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Woman who Makes Hillary Cry-Jimmy Carter Campaign Photog
Seacoast NH ^ | 1/7/2007 | Soliton

Posted on 01/07/2008 3:44:27 PM PST by Soliton

For our fifth Photo Gallery we proudly present a previously unpublished collection of scenes by Marianne Pernold-Young of Portsmouth. Born in Vienna, Marianne came to the USA at the age of ten. She began her professional photo career in 1972 as a Washington, DC freelancer and chronicled the campaign of President Jimmy Carter.

(Excerpt) Read more at seacoastnh.com ...


TOPICS: Your Opinion/Questions
KEYWORDS: crying; hillary; plant

1 posted on 01/07/2008 3:44:28 PM PST by Soliton
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To: Soliton

She is connected..


2 posted on 01/07/2008 3:46:47 PM PST by Dog
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To: Soliton

Did she supply the plate of onions, too? ;)


3 posted on 01/07/2008 3:49:06 PM PST by MizSterious (Deport all the illegals to sanctuary cities.)
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To: Soliton

I always wondered where those annoying desktop images came from in Windows. Mystery solved.


4 posted on 01/07/2008 3:50:23 PM PST by keat (You know who I feel bad for? Arab-Americans who truly want to get into crop-dusting.)
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To: Soliton

5 posted on 01/07/2008 3:50:39 PM PST by Jet Jaguar (Who would the terrorists vote for?)
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To: MizSterious

She was ssitting on broken glass.


7 posted on 01/07/2008 3:51:40 PM PST by Soliton
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To: digger48
"One of Hillary’s posse?"

You misspelled pu... oh, nevermind.
8 posted on 01/07/2008 3:52:00 PM PST by RightOnTheLeftCoast ([Fred Thompson/Clarence Thomas 2008!])
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To: digger48
Looks like a dyke, too.

Husband: E. Gordon Brown

9 posted on 01/07/2008 3:53:12 PM PST by Soliton
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To: Soliton
This blogger is on it..

http://theendzone.blogspot.com/

The last question of the Q&A breakfast session came from Maryann Pernold, a 64-year-old undecided Democrat. Pernold said that as a woman “I know it’s hard to get out of the house and get ready,” she said. “Who does your hair?”

[...] (See video of Clinton’s response.)

The group of 15 women sitting around a table at the Cafe Espresso nodded approvingly.

[...] Clearly exhausted, Clinton ... went on to say “As tired as I am, and I am, and as difficult as it is to try to keep up what I try to do on the road,” she said in an unusually vulnerable moment. “I just believe so strongly in who we are as a nation so I’m going to do everything I can to make my case and leave it to the voters to decide.”

[...] Pernold ... was satisfied with the answer. “She really loves us and wants us to succeed in the world,” she said. “I think she’s real now, there’s a person there.”

Hits all the major points....in front a a group of women(tanked amongst them in Iowa) she then tries to humanize Hillary.....she is one of them.

Then the tears.

10 posted on 01/07/2008 3:54:20 PM PST by Dog
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To: Soliton

I wonder how many hours Team Clinton put into scripting and practicing this little scene.

They should have used an ole Liz Taylor technique -— Liz said in an interview that, when she had a crying scene, momentarily, off camera, she would take pealed onion, stick it close to her face, and inhale. It produced the tears she needed for the scene.


11 posted on 01/07/2008 3:55:43 PM PST by TomGuy
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To: digger48
Looks like a dyke, too.

Now that was a helpful comment.

12 posted on 01/07/2008 3:55:52 PM PST by technomage (Radical Islam gives me the urge to go to the bathroom and drop a big mohammed!)
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To: TomGuy

Remeber, Hitlery got all hard and b*tchy in the debate, so they had to have a soft moment before the vote.


13 posted on 01/07/2008 3:58:04 PM PST by Soliton
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To: Soliton

the prime minister?


14 posted on 01/07/2008 3:58:12 PM PST by digger48
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To: MizSterious

Hillary just thought of the time when Huma broke her heart.


15 posted on 01/07/2008 3:59:03 PM PST by MeanWestTexan (Kol Hakavod Fred Thompson)
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To: Dog

Are you saying the “crying” came in response to “Who does your hair?” ROFLMAO!!!!!


16 posted on 01/07/2008 3:59:07 PM PST by San Jacinto (Three dangers to guard against: Osama, Obama, and Chelsea's Momma!!!)
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To: Soliton

I could not escape those revolting pictures of her whining and tearing up so I turned the TV off for a time. The MSM is really going all out to project the Beast as a real, honest-to-goodness Human Being. Pathetic.


17 posted on 01/07/2008 3:59:46 PM PST by TCats
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To: digger48

Business guy in NH. They sponsor Telluride by the Sea film festival. Democrat activist up to their eyeballs.


18 posted on 01/07/2008 4:00:11 PM PST by Soliton
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To: San Jacinto

Yes it would seem.


19 posted on 01/07/2008 4:00:15 PM PST by Dog
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To: Dog

Pernold is a dumb bag of rocks for saying that!


20 posted on 01/07/2008 4:00:17 PM PST by Ann Archy (Abortion.....The Human Sacrifice to the god of Convenience.)
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To: TCats

I don’t watch TV news. Can I assume that ABCNBCCBSCNNMSNBC and now FOX are all over it? Seems it’s all over the net.


21 posted on 01/07/2008 4:02:29 PM PST by digger48
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To: Soliton

http://theendzone.blogspot.com/
Monday, January 07, 2008
Hillary head fakes towards tears

Like Tony Romo seducing a Safety to move left. Only, not to Romo’s level of excellence. More like ... Donovan McNabb. Yes. Exactly so. In many respects.

The Anchoress, a long-time Hillary-watcher, predicted this occurrence on Wed, Jan 2:

What I dread most in this political season is the “genuine” moment - and it is coming, soon, sometime between today and tomorrow, or tomorrow and New Hampshire - when Mrs. Clinton, in her ongoing effort to turn herself into whatever the polls says she must be, cries in public. It’s going to be genuinely ghastly.
WSJ blog:
Speaking to an intimate group of undecided voters this morning at a cafe in Portsmouth, Hillary Clinton showed a rare emotional side.

The last question of the Q&A breakfast session came from Maryann Pernold, a 64-year-old undecided Democrat. Pernold said that as a woman “I know it’s hard to get out of the house and get ready,” she said. “Who does your hair?”
[...]
(See video of Clinton’s response.)

The group of 15 women sitting around a table at the Cafe Espresso nodded approvingly.
[...]
Clearly exhausted, Clinton ... went on to say “As tired as I am, and I am, and as difficult as it is to try to keep up what I try to do on the road,” she said in an unusually vulnerable moment. “I just believe so strongly in who we are as a nation so I’m going to do everything I can to make my case and leave it to the voters to decide.”
[...]
Pernold ... was satisfied with the answer. “She really loves us and wants us to succeed in the world,” she said. “I think she’s real now, there’s a person there.”

Allison Hampton, a retired teacher who was leaning toward voting for Barack Obama, says she’ll now go with Clinton. “When she broke up at the end, that came from the heart,” Hampton said. “She’s genuine and extremely intelligent.”
You may see sincerity. I see a total set-up and a professionally rehearsed acting job.

15 women in a cafe is a perfect, intimate opportunity to show emotion. If you cry in front of a big crowd, you are out of the race.

“Maryann Pernold,” who is actually Marianne Pernold-Young, freelance photographer, was a set up. Her question was a set up. This post-event quote happens to be the Hillary campaign’s exact message of the day: “I think she’s real now, there’s a person there.” Coincidence, I’m sure. Marianne says she is “an undecided Democrat.” Heh. Snuffle. Hahahahahahahaha.

An aside: Tammy Bruce, in her blog
Personally, I think we should vote for a person who’s been, uh, real and a person for a while, not just since Friday.
I suspect Clinton’s head fake was well coached by a media professional - possibly even by a professional actress or acting coach. Clinton showed just enough emotion in her face, yet did not lose composure in any manner which would make her appear weak. A professional display.

“Clearly exhausted”?! I am laughing my head off. “Clearly exhausted” was a set-up, going all the way back to Bill Clinton, on Friday, talking about how little sleep his “girls” were getting.

Allison Hampton was a set-up. A retired teacher?!(teacher’s union - check) Who was leaning towards Barack Obama?! Hahahahahahahhaaha! Oh man, I am crying. “When she broke up at the end, that came from the heart,” Hampton said. “She’s genuine and extremely intelligent.” OF COURSE Hampton’s being on scene with that quote was a pure coincidence.

That’s entertainment.

Captains Quarters, alluding to the lead in question “Who does your hair?”, gets off the line of the day: “There’s no crying in softball.”

Famous video of Bill Clinton at the Ron Brown funeral. He is coming from the side of the church, and is happily conversing with motivational speaker Tony Campolo (Campolo later became Bill’s spiritual counselor during the Lewinski scandal). Bill sees the cameras, then instantly becomes sad, going so far as to wipe tears from both eyes. Bill could’ve never, ever survived in an age of You Tube. Evidence of human progress, imo.

Final note: the internet was made for researching things. If Marianne Pernold-Young turns out to have a background as a Dem activist; or, worse, if she has supported, or had connections to, the Hillary campaign: it could wreck Ms. Clinton’s candidacy. The naked hypocrisy could end her. More than ever, campaigns must be extremely careful about who they plant inside their stunts.

Ms. Pernold-Young’s website says she was “Jimmy Carter’s campaign photographer”, and does “Commissioned portraits of politicians”, and has the far left American Enterprise Institute as one of her clients. Looks like enough to raise eyebrows, but not enough to kill Hillary as a candidate. link


22 posted on 01/07/2008 4:02:41 PM PST by COUNTrecount
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To: San Jacinto
ANYBODY!!!

Is there a tape of the whole thing?

We need to confirm if the Who does your hair question is what lead to the tears.

23 posted on 01/07/2008 4:02:52 PM PST by Dog
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To: Soliton
Democrat activist up to their eyeballs.

Oh....and undecided voter.

24 posted on 01/07/2008 4:03:26 PM PST by digger48
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To: RightOnTheLeftCoast
"One of Hillary’s posse?"
You misspelled pu... oh, nevermind.

ROFLMAO!!!!! Clever FReeper!

25 posted on 01/07/2008 4:09:13 PM PST by radiohead ("Dissolution of the IRS as we know it." Fred Thompson. Stop...You had me at "dissolution.")
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To: technomage

I am glad the moderator removed it.


26 posted on 01/07/2008 4:13:52 PM PST by edcoil (Reality doesn't say much - doesn't need too)
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To: digger48

You assume correctly. Even on the CNBC Business program I’m watching right now. A complete charade that the MSM eats up. Hell, it pushed Britney Spears off the air!


27 posted on 01/07/2008 4:18:32 PM PST by TCats
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To: Soliton

I’m shocked, there is gambling in this casino.....


28 posted on 01/07/2008 4:18:35 PM PST by FlyVet
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To: Dog

I watched the video on ABC; they edited out the “who does your hair?” part. Perhaps someone got it to youtube before the edit.


29 posted on 01/07/2008 4:23:20 PM PST by skr (How majestic is Thy Name, O Lord, and how mighty are Thy Works!)
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To: Soliton

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Portsmouth Businesswomen: ‘15 Minutes of Frame’
New Hampshire Union Leader (Manchester, NH) - September 4, 2000
Author: JODY RECORD Union Leader Correspondent
PORTSMOUTH — Photographer Marianne Pernold Young has spent more than 20 years crafting her career path.

That might be why it took so little time to capture the essence and vitality of the Portsmouth businesswomen who are the subject of her upcoming photo exhibit, “ Marianne ‘s 15 Minutes of Frame.”

She understood her focus well.

The former secretary and restaurant owner has come up through the years, she says, “by the seat of my pants,” learning her trade as a freelance photojournalist on the streets of Washington D.C.

In the 1970s, while covering the political scene, Pernold Young ‘s subjects included Sens. George McGovern and Ted Kennedy. A favor for a friend hosting a reception for Jimmy Carter landed her a job as Carter’s campaign photographer.

“It was a really wonderful go,” Pernold Young said recently during an interview at her Portsmouth home. “I’d go out on one assignment and come back with three. It was very thrilling.”

In 1979, the self-taught photographer moved to New Hampshire, became a mom and opened a restaurant. For the next several years she helped run The Grill and True Blue Cafi (now Poco’s Cantina) on Bow Street, and worked for Business Digest, all the while keeping her hand in photography.

“I always had a darkroom; I did portraits. But it was a soft career,” Pernold Young said. “Now I am fortunate to be able to pursue the work I want.”

That good fortune led to her 1991 exhibit depicting family-owned and operated businesses in the area. At the time, it had been Pernold Young ‘s intention to revisit the project 10 years later.

But last winter, as she began discussing re-shooting the companies, conversations with friends led her in a different direction. Pernold Young did some investigating and found that 42 percent of the businesses in downtown Portsmouth were owned by women.

“I realized how much of this city is run by women,” Pernold Young said. “I started walking the streets downtown one day and found there were so many; I hadn’t clued into that before.”

As the project began to take shape, Pernold Young approached Connie Dove, executive director of the Women’s Business Center, for a spot to display the photos.

“She took one look at what I was doing and started shaking with excitement,” Pernold Young said.

The Women’s Business Center partnered with Pernold Young and helped her secure a grant from the Greater Piscataqua Community Foundation. Additional funding for the project was provided by Bow Street Software and Olde Port Bank.

“If you tell people the number of women in business here — if you just give them the numbers — their eyes glaze over,” Dove said. “ Marianne ‘s photographs capture the pride, the joy these women have. It brings the point home that they are making an impact — a big, big impact.”

The show honoring downtown business owners consists of 54 black-and-white, 16-by-20 inch prints. Each one presents the women with a colored prop particular to their company: a florist adorned with flowers, for example, or a restaurant owner cradling a large bowl of vegetables.

Pernold Young took a couple of instant photos to make sure the lighting was right and then spent just 15 minutes photographing each proprietor in their personal comfort zone in the workplace.

“These are busy women,” she said. “I didn’t want to take much of their time. I asked them, ‘What are your favorite things in here? Where do you like to be?’ and took it from there.”

Once the photographs were developed, Pernold Young used cotton swabs dabbed with paint to color the props. The effect is dramatic: the black and white images are enriched with vibrant shades of orange or pink or softened with hues of blue and yellow. It takes about a week to do one photograph because the coloring is done in layers that must dry in between.

Under each picture is a handwritten message from the woman who posed for it. Some talked of where they are going, others of where they’ve been. The exhibit is a reminder of the need to support the women in their endeavors, Dove said.

Robbin Levin, who owns Beadshine on State Street, agreed.

“This brings attention to how women are working really hard; it’s not just men,” Levin said. “Until Marianne did this project I didn’t realize how many of us there are.”

But Levin is concerned, she said, that rising rents will drive women — many of whom own small businesses — out of the city and, perhaps, out of business. Pernold Young shares here concern, saying the goal of her project was two-fold: to honor women’s success and to make a permanent record of their existence.

“Portsmouth is changing. Chain stores are coming in; rents are going up. Since I started this project eight months ago, five women have closed their doors or left the business,” Pernold Young said. “I decided I had better document these women before they could no longer afford to be here.”

” Marianne ‘s 15 Minutes of Frame” can been seen at Harbour Health and Family Practice, 155 Griffin Road, Portsmouth, from Sept. 12 through Oct. 20.


30 posted on 01/07/2008 4:27:33 PM PST by maggief
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To: COUNTrecount
"has the far left American Enterprise Institute as one of her clients" You were just funning with us, no?
31 posted on 01/07/2008 4:31:34 PM PST by DrC
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To: COUNTrecount
Ms. Pernold-Young’s website says she was “Jimmy Carter’s campaign photographer”, and does “Commissioned portraits of politicians”, and has the far left American Enterprise Institute as one of her clients.

Say WHAT??

32 posted on 01/07/2008 4:33:49 PM PST by Erasmus (I've never been divorced, if you don't count my relationship with reality.)
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