Tuesday night. I’ve been back in Montreal for less than a full day. I spent my day catching up on email and all that stuff that one catches up on upon returning from a trip. I had planned to attend a protest against Bush at 5:30 at the lovely plaza at the corner of Peel […]
Al Michaels just called Bill Belichick a genius. I need to find something to throw at the TV. At least the Cowboys are terrible enough that the announcers have to shut up about Parcells.
7:45pm. Carrie on couch, me in easy chair. ESPN football highlights on TV. Me: “Oh, the Grey Cup is probably still on right now. Want to watch the end?” Carrie: “Nah, I’d rather listen to Chris Berman.”
Hoo boy, you travel, you get busy, you catch up. It’s a real elaborate process. NCA and Chicago were a blast in that we got to see lots of old friends, including a couple friends who no longer live on the continent. I presented one paper and served as a respondent on three panels, and […]
I don’t know if I’ll get to blog tomorrow night, so tonight might be the last for a few days as I head off to the National Communication Association (NCA) conference in Chicago. Highlights will include seeing lots of old friends, including Toby and Z0R (no, that’s not her real name), who had twins since […]
I honestly don’t know if I have anything else worth saying about the election. Maybe it’s because I read my friends’ blogs before I write my own, so a lot has already been said. I think it’s quite difficult for commentators on the left to get a grip or even a reasonable perspective. There are […]
Minnesota went for Kerry after all. That doesn’t excuse the rightist wing-nuts, but it does let MN off the hook for the election result.