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Underwater volcano, snow and things

I think the fact that scientists were able to capture the deepest underwater volcano during an erection eruption (Freudian slip :-)) is totally cool.

snow in asheville2The storm that is creeping up the East Coast slammed in Asheville at about nine o’clock this morning. I’ve lived in Asheville for about five years. It snows here. We can see two or three or even 4 inches of snow at a time. Today, in some parts of Asheville was gotten over a foot of snow. The city has ground to a halt. My drive home from the hospital which usually takes about 15-20 minutes took closer to 90 minutes.

I think my radio show is canceled for tomorrow. Sorry. Maybe if I can get a helicopter to take me.

Finally, I really don’t have anything brilliant to say about healthcare. I found this whole process frustrating. I’ve talked about the lack of leadership from both Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. I think the president Obama made a mistake when he turned the whole process over to Congress. I think that Joe Lieberman is an attention seeking jerk. I think that the good people of Nebraska need to vote Ben Nelson out of office — yesterday.

I need to turn in early so that I can get up at the crack of dawn and try and make it through the snow.

By |2009-12-18T22:35:18-04:00December 18th, 2009|Domestic Issues|Comments Off on Underwater volcano, snow and things

Washington and Nebraska go to Obama

Everyone is now projecting Barack Obama to win Washington State and Nebraska. Mike Huckabee who refuses to go away has taken Kansas for the Republicans. Louisiana has a last poll closing so the first results are just now coming in.

Washington State and Nebraska were very big victories. Large margins. I’m wondering how the media and everyone else is going to spin this. For margins of victory like this, you have dominate in all categories except for balding, blond, bearded men over 45 on their second wife with 4 children and an annual combined income of $54,623.05.


From WaPo:

Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) swept to solid victories over Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y) in Nebraska and Washington state today, as the two combatants for the Democratic presidential nomination fought over delegates in the Midwest, the Northwest and the Gulf Coast.

With 85 percent of the Nebraska caucus vote counted, Obama led Clinton, 68 percent to 32 percent. In Washington state, meanwhile, Obama took about a two-to-one lead over Clinton, with more than half of the caucus vote counted. (more…)

By |2008-02-09T22:09:42-04:00February 9th, 2008|Election 2008|Comments Off on Washington and Nebraska go to Obama
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