© Keeley 1983 - Cathy
She had two different colored eyes and was the first girl to break my heart.
I was driven to my knees in an uncontrolable pain in my stomach.
She said she wanted to date other guys too.
I was shattered , I was in tatters.
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SPIEGEL ONLINE - November 17, 2005, 12:20 PM
New Disclosure Could Prolong Inquiry on Leak
Bob Woodward has set off a frantic new round of guessing about who that source might be and a wave of public denials.
This article was reported by Todd S. Purdum, David Johnston and Douglas Jehl and written by Mr. Purdum.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16 - The disclosure that a current or former Bush administration official told Bob Woodward of The Washington Post more than two years ago that the wife of a prominent administration critic worked for the C.I.A. threatened Wednesday to prolong a politically damaging leak investigation that the White House had hoped would soon be contained.
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A third conversation was conducted by phone with Mr. Libby on June 23, 2003. Mr. Woodward told him that he was sending 18 pages of questions intended for Mr. Cheney, including one that referred to "yellowcake," the uranium ore at the center of Mr. Wilson's fact-finding trip to Africa. "I testified that I have no recollection that Wilson or his wife was discussed, and I have no notes of the conversation."
In the telephone interview, Mr. Woodward said that his goal had been "the protection of a confidential source, and aggressive reporting, and they do go hand in hand."
Richard W. Stevenson, Eric Lichtblau and Anne E. Kornblut contributed reporting for this article.</font>
Heller: Would you say he was happy being an illustrator?
Chusid: Flora was married to an artist, Jane Sinnicksen, whom he considered a superior fine artist. The indications are that he decided to go in the opposite direction—lowbrow, and thus his style of fractured caricature evolved. But he wasn't a "starving artist." He made a good living as a commercial illustrator, raised five children, and paid his mortgage. He traveled, and exuded joie de vivre. What this collection reveals is what he did when he wasn't being paid to help hawk merchandise or entertain tots. It's as if he was exorcising his demons. Instead of being a serial killer, he painted and sketched. I suspect he often stepped back from the canvas, examined his work, and gave a sinister chuckle.