Month: July 2004
I’ve been saying for a couple months that I give November’s election a 50-50 chance of actually happening [I wish I’d posted it on this site], and look: from Yahoo and from CNN. So if the Bushies can’t win it, they’re going to cancel it?
If this doesn’t have Karl Rove’s name written all over it, I don’t know what does.
Wow, it’s already July 3rd. I spent much of June preparing to move, which ended successfully. I now have a one-bedroom apartment in downtown Oakland, just 7/10 of a mile from work, more convenient to public transportation (about the same distance from the TransBay bus, and much closer to BART), and no longer on a hill. No roommates, also, for the first time ever. Freedom! (Well, of course, I have to make sure not to annoy my neighbors in this 30-something-unit building.) I need to get a few things to make it a truly functional place, such as, among many other things, lighting for the living room, but eventually it will be pretty much ideal. I plan on staying for a while.