An apology for my lack of activity this past long week end.
I am represented at work by a union. A union of people who don’t construct sentences very well.
As mentioned over a year ago, I work for a State government, doing governmental things.
Now, I am applying for a transfer to a new part of the (same) State government, to do different governmental things.
I will let you all know what success or failure I have.
For the first time, I got a visitor for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
I am currently staying up late for my favorite activity: watching election returns in well documented races. Right now, it is in Alabama, in the contest for the Senator to replace Sessions.
Anyone else do this at all? I know plenty do, I’m just fishing for your recollections of memorable past counts. I’ll start with mine:
There is a song, “Sitting on the Dock” that has the line about “watching the ships roll in”. I always think of that when watching the returns “roll in”.
Again with the late in the year ads. This one is from December 13, 1902, right below an ad for a “manly” boarding school:
From December 13, 1902, an un-subtle suggestion for a Christmas present: