Happy New Year!Posted: February 7, 2008 Filed under: All's Well That Ends Well Leave a comment
No, I’m not a month late for the New Year. Today is the lunar new year! (I think more Americans know it as Chinese New Year) It is once again the year of the rat. I was born in the year of the rat, so I have always had a special affinity for this year. This isn’t just any rat year though, this is the year of the Earth Rat, so I’m sure there are some sort of special connotations that come along with that.
MentalPosted: February 7, 2008 Filed under: Of Mice and Men 1 Comment
For the past few days, as I sit reading in our apartment, I’ve been thinking that I hear 80s guitar music playing nearby. I was afraid to ask the Romgi if he heard it to because I had a sneaking suspicion that it was all in my head.
Actually, it was just the hum of the heater.
Imaginative, though, aren’t I?
And the Winner is…?Posted: February 7, 2008 Filed under: Importance of Being Earnest Leave a comment
In honor of “Super Tuesday,” one of my professors held a sort of “what if..” election. He paired candidates form each party, and then asked the class who would we vote for. The results were interesting.
First in the lineup was Obama against McCain. He asked the class who would vote for Obama, and almost the entire class raised their hands. McCain, received absolutely no votes.
Next up was Hillary against Romney. He first asked who would vote for Hillary, and nobody raised their hands. When he asked about Romney, everybody’s hands shot into the air (not really surprising right? Of course the Mormons vote for the Mormon.)
He then pitted the two favorites against each other, Romney and Obama. This time the class was split about 50/50.
The final match up was Hillary and McCain. He first asked who would vote for Hillary, and one person raised their hand. However, McCain again received no votes. When asked why they had chosen to not vote, most people said they did not want to be part of a decision that put either of the two in office.