March 1, 2004

More boring stuff from me.

OK. Here's the news.

1. Pete didn't do any damage when he fell Saturday. The PT is sure about that. If fact she was raving about his progress. And Pete had instructed her to reassure me about that! :-)

2. It's raining here. It's been raining all day.
I didn't see any news that mentioned STORM WATCH, but I may have missed it. I always wonder if the people who script the news here in LA, grew up here. They always seem surprised when it is raining. And, they always send a reporter out to stand in the rain to tell us about it. Thanks, but I looked out the window. The storm drains are working.

3. I cleaned out the frig.
I am sure you were wondering when I'd do that!

4. Mike sent two cute movies of the girls we could watch online. Maybe if you ask him, he will send you the site. Oh, and he did something yesterday so I won't get any more spam in my comment sections. What I want to know is how does this program tell the difference?

5. Tomorrow is the California Primary. I have been preoccupied so i haven't studied the ballot and am still not sure how I will vote. I'm torn between Kerry and Kucinich. I am drawn to Kerry even if Matt doesn't like his hair. And, I think he could beat Bush. Yet, Kucinich’s voice needs to be heard. I want him go on talking. Does this make me a swing voter?

Of course we have the usual spate of propositions. Arnold is campaigning hard to put our grandchildren in debt throughout their lifetime by taking out a whopping loan. We have to do that because we are unwilling to raise any fees or taxes. We might have to do without an extra latte. As I write this I am getting mad again.
WAKE UP PEOPLE. It really is easier to pay a few dollars more now, than billions later!

Well that's my rant and ramblings for the day. Goodnight!

Posted by Judi at March 1, 2004 11:12 PM | TrackBack

Judi, if he installed MT Blacklist it works by comparing the submitted email address/domain to a known list of blog comment spammers, and if the commentor is on the list it denies the submission.

Posted by: casey at March 2, 2004 12:51 PM

Did you hear Bush the other day?

"The Democratic candidates want to repeal the tax cut. You know what that means? Tax increases."

What a moron. Bush thinks that 2-1 = 1+1+1

As costs rise, and taxes are cut or remain constant, then borrowing will increase multi-fold, and debtors like CA will undeniably default. This scenario is being repeated wordwide given that costs are out of control and incomes/taxes are not keeping pace. The world is in for a HUGE economic catastrophe within the next 10 years that will make The Great Depression look like a party, guaranteed.

I'd pay a few extra pennies to avoid it, too.

Posted by: casey at March 2, 2004 1:01 PM

1. Thanks.
2. I hope a lot more people agree with us and we make the changes neccessary before it is too late.

Posted by: Mom at March 3, 2004 12:31 AM

Kerry's hair is the least of his problems (although you'll note he finally got decent haircut)...

His bigger problem is his dull, flat, mototone speaking style, his passionless demeanor, and his overall stuffy image. He makes Al Gore seem like Mr. Personality. Kerry doesn't seem to inspire or spark much excitment. In short, he's a safe, inoffensive candidate, but I fear we may need someone with more personal appeal to win in November...

Posted by: Matt at March 3, 2004 8:17 AM

I like Kerry. He doesn't seem boring or stiff to me.

Maybe you should come home and explain it to me.

Posted by: Mom at March 3, 2004 11:33 AM

everybody wants to pick a winner, but there is a downfall to the democrats plan to shorten the primary process. there was little time to get to know the candidate before everyone just started picking Kerry because he won Iowa and New Hampshire. Anyone remember Mike Dukakis? pretty much swept through the primaries only to be destroyed by the republican hate tactics.

I hope Kerry can stand tall and the previous candidates need to stand with him. This time around if Democrats want to dethrone Bush the need to vote like Republicans. Straight down party lines.

Posted by: Martin at March 3, 2004 11:35 AM

Kerry is not Dukakis.

The primaries are not over.

I just called the Kusinich headquarters. I was assured that he will stand beside Kerry if Kerry becomes the democratic candidate.

I hope the others will.
But now, each and every one of us who want a change,
must do our part.

Posted by: Mom at March 3, 2004 1:00 PM
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