So last week I waxed eloquent upon the upcoming presidential election, which is increasingly becoming a toss-up, as in “I’m about to toss-up my breakfast.” If you missed last week and wish to avoid being totally lost, you may peruse it here. Said post, as designed, sparked a short conversation with my first-time-voting progenic offspring regarding the purported leading and distressingly fingernails-on-a-chalkboard candidates seeking the aforementioned public office.
“All I know,” said Thing 2, “is that one wants to build a wall and the other really wants to be president,” which honestly sums up their campaigns rather nicely for someone who doesn’t pay attention and frankly didn’t see the need to care until we went to see Cabaret wherein the characters do little more than eat and drink and have sex willy-nilly until they end up in concentration camps. I do love a rollicking, feel-good musical. Continue reading
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Since the big and somewhat embarrassing presidential debates over these past couple of weeks, I’ve been inundated with an email asking my impressions on this country’s current entertaining and yet entirely nauseating presidential race. It went something like this direct quote:
I’m torn. I don’t know who to vote for in this presidential election, and the debates aren’t helping. Your blog seems to have a lot of words. What do you say?
Well firstly, let me say thank you for seeking out such wise counsel in such a time as this. You obviously have no friends or family and nothing better to do and I am resultantly humbled. My answer to you is thus:
You have a very funny name. Are you related to Rip? Continue reading
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