Thursday, April 24, 2008

Don't you know who I am?!?

Sorry for skipping yesterday...I was otherwise occupied. Turned into a really busy day with some personal stuff and some work stuff kind of popping up at the last second. But that all seems to be behind me, and today is looking much more wide open:-)

I am hoping to make time for a long lunch, because I wanna go sit outside somewhere and it is GORGEOUS out. If this is global warming, then bring it on, because this is about as nice a month as I ever remember.

I guess I owe you a recap on Hill's big win in Pennsylvania the other night (that seems to have made Brandy quite melancholy). Mostly, this means that we probably have another month or so of this at least. It is like the groundhog...he saw his shadow (or, since he lives in PA, he voted for Hill) and now we get six more weeks of winter/primaries.

Honestly, I think the shine is coming off of Obama. He seems to have run off the rails a little bit here, and he needs to get back on track. He should win North Carolina, and Indiana should be close...we will see if something unusual happens. He is still in good position to win the nomination, but if she gets closer, she could make a pretty compelling argument that she has won most of the states that will matter in November (in fact, you could say that Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Florida are the four biggest states that could go to either party. She won them all, although two of them were uncontested.)

Quick story that is something of a local interest. This little nugget about a general manager of a TV station in Boston. She got all boozed up, threatened some state troopers and got arrested at the airport. Once again, it proves the point...if you have to ask "Do you know who I am?", you are not going to like the answer.

As I see it, there are only two possible answers to that question, and neither is good. 1) "No, I don't know who you are, and therefore you are not nearly as important as you would like to believe." And 2) "Yes, I know exactly who you are, and it doesn't matter." I am not sure which is worse...

2 comments:

Trish Ryan said...

I love that: If you have to ask, "Do you know who I am? " you're not going to like the answer.

So true. So funny :)

Rachel said...

How funny! You are so right though, if you have to ask that question, you are probably just better off staying quiet.