Haj Amin al-Husseini who was, in many ways, as big a Nazi villain as Hitler himself. To understand his influence on the Middle East is to understand the ongoing genocidal program against the Jews of Israel. Al-Husseini was a bridge figure in terms of transporting the Nazi genocide in Europe into the post-war Middle East. As the leader of Arab Palestine during the British Mandate period, al-Husseini introduced violence against moderate Arabs as well as against Jews. Al-Husseini met with Adolf Eichmann in Palestine in 1937 and subsequently went on the Nazi payroll as a Nazi agent. Al-Husseini played a pivotal behind-the-scenes role in instigating a pro-Nazi coup in Iraq in 1941 as he urged Nazis and pro-Nazi governments in Europe to transport Jews to death camps, trained proNazi Bosnian brigades, and funneled Nazi loot into pro-war Arab countries. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chuck Morse is a veteran radio talk show host and syndicated columnist who is regularly featured on His columns have been published in compilations including Thunder Out of Boston, Why I’m a Right-Wing Extremist, The Difference Between us and Them – America confronts the Leftist-Islamist Axis of Evil, and The Gramsci Factor – 59 Socialists in Congress. Morse is formerly the CEO of City Metro Enterprises and was a candidate for U.S. Congress in 2004 and 2006. He currently lives in Boston with his wife and daughter.

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Who was Adolph Hitler? al-Husseini the position was made by Herbert Samuel, the first high commissioner of Palestine. It was odd that Samuel, a British Jew, would appoint a man who would be responsible for so much unrest within the Mandatory area. Al-Husseini in fact had been sentenced to ten years in prison by the British for inciting riots in 1920. None of that sentence was served, as al-Husseini had fled to Transjordan, and was soon after amnestied by Samuel himself. For his part, al-Husseini had used his influence to quiet additional disturbances in 1921. He assured Samuel that he would continue to maintain order, and it was with this understanding that the high commissioner granted him the position of mufti. In the following year, he was also appointed to lead the Supreme Muslim

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HOW DO WE FIND HOPE? comfort, who bind wounds and dry tears. Remind people whose lives have been shadowed by evil that there is still plenty of good in the world.” How would it be if we did as my friend does, and create hope by helping others feel peace or by being a positive example or influence in our circle of friends and family? Maybe we can create our own opportunities to actually make these hopes come to be reality? We might be pleasantly surprised to see what happens if we gave an honest effort to accomplishing such desires. Do you think you would feel more joy, lightening of some of your own burdens, and even that hope you long for, if you saw it in others, due to your acts of kindness and efforts? I know it sure makes my day brighter and more hopeful. We know that, even the most positive and optimistic of us experience difficult days. We all have times when we are in one of those valleys of life’s landscape. We may even feel like we are in that proverbial “down on our luck” part of life. Some may actually develop clinical concerns of depression and despair. How can we maintain hope during these inevitable days? As Tom Hanks in “CAST AWAY” came to realize: “I had power over nothing, that’s when a feeling came over me like a warm blanket—I knew, somehow, that I had to stay alive, somehow, I had to keep breathing,

I have heard it said that hope is a universal yearning. In the Chaplain Corps, we once had in our vision statement a phrase, which stated: “Energizing with HOPE”. I always have felt that this is the work of a Chaplain or leader and have made it the creed, by which I have tried to emulate. And through my daily interactions with others, I have come to feel that most of us, desire that life filled with Hope. What is a person without hope? Have you felt the pain and despair of the thought, “there’s no hope”? Did you feel like a person with a punctured or torn out heart? I’ve been there. It’s a mass of pain and confusion. I have a friend who works on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, and in her limited spare time volunteers as a clown, who goes by the name of Hope. She, too, has the desire to see others experience and feel hope in their lives, and cultivates it through the acts of love, kindness and slapstick of her clown persona. Don’t we all find a smile of hope when we see clowns provide their entertainment and we can turn from the day-today grind of the world? Emily Dickinson calls hope, “a thing with feathers that perches in the soul.” It is said that hope is tenuous and fragile. And so, Rabbi Harold S. Kushner urges: “Be among those who reach out, who assist, who

even though there was no reason to hope… So that’s what I did…Then one day logic was proven wrong… because the tide came in and gave me a sail.” Now even though things weren’t the way he wanted, he said: “I know what I have to do now, I need to keep breathing, tomorrow the sun will rise, and who knows what the tide could bring.” We all ought to keep that in mind in our lives, we never know what is around the corner that could change our world. Well, here comes the Chappy in me…It is only when we carefully cultivate our own faith in God and experience His promised love in our lives, that we can and will be able to better withstand any of the difficulties that can daily beset us. This may be a hard concept to understand. However, I know that in combat, and I’m sure many on their way home right now, can attest to this, “there are no atheists in a fighting hole.” Why is that? The same reason most of us turn to our God, when we have our difficult times. We hope we aren’t alone. Well, we aren’t. This doesn’t mean we won’t have trying circumstances, but it also doesn’t mean that we can’t feel hope. Over the years serving as a Marine, Police Officer in the Los Angeles area, a Social Worker in Massachusetts, and as a Chaplain in the sea services,


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more freely with those around me. We truly have the ability to decide how we will deal with life and its many peaks and valleys. Look up, put on the smile of the one smiling down on you and increase your joy by sharing it with others. That’s what I want for you. I hope that my efforts in these articles bring a little of that to you. As in the movie I watched some time back… “Pay It Forward” you, “pay it forward” to three others this week and test out the hope and joy you will feel. I know it can change your life for the better. Test me on it… As always, it is my hope that this message will help you this week to, “mount up as on eagle’s wings”, and

renew a little of your strength to keep moving forward and find joy…(Isaiah 40:31) Until next week, may God bless you and may God continue to bless our great nation… SEMPER FI Chaplain Ringo, is the Command Chaplain at MCRD H&S BN, holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling, and is a Certified Trauma Specialist.

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32 Greatest NFL Running Backs Joe Posnanski is quickly becoming one of the most popular writers at, and developing a substantial following for his own site. His writing is engaging, he chooses interesting topics, and he knows a ton about baseball. He does not, however, know a great deal about football, which made it surprising that he recently chose to create a list of 32 great running backs through history. He followed it up with a list of 32 great receivers. Posnanski is, very simply, not qualified to create a list of the 32 best running backs in history. He recognizes this, and even includes an explicit disclaimer: “this list is not saying the thirty-two GREATEST running backs but thirty-two GREAT running backs”. That said, when you create a limited list like that and put numbers next to the names, you’re obviously attempting to do exactly that. The disclaimer is basically his admission that there might be some mistakes. Below, I’ll present my own choices for the 32 greatest running backs in the history of professional football, plus a few names it was hard to leave off and comments on the players who made Posnanski’s list but not mine.

1. Jim Brown Jason Lisk at PFR has done some really interesting research suggesting that Brown’s accomplishments may have been inflated by the soft schedule he played in the Eastern Conference, and

2. Walter Payton He could do everything. He held the career rushing record for nearly two decades, might still have it if he’d played 16-game schedules his whole career. He was a fine receiver and a dedicated blocker. Payton had speed, but he wasn’t the fastest player. He had power, but he was too small to be a true power back. He could cut, but he wasn’t going to make anyone forget Gale Sayers or The Juice. No one, no RB in history, played with more heart. You just never saw this guy give up on a play, and he was an elite runner for over a decade. (Posnanski’s rank: 2)

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5. O.J. Simpson I know I already said this about Jim Brown, but Simpson’s 1973 and 1975 seasons may be the best by any running back in history. His 1973 single-season record for rushing yards per game still stands and has never been seriously challenged. (Posnanski’s rank: 7)

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that Jim Taylor might have been just as good. Taylor is criminally underrated because he was always overshadowed by Brown, and the data is well worth reading. But Brown’s combination of power and speed, backed up by otherworldly numbers, makes him an easy choice for the top position here. His 1958 and 1963 seasons are arguably the two best by any RB in history. (Posnanski’s rank: 1)

more a function of his receiving talent than his offensive system. It seems silly to me to suggest that there was any substantial difference between Sanders and Smith as receivers. (Posnanski’s rank: 3)

He’s remembered as a finesse runner who was useless in short yardage. Sanders scored double-digit rushing TDs six times, including a career-high 16 in 1991. The Emmitt/Barry debate is eternal, and at different times I’ve fallen on different sides of it. It’s close. (Posnanski’s rank: 4)

4. Emmitt Smith Like Payton, he had a ton of heart and was remarkably consistent and well-rounded. Unlike Payton, he was surrounded by great offensive talent. Posnanski, in making the case for Smith, cites his reception totals, as if this were

I know my list mostly agrees with Posnanski’s so far; that will cease after this entry. Faulk is the greatest dual threat runner-receiver in NFL history, better than Lenny Moore, Bobby Mitchell, Roger Craig, and everyone else. He could have been a Pro Bowl wide receiver, and he probably should have won three NFL MVP Awards. (Posnanski’s rank: 6)

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9. Eric Dickerson Posnanski wrote that Dickerson “didn’t look fast ... but nobody ever caught him from behind.” I guess that makes Darrell Green a nobody. (Green catches Dickerson from behind at 0:30 of the link) (Posnanski’s rank: 11)

10. Joe Perry This will not sit well with some people. Everyone ranks Joe Perry among the top 30, but almost nobody puts him in the top 10, and most rankers set him behind his teammate Hugh McElhenny. Perry wasn’t as flashy, but he was more consistent, he played forever — mostly at a high level — and for a couple years there, he was clearly the best RB in the league. (Posnanski’s rank: 25)

11. Jim Taylor The argument against Taylor, if you really want to make one, is that he only had five great seasons. That’s five more than most people, but his career accomplishments just don’t hold up against the best of the best. He also played behind an exceptionally talented offensive line, for an exceptionally gifted offensive coach. (Posnanski’s rank: 22)

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mmm, think i blew that one! Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren completed their divorce, nine months after a single-car accident led to an admission by the world’s top-ranked golfer that he repeatedly cheated on his wife. “We are sad that our marriage is over and we wish each other the very best for the future,” Woods and Nordegren said in the joint statement. “We are the parents of two wonderful children and their happiness has been, and will always be, of paramount importance to both of us.” William Alcott, a spokesman for law firm McGuireWoods LLP, which represented Nordegren, said no further details of the divorce settlement will be disclosed. A former nanny from Stockholm, the 30-year-old Nordegren will get $100 million, reported, citing unidentified people with direct knowledge of the property settlement

AG: As a former 1st round pick, what do you feel is your role on this team? BD: I’m trying to get as many catches as I can. I’m trying to be a big-play guy in this offense. I’m trying to be that… maybe we had something missing (in the offense) last year; maybe I can be that something. I’m trying to come in and make explosive plays every time I touch the ball because I know that’s what I can do. That’s what they brought me here for and that’s what my teammates are looking for -- so that’s my goal. AG: What do you accomplish this season?



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Remembering the days of burlesque

was small and neat, the walls papered with posters of previous attractions. “Something about being backstage still sort of gets me,” Tempest said. She spoke almost shyly in a soft Southern accent. “I’d tell you, but you’d think it was crazy.” No, go ahead. “It’s a long story, too . . .” That doesn’t matter. “Well, I used to go to the movies, and

situation. I never knew my father. My parents separated before I was born. But I had a stepfather, the meanest man in the world. Every day was hell. I wanted to get away, and naturally I dreamed about Hollywood. And I memorized movie magazines. “But where I actually wound up was in Columbus, Georgia. I was all of 14 years old. I grew up in Eastman, Ga., and I’d never been out of the state in

any suggestions. He said sure, become a stripper. I thought he was kidding. “But he arranged an audition with Lillian Hunt, who was handling the talent at the Follies Theater. I missed the first appointment on purpose - I was scared to death and the last thing in the world I wanted to be was a stripper - but I finally went to see her and she gave me a job in the chorus line. It paid $40 a week, the most I’d ever made in my life.”

“The instant the spotlight hit, my gown fell off. I was still wondering whether I had the nerve take it off, and it fell off. So that was when I learned the basic rule in this business: No matter what happens, keep moving.” The announcer asked for another round of applause, and got it, and Tempest Storm took her last curtain call. Then the house lights went on and the audience started to leave. Backstage, Tempest (“The tempest in a D-cup,” as the ads say), wrapped herself in a gown. Her dressing room

I’d tell myself the stars were backstage, right behind the screen, and someday I’d meet them.” She smiled. “Oh, I was funny. Long after I was too old to believe such things, I still pretended I did, because they were important to me. “I mean, crazy things like that helped out at home. I was in a pretty bad

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my life, but I had this idea I could save my money and go to Hollywood and become a movie star.” She smiled. “It seemed perfectly simple. I imagine there were a lot of little girls in Georgia with the same crazy idea. I went to Columbus and got a job as an inspector for the Archer Hosiery Co. But I could hardly support myself; I was a kid, I didn’t know the first thing about handling money. I lived all alone in a rooming house. My parents were trying to make me come back home. “It seemed that if I did go back, I’d never get away again. I got a job as a waitress and met this marine who came into the restaurant all the time. We got the bright idea we ought to get married. See, in Georgia, after you got married your parents lost their legal hold on you.” She shook her head slowly. “What a crazy thing to do. I was scared to death, and so was he. The marriage was annulled after 24 hours, and I went back home. I never saw him again. I heard once that he was in Florida, but I don’t know for sure. “Anyway, things were still bad at home, and so finally I really did get married. I was 15, and I married this shoe salesman from Columbus. His sister worked with me at the hosiery mill. Can you imagine a kid of 15 getting married? It lasted six months, and then I just left one day. I still had it in my mind to go to Hollywood. I couldn’t get it out of my system.” When she arrived in Hollywood, her name was still Annie B. Banks, and she had $600 in savings in a purse which she held with both hands so that the purse-snatchers, said to be legion in the big city, would not snatch it away from her. “I was pretty, and already I had a good figure, but I must have looked like the original little country girl come to Hollywood,” Tempest said smiling. “What a sight I must have been.” She went to work as a carhop at Simon’s Drive-In until a job as a cocktail waitress opened up. She lied about her age, piled her hair on top of her head and went to work. “One day a man in the lounge told me I ought to go into show business,”’ she said. Well, that was exactly what I thought, but I was as far away from getting anywhere in Hollywood as I had been in Georgia. I asked him if he had

After three weeks, Tempest was offered a raise to $60 if she would strip. “That wasn’t what I had in mind,” Tempest said. “I never started out to be in burlesque; I never planned it that way. Still, I needed the money. I remember going on stage for the first time, with Lillian in the wings whispering instructions. “The instant the spotlight hit, my gown fell off. I was still wondering whether I had the nerve take it off, and

Many famous comedians began their careers in burlesque it fell off. So that was when I learned the basic rule in this business: No matter what happens, keep moving.” A week later, Lillian Hunt told Annie B. Banks that she needed a stage name. Annie B. Banks wouldn’t do. “I asked her if she had any suggestions. She said, what about Tempest Storm? I asked her if she had any other suggestions. Well, she said, what about Sunny Day? Well, I said, I guess it might as well be Tempest Storm.” That was in 1952, when she was 17. Six months later, she engineered the publicity stunt that was to make her famous. “A bunch of Hollywood stars were holding something called the Mickey Awards. Sort of a spoof on the Oscars,” she said. “I arrived in continues on page 51


NOW PLAYING Behind the Burly Q A new documentary named “Behind the Burly Q” recalls those days of burlesque. It gathers an impressive series of talking head interviews with surviving stars, including Tempest

completely nude, but manipulated her fans so adroitly that you could never be absolutely sure. This proves the principle that it is more erotic to be about to see everything than it is to actually see it. Miss Rand died in 1979 at the age of 75, and was still dancing in that decade. I know that for a fact because my friend John McHugh has a photograph of himself with her to prove it. In the picture he is conducting himself as befits a reporter from the Chicago Daily News while her perky nipples wink at him. “Behind the Burly Q,” is written and directed by the burlesque historian Leslie Zemeckis (wife of Robert)

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while he’s still alive. Melodrama, human comedy, and a sweet reunion with an old squeeze (Sissy Spacek). Nice work by Lucas Black as the undertaker’s assistant. Rating: Three stars.

(Comedy, PG-13, 114 minutes). Paul Rudd plays an ambitious young executive invited to a special dinner party by his boss: Each guest has to bring a guest of his own who is a perfect idiot. Biggest idiot wins. Rudd isn’t interested until he meets Steve Carell, playing a man whose hobby is filling giant dollhouses with elegantly dressed dead mice. It’s quite a dinner party. Rating: Three stars.

The Red Machine (Thriller, not rated, 84 minutes). A lean, intense thriller about a disgraced spy for the U.S. Navy and a jailed safecracker who team up to steal the secret of the Japanese version of Enigma, the Nazi cryptography machine. Lee Perkins looks to be a flawlessly turned-out Navy officer, but he’s locked behind a stone face and a shady reputation. Donal Thoms-Cappello is a cocky young thief straight from a 1930s pulp crime magazine. No gimmicks, just an elegant simplicity. Rating: Three and a half stars. Storm herself, looking pretty damned good for a redhead aged 82. In 1999, San Francisco mayor Willie Brown proclaimed a Tempest Storm Day. Catch Michael Bloomberg doing that. In its heyday a top-flight burlesque show would run 90 minutes and feature a large cast, elaborate costumes,

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IS JAMES BOND DEAD? “RELAX, DARLING, I am on top of the situation.” That was Sean Connery, in “Diamonds Are Forever.” (I believe the situation he was “on top of” was Jill St. John.)

SEVERAL MONTHS ago, we printed news about the delay on “Bond 23” the latest 007 movie starring Daniel Craig, who is the sizzling 21st-century re-invention of James Bond. MGM was bankrupt and waiting for financial salvation. It didn’t seem possible, I wrote, that the greatest of all studios could possibly remain in such dire straits or that the most successful movie franchise in history could be ... history. Alas, it seems all the bad news remains very bad indeed. Entertainment Weekly has put Daniel Craig on its current cover, in character as Bond, in his tuxedo. And that might be the final image on the cover of a magazine with Craig as Bond. The story inside is dismal. MGM still hasn’t found a buyer (Louis B. Mayer and Irving Thalberg must be spinning!) and “Bond 23” has been put on an indefinite hold. As EW points out, the last time the Bond franchise was put on hold, it took six years to revive it -- with Pierce Brosnan. And some fear this hiatus

might run a similar course. But with audience attention spans shorter than ever, with CGI and 3-D increasingly the lure, will there be a place for a recognizable James Bond in the future? Would Daniel Craig, who is now 42, want to return to the role when he’s pushing 50? “Casino Royale” and “Quantum of Solace” took in -- are you ready? -- $1 billion dollars worldwide. But an actor goes where the work is, and several years from now, Craig might be frying other fish, perhaps even fish more tasty than 007. And let’s face it, even Sean Connery was not very convincing as Bond, as he aged. Still, there’s this possibility -- if Bond is away for a long time, and then has to be reinvented again from scratch, there’s always the chance of a total reinvention; an African-American Bond, a gay Bond, even -- a female Bond?! (OK, the latter would be a miraculous stretch, but, in the movies anything is possible -- after all, there’s always Angelina Jolie.) Still, I hope MGM sorts itself out

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and “Bond 23” gets back on track with Daniel Craig. He has certainly put his own sexy, steely-eyed, visceral stamp on Ian Fleming’s immortal character. I AM not at all surprised that Ellen DeGeneres has left her position as a judge on “American Idol,” backstage personality clashes notwithstanding. I never thought Ellen would last. The hallmark of her comedy style is gentle and self-deprecating. I could not see her offering even gentle criticism of contestants vying to become the next “Idol.” And indeed, she admitted in leaving that that was the reason -- she just couldn’t bring herself, week after week, to offer negativity. Ellen loves music and knows music, but I don’t think she wants to put anything out there that isn’t positive. Also, and this is just my opinion, too many of these young people aren’t doing what I call singing anyway. It’s a lot of reaching for and fooling around with notes to make impressively loud

sounds, with little feeling for lyrics. Nobody just sings. Today’s music style -- especially the typical “Idol” sound -- ensures that Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Lena Horne and other great artists who knew the power of the lyric, would never make it on “AI.” GOOD NEWS on CNN over the weekend. I saw a report on a young man named Eric Richardson who has had great success with a website called blogdowntown Weekly. This is a site that tells all that’s going on in downtown Los Angeles. Now, Eric has decided to put his blog into print and turn it into a magazine! He said that the reading experience remains valuable and people still want to pick something up and hold it -- the tactile experience. The interviewer seemed skeptical and pointed out how everything is online, and how vastly endangered are magazines, newspapers and even print books.

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Eric was steadfast; he thinks his magazine will be a success and he believes reading from a source you don’t have to “call up” will endure. Good luck, Eric Richardson! HERE’S a story of just where a lot of young people are, culturally. Montana Fishburne, the daughter of the respected actor Laurence Fishburne, has made a porn movie. Is she desperate, disowned by her family, a drug addict who doesn’t know what she is doing? No. (Although there was an arrest for prostitution last year.) She wants to be famous. She wants to “get her career going.” And she was inspired in this foolishness by none other than Kim Kardashian, one of the famous-forbeing famous Kardashian sisters! Uhhh ... the difference is, Kim reportedly made her tape as a “private” little something with an ex-boyfriend. Then it was “leaked” -- oops! Kim then became famous. Just as Paris Hilton’s profile was heightened by her tape, and

then there’s always the Pam Anderson/ Tommy Lee epic. Obviously, Miss Fishburne is a troubled young lady, but the idea behind her quest for “fame” is more or less what many young people believe. Getting on reality shows, behaving atrociously, drinking, barfing, undressing -performing in sex tapes, or posting nude pictures online where they will live and be circulated forever. Mistresses now become newspaper columnists. More than ever women throw themselves into bed with famous men so they can then get pregnant, tape them, weep when the famous man is through with them. Then they all hire Gloria Allred. I do not think even Andy Warhol, who predicted everybody would be “famous for 15 minutes” and who had an appreciation of the sordid, would be amused at what passes for cultural inspiration these days.

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The Dodge Challenger is the name of three different automobile models marketed by the Dodge division of Chrysler.The first generation was a pony car built from 1970 to 1974, using the Chrysler E platform and sharing major components with the Plymouth Barracuda.

Events that happened in 1970 Paul McCartney announces that the Beatles have disbanded Apollo 13 mission to moon abandoned First Earth Day celebrated The




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MASH is a 1970 American satirical dark comedy film directed by Robert Altman and written by Ring Lardner,

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1970 Paparazzi becomes a profession, and they certainly pushed the limits. impact on national politics. In The Ends of Power, Haldeman (1978) states that the shootings at Kent State began the slide into Watergate, eventually destroying the Nixon administration. Beyond the direct effects of the May 4th, the shootings have certainly come to symbolize the deep political and social divisions that so sharply divided the country during the Vietnam War era. Brazil wins their third world cup with Pele as the captain

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Castro couldn’t even go to the bathroom unless the Soviet Union put the nickel in the toilet. – Richard M. Nixon. Richard Milhous Nixon (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994) was the 37th President of the United States from 1969–1974. Nixon was the only President to resign the office.

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Future Shock is a book written by the sociologist and futurist Alvin Toffler in 1970. It grew out of an article “The Future as a Way of Life” in Horizon magazine, Summer 1965 issue.The book has sold over 6 million copies and has been widely translated. Future shock is also a term for a certain psychological state of individuals and entire societies, introduced by Toffler in his book of the same name. Toffler’s shortest definition of future shock is a personal perception of “too much change in too short a period of time”.

Cost Of Living 1970

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How Much things cost in 1970 Yearly Inflation Rate USA 5.84% Yearly Inflation Rate UK 5.9% Year End Close Dow Jones Industrial Average 838 Average Cost of new house $23,450.00 Average Income per year $9,400.00 Average Monthly Rent $140.00 Cost of a gallon of Gas 36 cents Shaefer Pen $9.95 United States postage Stamp 6 cents Sports Illustrated 15 cents Mans Westclox Watch $18.00 AMC Gremlin $1879

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Trellis at Windingwalk in CHULA VISTA. New opportunities to buy, plus up to $20,000 in incentives on select home sites have been announced by builder Brookfield Homes. Seven homes in Phase 7A at Trellis were released for sale. Current pricing starts at $440,900, and a Brookfield incentive of $10,000 is currently available. In addition, the San Diego builder is offering a $5,000 limited time finder’s fee for referring a friend. Trellis homes feature four floor plans ranging from approximately 2,361 to 2,620 square feet. The two-story homes have four to five bedrooms, 2.5 to three baths and two-car garages. Exteriors showcase classic architectural styles, including Spanish, Craftsman and California Cottage details. Trellis interiors, per plan, incorporate formal living and dining rooms, a butler’s pantry, gourmet kitchen island and downstairs bedroom suite. There are granite kitchen countertops, maple cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Other standard features included in Trellis homes are: built in security system, front yard landscaping, and side and backyard fencing.

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Four years ago Jay-Z issued a lyrical taunt to his fellow rappers: “What you call money, I pay more in taxes.” Turns out his line was more than just a boast. Jay-Z pulled in $63 million over the past 12 months, earning him his second straight hip-hop cash crown. His income level places him in the 35% tax bracket, which means he’ll pay Uncle Sam about $22 million this year -- a sum greater than the total earnings of any other rap star besides second-ranked Diddy. “Jay-Z is in a league of his own right now,” says Ryan Schinman, chief of Platinum Rye, the country’s largest buyer of music and talent for corporations. “There are very few artists of any genre, not just hiphop, who’ve created such brands for themselves.” The top 20 earners on this year’s Cash Kings list racked up about $300 million in earnings, an average of $15 million per artist. Remarkably, the total is roughly the same as last year, despite a troubled economy and a music industry thrown into flux by new technology. “There aren’t many artists selling 250,000 albums in the opening week, and that used to happen all the time,” says entertainment attorney Donald David. “The rise of iTunes means people don’t have to buy whole album ... and that has changed the business dramatically.” Jay-Z and Diddy are two artists who’ve taken the changes in stride. In addition to releasing an album and launching a worldwide tour (average gross: more than $1 million per show), Jay-Z co-owns the 40/40 nightclub chain and has a stake in the NBA’s

World Cup soccer ad campaign for Pepsi, and Kon Live, his Interscopebacked imprint that’s home to Lady Gaga and others. Fourth on the list is Lil Wayne, who managed to pull in $20 million from his new album, Rebirth, and heavy touring before the start of his one-year jail stint in March for weapons charges. Ludacris ranks sixth with $16 million, a total fueled by movie roles and a new cognac line, Conjure. “There’s a lot of cross-branding and cross-marketing that’s going on these days,” notes Troy Marshall, vice president of promotions at Interscope Records. Along with touring, he says, “those are very important components for artists as far as spreading the message of their music and spreading

the message of their brand.” Kanye West’s earnings fell from $25 million last year to $12 million this year in the wake of his highly publicized outburst during Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech at the 2009 Video Music Awards. With a

new album and world tour in the offing, he should be back toward the top of next year’s list along with 50 Cent, who took a break from touring and recording to concentrate on film roles over the past year, earning $8 million, a relatively paltry total for the 2008 Cash King. Eleventh-ranked Drake is the

highest-earning newcomer on the list. He banked $9 million over the past 12 months, thanks to a new record deal, an advertising pact with Sprite, and an agreement with Virgin America that

plasters his likeness onto the sides of airplanes. Another good decision: recruiting Lil Wayne and Jay-Z to appear on his debut album, Thank Me Later, which sold 447,000 copies in its first week. Though Jay-Z earned more than Lil Wayne, Drake, Kanye West, and 50 Cent combined, he’s not even the richest musician in his own home -- that honor goes to his wife, Beyonce, who raked in $87 million over the past 12 months. Methodology: The Forbes Hip-Hop

Cash Kings list includes male recording artists whose work is primarily classified as hip-hop or rap. Earnings estimates, which include income from record sales, digital downloads, touring, films, TV shows, endorsements, books, and other entertainment ventures, are calculated between June 2009 and June 2010. Management, attorney, and agent fees are not deducted. In order to determine our list, we interviewed numerous sources within the music industry, including lawyers, media buyers, record label executives, and many of the artists themselves. We also conducted research via Billboard, Pollstar, Nielsen SoundScan, and the Recording Industry Association of America, among other sources.


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San Diego – September kicks off theater season in town. Between the Civic Center and Balboa Theater, San Diegans can enjoy Shrek The La Jolla Playhouse Musical, West Side Story, Hair, Burn The Floor, The Wizard Of Oz, Disney’s Beauty And The Beast, Next To Normal, The Color Purple, Mamma Mia! and Stomp. Throughout the year there are specials and discounts available for seniors, students, educators and military. For ticket information and show schedules, go to www. or call 1-619-570-1100. A new musical, Limelight, the Story of Charlie Chaplin, begins September 7th. at the La Jolla Playhouse. Its run will be followed by Notes from Underground and Ruined. For their entire 2010/2011 schedule, logon to www.

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The Prado at Balboa Park - The Prado, another of the Cohn Group Restaurants, presents classic dining in the House of Hospitality, located in the middle of San Diego’s crown jewel, Balboa Park. We started by sharing a baby iceberg wedge with Maytag blue cheese dressing and seared Kobe beef carpaccio. Our second course was grilled pork flat iron and an oven roasted boneless half chicken. Dessert was a steamed blackberry cake and a duo of Belgian chocolate. It’s a long time San Diego favorite and perfect for pre-theater dining at the Old Globe Theater. Call 1-619-557-9441 or go to for information. Avenue 5 Restaurant & Bar – Another outstanding $30 choice. I had a sneak preview of their prixe-fixe menu at this terrific bistro located in Bankers Hill. It features American cuisine with a French influence.

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That’s Joan Collins as a troubled movie queen in the frightening and funny “Fetish,” a 25-minute short, directed by Matthew Pellowski, written by and costarring Charles Casillo. (Mr. Casillo -author of a number of nifty books and the screenwriter and star of last year’s indie “Let Me Die Quietly” -- plays a TV talk show host, who evinces an ominous interest in Collins. He is unctuous and bone chilling.) The little movie was screened earlier this week at the New Stages Theater on West 49th Street. It attracted quite a crowd of Casillo, Pellowski and, of course, Joan Collins fans. This effort has already won Joan a best actress nomination at the New York City International Film Festival. The event happens tonight, but Joan is in Europe and cannot attend. She did, however, tape an acceptance speech,



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Dexter, and those great big shoulder pads.) Casillo’s witty script also provides Joan with one emotional scene that certainly echoes her frustrations -“Can’t they see? Can’t they see? I am a real actress!” Matt Pellowski, who is only 31 years old, admits he was intimidated by the prospect of working with Joan, but wisely didn’t show it. He says, “She was totally on board, invested in the work, willing to take chances, was not concerned about her looks, and open to ideas. To say I was pleased and more than a little surprised would be an understatement.” Joan even gamely filmed a scene on a freezing cold balcony, with some dangerous wiring strewn about, without complaint. (And our Joanie hates to be cold or wet or have physical confrontations. Her aversions were an ordeal for her during her TV reign, which always featured her being thrown into pools or mud pits, and battling it out with the Amazonian Linda Evans.) MR. PELLOWSKI and Mr. Casillo want to work with Joan again. “She’s the ultimate trooper,” says Charles, “and now I know, the ultimate actress.” Don’t miss it. MEG RYAN has been trying to sell her Beverly Hills home for two years; she’d rather spend her time in Martha’s Vineyard. There have been no takers. Not at $19.5 million. Not at $14.2 million. (The house has six bedrooms, seven baths and a pool.)




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‘Dragon Tattoo’

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There is a lot riding on the shoulders of Rooney Mara, the 25-year-old American thesp who won the title role in Columbia Pictures’ “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” It’s a big commitment: The casting covers a trio of high-profile pictures. In addition, readers of the three books -- published in 44 countries and selling more than 40 million copies worldwide to date -- have a clear picture of the iconic savant hacker Lisbeth Salander. Sony won’t comment on the budget for the pics, but it appears that the studio, director David Fincher and producer Scott Rudin aren’t thinking cheap. According to insiders, scribe Steve Zaillian’s deal for the second pic is said to be recordbreaking. After a long search, Columbia wasn’t convinced Mara was perfect casting, but Fincher prevailed in a debate that was waged through this weekend. Fincher, who directed her in the studio’s upcoming “The Social Network,” convinced the top execs. (Mara also appeared in this year’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street.”) Another hurdle for the studio is the success of the trio of Swedish-language

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as much as possible to the imagination. “No matter what men may think, they don’t actually want to see a performer just come out and take off her clothes. There’s got to be communication, there’s got to be contact. In my act, although I eventually do get down to the legal minimum, I actually put on more clothes than I take off. There’s some psychology in this. A performer who can communicate a feeling of modesty is sexier than one who just strips. “And then there’s the dishonesty. For example, my measurements are 40-22-34, and nobody’s ever accused me of exaggerating. But I was playing a theater in Florida, and they had a big banner in front of the theater advertising 48-22-36. Good Lord, can you imagine? I exercise and diet to stay in shape, and then some idiot theater manager comes along and gives me eight extra inches.” What she plans to do, she said, is keep working while the pay is good, and then retire. She was married again in 1959, to singer Herb Jeffries, and they have a 5-year-old daughter. “Herb and I think maybe we’ll settle in Honolulu. We both work about six months a year, and travel with each other a good deal so that we’re never apart more than a few weeks. We plan to settle down and lead a quiet sort of life. And basically, I guess, I’m happy

with the way things turned out. I went into burlesque, which I never planned on, but at least I did make it to the top. “Not bad for a ninth-grade dropout, right?” She smiled. “That’s what I can’t understand about teenagers today. I worked from the time I was 13; I paid my own way. Now you see these kids, they’re lazy, they won’t work. I can’t act that way. All my life, I’ve worked like crazy, maybe because I remember where I started from. And I did make it. I made it out of Georgia and I did become a star, although maybe not exactly the way I expected. The customers may not come to see me act, but they’re there.” So what do the customers come for? “I guess just to see a sex symbol,” Tempest said. “Most people figure strippers are dumb broads; all they have is a body. Ever since I’ve started, that’s the kind of attitude people have had toward me. “That’s why Marilyn Monroe invented the dumb blond - to sort of satirize what everybody thought about her anyway. Then, when she played the dumb blond, everybody could see she was really intelligent. It was funny. That’s how she overcame the sex symbol thing.” How have you overcome it? Tempest put her tongue in her cheek. “I haven’t tried yet,” she said.

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