It was highly entertaining and quite fascinating checking out tweets right after last nights Green Bay vs Seattle game because of the horrible officiating on the last play of the game, but the most surprising came from Troy Aikman, and perhaps the strongest, from Peter King:
I can’t imagine what it must have been like to actually have placed money on last night’s game.
Both the Romney and Obama campaigns will end up using last night’s game today somehow, just bet on it, Wisconsin is a swing state afterall.
BoyGeeding is a little over seven months old, and yesterday I think I may have received the last bill relating to his birth.
Tidbits from the presidential debate book I’m reading:
The Bush-Clinton-Perot debate was the first presidential debate that had an “open format”. That is, questions only came from the audience, not journalists, and it had no major time restraints like we see today, in which there are two-minute answers and a one-minute response. Since then, no candidate wants to risk the open format, until President Ford, who was so behind in the polls wanted to shake things up and invite Carter to a debate. We need more of these.
The only debates in which the candidates were seated involved the vice-presidential debates with Dick Cheney.
After Kennedy-Nixon, there were no presidential debates for 16 years.
I ride a bike often, but I avoid the road and ride on trails. I do it for the safety of myself and the safety and consideration of drivers. Many will disagree, but I think roads should be left for motorized vehicles, which, unlike a bike, you pay for a license, insurance, registration, and taxes. Yes, cyclists pay taxes, but homeowners with no children still pay taxes for public education, it’s just one of those things. Roads are built not for bikes to be traveled on, but for motorized vehicles. Not to mention, it’s frustrating being stuck at a red light behind a cyclist who takes takes forever to accelerate when the light turns green – they complain about sharing the road, when in this case they are hogging and clogging it up.
I have a Western Digital network hard drive and the LED light is no longer working. For the heck of it, I contacted Western Digital and they called to apologize, and will be sending me a new one in the mail, stating my old one was covered under warranty until sometime in 2014. I think I bought that network drive about a year ago. So in short, it’s good to register certain products and sometimes it’s worth contacting technical support.