Important Announcement

Jim Cassie of Capitol Strategies Group, says he will start a one-week “internship” at Tuli Bistro in Midtown (Sacramento) starting Monday, September 13.  

“Lobbying has been a great job, but there are other things I want to do with my life.  And I’ve always been interested in the cooking part of the restaurant business.”

Cassie will work through September 17 in a mix of lunch and dinner shifts.

 “Barry Broad writes books, Bob Giroux raises Shetland ponies and I’m interesting in food preparation.”

Tuli Bistro is located at 21st and S streets.

(Editor’s Note: No doubt Mr. Cassie will be just as  “interesting” in food preparation as he is in so many other ventures but management’s consensus is that, secretly, he means to say he is “interested” in food preparation. In deference to his lobbying firm’s long-time support of California’s Capitol, we run this item despite his failure to mention our chief correspondent’s award-winning stable of pygmy fainting goats.)


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  1. I cannot imagine Cassie staying in the kitchen. A restaurant provides a way too inviting audience for Jim’s quips.

    Comment by Let It Bleed — 9.11.2009 @ 10:24 am

  2. I am duly impressed with the chief correspondent’s ability to raise and nurture goats with the hereditary genetic disorder called myotonia congenita. My heart is joyed knowing that you have multiple goats as these are heard animals and having just one would be cruel. It is startling to see them stiffen their little legs and fall over and how with age the older one learn to adapt to this disability b y leaning against a fence or just spreading their legs.

    Comment by Management Slug — 9.11.2009 @ 12:05 pm

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