I think it's interesting how politicians always go to this one spot for news conferences at the capitol where it looks like they have a halo. Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) wears the heavenly cap this week.
Also, for those of you who are interested in other things besides political (my thoughts on movies, my personal life, or anything else really), check out the extended entry link found just below this post.
I'm here today watching the Vikings in the TV lounge of the 4th floor of Middlebrook. It has moved beyond sad and is kind of funny. And by kind of funny, I mean extremely comical.
The Junior Mints lost in over time today. The other team, "The Green Team," probably deserved to win, but the Mints put up a good fight.
I'm very excited to go to Madison. I just need to figure out what I'm going to be.
Here goes a shot at starting a blog that'll be updated regularly. You can check out my previous attempts:
In any case, I thought I should first explain the line referring to goat's milk just under "Political Southpaw." I pulled it from the film, Gandhi. The exchange from the film goes as follows:
BRITISH COLONEL: I have instructions to inquire as to the subject of your speech tonight.
GANDHI: The value of goat's milk in daily diet. (Into his eyes) But you can be sure I will also speak against war.
We live in times where the ways of the past will not suffice. Our country needs new, innovative thinking, and somebody has to do it. Leadership is of the utmost importance, though it seems rarer and rarer these days. So let's raise our glasses on high-to the future!