Sometimes it pays to ride your bike when it’s dark outside yelling at the top of your lungs. I did that last night trying to find OtherDogGeeding who somehow escaped after the sun set. Thankfully a man came out of his house and informed me that one of his friends up the road picked up our little buddy, and if it wasn’t for my yelling, he never would have come outside.
OtherDogGeeding has one of those chips on him that when scanned, provides the owners contact information. Unfortunately, that was the one phone number we didn’t update, so it took us longer than it should have to get our little buddy back home.
Trying to find a lost dog is emotionally draining. And in a very hilly neighborhood, is pretty physically draining on a bicycle.
Because of the dog hunting, I didn’t get to watch the VP debate live and follow it on Twitter.
I bet both Biden and Ryan love their country and the Catholic church as much as the other.
Perhaps Martha Raddatz should have written a book on moderating presidential debates. She should probably clear her calendar for October 2016 for a future debate. But then again, having both candidate sitting down and everyone within a few feet of each other changes things quite a bit. In that Jim Lehrer book that I just wrapped up, that concept was all Dick Cheney’s idea.
Speaking of Cheney, I’m once again reminded of the similarities of this election and the 2004 election. In the first presidential debate, Pres GW Bush had a very poor outing (though not as bad a Obama’s) and it was Cheney’s job to stop the bleeding.
Overall, I thought the debate was a great exchange, well moderated, and pretty much a tie, with a slight edge going to Biden.
This article mentions that Gov Romney met with Billy Graham, and Graham stated he would do what ever he could to support Romney, and that he could be quoted on that. I’m not buying it. I’ve admired and followed Billy Graham for quite a while, and in his later years he’s stated his regrets in getting into politics and endorsements. This is nothing more than Franklin Graham using his father as a prop, and it’s not the first time he’s done it.
The ABC News political coverage would be much better without Donna Brazil and Nicole Wallace.
I couldn’t find a picture of it, but right after the debate, one of Ryan’s sons sat in his father’s debate chair and was just chillin’. It was pretty darn cute.
I love me some Texas/OU weekend. I was told the best time to do anything at the fair was during the game, and that’s when one of my non-football loving friends go. Yes, I can have friends that don’t love football.
For you Friday timewaster . . . make a digital sand sculpture. Just click and hold your mouse pointer, let go and click and hold again, you get a different color.