Thursday, July 28, 2005
Eli Sanders asks Luke Esser if he's gay, and Luke says "no." I'm not a journalist or nothing, and technically, I'm on a break, but I've decided to ask the person I've got some goods on if they're (see how I did that gender neutral thing, so you don't know if they decide to deny it) gay. I don't know what they'll say, or if I'll print the response, but what the hell right?
It's not worth taking half the day off work and passenger ferry fare to run a contested election for cemetery commission. So congrats to Arthur A. Lorentzen, who if nobody files tomorrow will be the next position 1 cemetery commissioner. But I see there's still a spot open for park commission. And who knows, maybe there'll be a groundswell of write in support. Also it's a bit creepy that they give out the home addresses of candidates. And I have an awful yardsign location anyway.
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
School district, fire commission, county stuff, and even cemetary district. Everything has to be done by Friday at 4. So chop chop.
Geebus, this is turning into, political and vaguely political stuff Carl does. But hang on, soon the usual political, vaguely political stuff Carl does, and random stories 95% of the country doesn't give a crap about and open threads will make a come back some day. Anyway, I'll be down drinking liberally tonight, and you should too.
Sunday, July 24, 2005
Rumors have it that future defeated candidate for Senator Mike McGavick has hired loser John Carlson as an advisor. I imagine that Ellen Craswell is next in line. And he tried to hire Mike the Mover, but Mike would never associate with such an obvious loser.
It may be a coincidence. Maybe she rides lines that aren't as likely to be hit. But it's interesting that I've seen more bomb sniffing dogs on the ferry from one remote place to another than Annie Mole on the Tube since the London bombings. Especially since my commute doesn't take me off island.