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Folks herehave a human quality that transcends clothing, hairstyles, bodyart, etc. It's important to look beyond appearance.Being judgmental makes things complicated as a sports fan.Character is among my favorite qualities.There was a time I admired Mark McGwire. Then I spent a few hoursaround him and found out what he was poking himself with in hisspare time. Now I hope he'll never reach the Baseball Hall ofThis week has been weird as I try to embrace my favorite golftournament. I find myself strangely put off by the coddling ofTiger Woods. 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One of the most depressing moments in my creative career. But hey, we made up for it with a great suggestion from a friend on Halloween night, we went to Downtown Disney and took hundreds of photos with children and families and we were smiling all night. It felt really awesome for him to be recognized as Oogie Boogie and it was funny because everyone thought that we worked there and we were supposed to be taking pics. (The half circle crowd with flashes from cameras, multiple familes in the same photos by incident and even some children crying at the sight of him.) I was dressed as elegant Shock (Boogie's Kids). We tried to get a portrait drawn of us, but the guy had to call his manager because of the mask. We overheard him in the background "NO, it's LEGIT". hahah. It was a no go. :( 646701 300 Kobe 9 EM,The balance of power on the Cape Coral City Council wobbled but didn't fall Tuesday when three incumbents failed to grab the most votes in their district races. Incumbents Bill Deile and Pete Brandt, who are considered allies on the council, trailed the winners by large margins, as did Derrick Donnell, but all advanced to the Nov. 8 general election. Tuesday's turnout was 11 percent, which was a slight improvement over the 9 percent who voted in the 2009 primary. The 2009 general election drew 18 percent of voters. "The people always win. It's not over until it's over," said Mayor John Sullivan, who endorsed Brandt and Deile and relies on their help to accomplish his campaign goals of controlling taxes and the size of the city's government. That the incumbents had poor showings could be a sign residents want more. Brandt lost to John Carioscia in District 2, Leonard Nesta Jr. topped Deile in District 3 and Dave Stokes cruised past Donnell in District 7. The most competitive of the races was District 5 where Rana Erbrick, seeking to become the first woman on the council in two years, and attorney Scott Morris advanced. The lineup pits candidates backed by the city's police and fire unions against Deile, Brandt and Donnell, who will have to make a decision Sept. 22 on the 2012 budget. That vote could involve an 8 percent pay cut for police and firefighters or the loss of jobs for 11 police officers and 21 firefighters, and a decision to park three rescue vehicles in order to balance the budget. "I think the city police and fire need to work together to basically get this right," Stokes said. "It's a shared sacrifice." He expects a collaborative effort and the issue to be resolved before he gets into office. "I've always advocated wage reductions instead of layoffs," Deile said. Deile and Brandt often voted with Sullivan and Councilmen Erick Kuehn and Chris Chulakis Leetz. Kuehn's seat also was up for election, but he chose not to run in District 5. The group became known as the Fab 5 because of their consistent voting, the similar political philosophies and their common goals to reduce government spending and to change how the city government works. Keeping the Fab 5 intact, minus Kuehn, will help sustain the gains made so far, Deile said. They will be in a position to reduce the size of government, cut expenses and protect the city's credit rating. In a video released Monday, King said the city saved $12 million in the past year through management changes and improving how things are done. But changing the guard likely means the suspended utilities expansion program will be restarted, a strong focus will continue on economic development and there will be an emerging emphasis on more civil behavior among council members and between city officials and the public. Allow the city manager to fire assistant city managers and department heads at will and pay them no more than four months of salary.
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