wiki celebrex

fotos from advanced acting 9/20/15 with DONISE HARDY !! Advanced Acting

By , 21 September, 2015, No Comment

Volunteered to go first round three – created character survival skills instructor as critique for the investment company – the character was really upset with the bankers, im ok with them tho


Round two – wife tricks hubby into purchasing a truck and thinks it’s his truck but really hers – my fav lines of the three ads, lots of them to say really fast and Donise gave awesome feedback on the stage whisper


Round 1 – created character financial aid advisor for these things we are selling and volunteered to go first


Coolest hang out in the world with Donise Hardy when attend her classes such an awesome teacher


gearing up for round 2


they had me change up my hair for the second take, learning hair skills


freaking out, right before round 1, was there an hour and half before call time, dang right volunteered to go first, this is a rhetorical hit and im ready


we are alums from first class and sat together for this one, both teachers =)


my acting teaching learning homie


doing profiles

IMG_5906_01 IMG_5905_01 IMG_5885_01 IMG_5869_01 IMG_5922 IMG_5919 IMG_5917 IMG_5901 IMG_5900 IMG_5888 IMG_5881 IMG_5872 IMG_5868 IMG_5867 IMG_5862 IMG_5857

Daniel Scales on notice digitally been served divorce walking papers

By , 12 September, 2015, No Comment

12011201_10153619762044855_3986868942966522153_n-1 11998923_10153619762049855_8097199154108963840_n

first class being schooled by Donise Hardy in August

By , 12 September, 2015, No Comment


arrived an hour early b4 call time ready to rock!!!

civil diso about that stupid back in parking

By , 10 September, 2015, No Comment

who cares give me a ticket, this is stupid

IMG_5645 IMG_5644 IMG_5642

Cape’s Camp Tour

By , 1 September, 2015, No Comment

11986937_10153591412064855_3691065748571845375_ncrazy day, had to take a politics break to ground me, here is a photo bim of the Capes Camp tour of all the VIP’s regarding the dam, which I warn now of possible impale, they better fix that asap some student hurtself

1/2 civil disobedience 1/2 the scene of oban one “these are not the driods you are looking can go about your business..move along” to worm my way in with that MVP group  for the “tour” all i was lookin for was an artifact – not one found

and yes i sassily respectfully kept bring up the non existent shovel test



ACT foto op w/candidate Melissa Derrick

By , 1 September, 2015, No Comment

Love our neighborhood commission. I’m sector 1 rep.




The Woods apartment complex denied

By , 24 August, 2015, No Comment

The Woods apartment complex denied certificate of occupancy, delaying move-in date for students

University Star Staff
The Woods of San Marcos Complex’s original move in date was delayed due to being denied the certificate of occupancy. Management then expected the new move in date to be sometime during the week of Aug 17.

Several students were forced to prolong moving into The Woods of San Marcos apartment complex after the city denied their certificate of occupancy Aug. 14.

The Woods was denied their certificate of occupancy due to “unforeseen issues in the outer areas of the property,” according to complex’s website. Management was notified the day before the planned move-in date, leaving many students without an apartment, according to The Woods’ website.

Several concerned citizens and activists were pleased the city denied the certificate to ensure the complex is safe for those living in the complex and in adjacent neighborhoods, such as the Blanco Gardens homes. Many residents believe the incomplete drainage system in The Woods complex was responsible for additional flooding in the Blanco Gardens neighborhood during the Memorial Day weekend floods.

Melissa Derrick, concerned citizen and Place 6 city council candidate, has persistently voiced her hesitation toward the project since the development worked its way up to the city council agenda back in 2012. She believes a proper drainage system is the “highest priority” regarding the Cape’s Camp development.

“We don’t ever want to put our students into harm’s way just to get them moved in on the date the apartment complex promised them,” Derrick said. “The apartment complex, I believe, knew that they weren’t ready.”

According to The Woods’ website, management was “confident” the complex was ready for move-in despite lacking some of the amenities. Management declined to make any comments in addition to the updates on their website.


“It’s unfortunate that so many students are now homeless and an entire neighborhood has been devastated,” said Lisa Marie Coppoletta, San Marcos resident and concerned citizen. “Sixty years of personal memories were flooded out because of irresponsible members on the (council).”

Coppoletta said although many students are currently without a home, she was pleased to see people speak out against the Cape’s Camp project when it was originally brought forth to councilmembers.

“All the hotels in town are full with people from Blanco Gardens,” Coppoletta said. “Now you have students from Cape’s Camp and the apartments by N. LBJ, who are looking for hotels.”

Coppoletta’s comment was a tip of the hat to those students who signed a lease with Eight17 Lofts off N. LBJ Drive.

Eight17’s completion date has changed four times since February of last year due to permit complications. The apartment’s management company, Innovative Student Housing, stopped sending compensation checks on Dec. 12, 2014 despite promises made in leasing contract addendums signed in Sept. 2014.

Students were promised a delayed move-in date in late spring of last year, yet Eight17 Lofts still stands unoccupied and unfinished.

Management at The Woods will compensate students $125 per day for the inconvenience the delayed move-in day has caused students, according to The Woods’ website. In addition, management is prorating the rent for the days students have not been able to move in, according to The Woods’ website.

“You’ve got students and families all homeless because of the [council’s] lust for the development,” Coppoletta said.

The council voted 5-2 in favor of the Cape’s Camp development back in January 2013.

Mayor Daniel Guerrero and council members Kim Porterfield, Place 1, Wayne Becak, Place 4, Ryan Thomason, Place 5, and Shane Scott, Place 6, voted to approve the rezoning. Council members Jude Prather, Place 2, and John Thomaides, Place 3, voted against the apartments.

The council is currently working on a study to determine whether the incomplete drainage system was the cause of additional flooding to the Blanco Garden homes and adjacent neighborhoods.

“What I think every member of the neighborhood wants to know is did this development exacerbate a flood, did it make the water higher, did it make it go backwards?” said Councilman John Thomaides, Place 3, in a June 16 council meeting. “Did it make it go into places it had never gone before?”

Officials at the complex have deferred all questions to their website. Updates will be posted on the website as they are made available, according to an employee at the complex.

Follow Alexa Tavarex on Twitter at @lexicanaa and Anna Herod at @annaleemurphy.



All Hays County Judges Refuse to Sign Over Rides for 72 Hour Wait Period

By , 29 June, 2015, No Comment

I personally witnessed the county advise that there was a ban on the 72 hour over ride for marriages. Then, I followed up phone call. It was confirmed. Then, was patched thru to the Hays County contact for the press. Below is the correspondence. More than one trip back to the county office was made based on information provided to citizens via the county regarding the 72 hour over ride. This 72 hour over ride policy  was a moving target today. To that effect, were these residents’ Civil Rights were violated?

RE: Marriage License Waivers

Monday, June 29, 2015 4:07 PM
“Laureen Chernow” <>
“Lisa Marie Coppoletta” <>

And as I’ve stated before, that’s an unknown. That is not something we track statistically and I have no idea which judges do or don’t routinely or even ever sign waivers. It is DISCRETIONARY by each judge.

Laureen Chernow

Communications Specialist

From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta [] 
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2015 4:04 PM
To: Laureen Chernow
Subject: Re: Marriage License Waivers

please help me understand how all of the judges are using their discretion on the same exact day has this ever happened in the history of Hays County that all judges are using their discretion not to approve override this

Sent from my iPhone

On Jun 29, 2015, at 4:02 PM, Laureen Chernow <> wrote:

Lisa, I’m not following – my answer is below.

Laureen Chernow

Communications Specialist

From: Lisa Marie Coppoletta [
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2015 3:57 PM
To: Laureen Chernow
Subject: Re: Marriage License Waivers

I was instructed that all judges are refusing to sign the waiver is this correct or not has this ever happened before

Sent from my iPhone

On Jun 29, 2015, at 3:18 PM, Laureen Chernow <> wrote:


Texas Family Code 2.204 allows a County Court at Law Judge or District Judge in Texas to sign a waiver for the 72-hour wait time on a marriage license “for good cause,” but it is entirely discretionary. I have no idea which judges are or aren’t doing waivers for any marriage licenses in Hays County or which ones typically do – you would have to ask each CCL and Dist Judge office how they handle requests in their offices. Also, JPs are not part of that – they can’t do it.

Laureen Chernow

Communications Specialist


Everything you need to know why #floathome flooded Blanco Gardens

By , 6 June, 2015, No Comment






KUT broadcast interview with Blanco Gardens residents

Interviews with Blanco Gardens residents


San Marcos News Live video is snipped in this international news report =)




San Marcos Daily Record, June 03 – screen capture below

Screen shot 2015-06-06 at 4.47.27 PM















San Marcos Daily Record, June 04 articles – screen captures below

Screen shot 2015-06-04 at 1.18.23 PM
Screen shot 2015-06-04 at 1.18.41 PM

Screen shot 2015-06-04 at 1.18.34 PM

Screen shot 2015-06-04 at 1.19.04 PM

Screen shot 2015-06-04 at 1.19.00 PM









Preservation of Native American Human Remains and Cultural Artifacts Issues with Greenspaces

Code SMTX Cape’s Camp Discussion Part 2

Code SMTX Cape’s Camp Discussion Part 1

Cape’s Camp “Pep Rally” and City Council Meeting

Development site may contain ancient burial ground artifacts | The …

San Marcos council okays Cape’s Camp park, apartments | San …

Raising concerns about Code SMTX | San Marcos Record

Cape’s Camp zoning recall threat targets two on council – TMCnet

Planned development on riverfront riles some San Marcos residents …

Cape’s Camp apartments gain final approval from City Council …

City Council approves zone change | The University Star

SMTX Code Rodeo – Neighborhood Character Study Meeting

By , 20 May, 2015, No Comment