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Username: vabreeze
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Created: Wed Apr 29, 2009 at 22:54:09 PM EDT
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UVa's Casteen to join Altria

by: vabreeze

Tue Feb 23, 2010 at 10:56:55 AM EST

Short diary-but couldn't let this pass.

So is the President of UVa such a sell-out that he can't even wait to finish his time before joining the Board of Directors of a tobacco company?

As President, doesn't he oversee UVa Medical School and Hospitals?

I guess he can help Altria get those college kids smoking again.

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Creigh Deeds on the Radio

by: vabreeze

Thu Oct 22, 2009 at 13:44:19 PM EDT

( - promoted by KathyinBlacksburg)

Today, Creigh Deeds did a great job on a radio show in Hampton Roads. It is worth listening if only to hear him qualify his comments on the public option.

I thought he came off well- sounds like a real person :) -
(not a robot-candidate like Bob)

Here is the link and then click on the "On Demand" button for a replay of today's show.

If you do take the time to listen, please post your thoughts.

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