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Democrats! - Elf M. Sternberg
Urgh. I hate the knight in shining armor routine. But I do it anyway. At 7:45 this morning tygereclipse wakes me up and begs me for a ride to work. On Sunday!. I so wanted to sleep in. She had overslept and missed her bus, and now Omaha has sworn that the next time she hears that young lady yakking on her phone seven hours before she has to catch a bus, Omaha's going to take her phone away and unscrew her light bulb and bonk her over the head if necessary.

So I drove her all the way up to work, then turned around and headed home. Since I was already on the road, I went on a quest for doughnuts. The first place I passed was closed (what the?) on Sunday, the second place didn't take plastic, and the third was three miles in the wrong direction, but I knew the girls liked that brand and so I went. The proprietor is a nice fellow but never remembers me. I suppose once a month isn't often enough to make a real impression.

Omaha and I sat around, and I did some filing and other personal stuff. I was cleaning out my filing cabinets when I came upon some studio nudes of Omaha when she was 22. I forgot just how much she's always been a beautiful woman. She was hotness at 22, and she's hotness now. I adore her completely.

Then we went out to the 33rd Democratic District Party Officials Christmas Party. It was held at Shay Schual-Burke's home; she's the state representative for out district. I learned two things about Democrats: they don't drink nearly as much Republicans, and the only Milton Friedman they know is his quote about the moral instincts of corporations. I actually talked to one of those intellectual dinosaurs who believes that the Vietnamese people were better off "down on the farms" then they were in an industrialized nation. We had dinner there, a potluck, and same of the people there were much less strident, although I swear there was one guy there who had stepped right out of a Thomas Nast cartoon, at least in appearance.

We got home and I finished up most of my filing. I have more to do, and a lot more sorting, but I'm slowly getting my life in order. We fed the girls a bit of late supper because we had such an early dinner, and we used up some leftovers: pizza, sandwiches, some macaroni and cheese. Then we did Yamaarashi-chan's eye therapy.

Current Mood: amused amused
Current Music: Maaya Sakamoto, I Don't Need Promises

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tygereclipse From: tygereclipse Date: December 20th, 2004 07:11 am (UTC) (Link)
*bawls* I"m so sorry!!!
omahas From: omahas Date: December 20th, 2004 06:40 pm (UTC) (Link)
You will have to pay, of course....

A night watching....THE GIRLS!!!!!



(while we go out and have some fun. Heh.)
amber_starcat From: amber_starcat Date: December 20th, 2004 08:51 am (UTC) (Link)
Hmmmmmmm....I seem to remember those super hotty hot photos!!!!

Too bad I didn't snag one when I had the chance!! :-(
fallenpegasus From: fallenpegasus Date: December 27th, 2004 06:59 am (UTC) (Link)
Mm... I bet they were sizzling hot (the photos).

She's lovely woman today still.
northerntown From: northerntown Date: January 30th, 2005 09:05 am (UTC) (Link)

Burke relative/Friedman fan

I was doing a search online to see which district my aunt represents, when I came across your post.
I found it interesting that you commented on what they knew of Friedman. I'm a huge fan/reader of his and hope to get into policy/politics myself. What did you think of my aunt and her politics? I had a few political discussions with her(back when I was a Democrat) and found that she's surprisingly receptive and open-minded. Did you try to talk some economic sense in to her? Are you a Libertarian/Capitalist? Awaiting your response.
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