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When I'm not delving into historical research, I'm planning a character's demise.

Sunday, October 22, 2006

To Blog or not to Blog

I was inspired by the blog called Seneca Voice to start blogging again. I have a historical and current events interest in Native American Issues. I haven't blogged for a while because I figured it was a waste and no one would stumble across mine. But I guess that may not be true because I stumbled across Seneca Voice that was rather good. It was comforting almost to know it wasn't just my government in a state of disarray, so I left a comment and decided to blog again. Who knows, maybe someone will stumble across mine someday and find something worthwhile.

So to catch up. .... read my other posts. If you don't vote I will still blame everything on you, if you try and take away Christmas I will still have none of it, and DON'T send me anything that even remotely resembles a chain letter. There, that was easy enough to catch up!

So here we are at election time again. Frankly I feel my choices are rather dismal for Governor of New York. I figure I may have to do a write in ballot and vote for Alfred E. Neuman or Bugs Bunny. I’d say Elmer Fudd or Porky Pig but they have definite public speaking issues, and its tough enough already to understand politicians.

We could do like other states do and vote for an actor. Same thing anyway right? So maybe I’ll do a write in ballot. That new movie “Man of the Year” looks good. I wonder if Robin Williams is free to be Governor for a while? Sure it’s not President, but hey it seems to be a working plan for Hillary to rest her feet in NY for a while before running for President, so why not Robin Williams?

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