Only three days are left to suffer through before finally, after all the hard work and perseverance, I will be playing Mario Kart Wii!
I haven’t blogged about the results of the Pennsylvania primaries because, well, I’ve been busy. Plus what came out of Pennsylvania is what I dreaded: enough of a win to justify the Clintons remaining in this hair-pulling race. What I think it really showed is the huge disparity between those over and those under the age of forty.
How wonderful for those older folks to remember with solidarity all the victories and successful endeavors of Ms Clinton. I know she has done so much for helping the Gay community, the poor, the whole of World Peace. And let’s not forget about women. Playing the gender card, claiming the boys are picking on her, crying for the camera (make sure it was zoomed in to her better side!), and being married to the right guy has all done so much for the advancement of the female half of our population.
Nevermind that winning without a consideration of what group or minority one belongs to is an actual victory.
Today is Earth Day. But far more importantly, today is my dad’s birthday. Guess which has had more impact for the betterment of this world?
Happy Birthday, Dad!
From 2004 (found via the Minnesota Monitor):
Only five days remain until the boy and I are spinning out in Mario Kart!
Today is the Pennsylvania Democratic Primary.
Let us hope.
This is from a Pro-Tibet protester in San Francisco. I just couldn’t help but share…
A great line from Andrew Sullivan that I’m sure I’ll be using in my future history classes:
History doesn’t repeat itself, of course, but it sure does rhyme.
Countdown is six more days until we at The Fry Side will be proud owners and players of Mario Kart Wii.