It’s a late one for me. It’s almost 11:30pm and I am just getting started here. I have a few reasons for this. One, I did my Tuesday election-coverage story, just writing about the Chambliss-Martin runoff that will be happening on Tuesday. Two, I am at work, and as a consequence I do have work to do every once in a while. Work on the Job is an occasional occupational hazard where I am.
Finally I have done what I believe everyone else on earth has done. No not that, I’m talking about joining facebook. Under my real name no less. Guess they like to know who you really are. It’s nice, but it’s not all that big a deal. I don’t really know too many people on their, maybe that’s why I’m not really impressed. I did see an aunt there, and a cousin, and a few people I work with. That’s cool. It’s a nice toy, so far.
Two videos, a Few quotes, and I am done.
First Video is of Saxby Chambliss talking to Chris Wallace on Fox news Sunday. The statements he makes around the 1:50 mark of the video I think are a bit silly. Somehow this man is still of the opinion that P.E. Obama is going to raise taxes through the roof and take away peoples guns. Chambliss is a Jackass, he sounds a bit um… slow at times here. But that’s just My assessment. Watch it yourself and see.
The second Video is a video that I put in to a post a few months ago, and I just noticed that that post is perhaps my least viewed post. One of My Favorite songs, Judas Priest, Screaming for Vengeance:
That’s it for me. Later!
Today’s Nuggets, culled from old posts of mine that hardly ever get looked at: It is an object of vast magnitude that systems of education should be adopted and pursued which may not only diffuse a knowledge of the sciences but may implant in the minds of the American youth the principles of virtue and of liberty and inspire them with just and liberal ideas of government and with an inviolable attachment to their own country. Noah Webster
Five miles meandering with mazy motion, Through dale the sacred river ran, Then reached the caverns measureless to man, And sank the tumult to a lifeless ocean: And ‘mid this tumult Kubla heard from far Ancestral voices prophesying war! Samuel Taylor Coleridge