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>> Saturday, October 16, 2010

In a strange slice of coincidence, right after I posted about the FaithWriters website, the server died and the site went down. How’s that for timing? Thankfully, our fearless leaders have it up and running again! (God bless Scott and Deb!) Alas, I shall have to wait another week for my yellow boxes. Bring on the chocolate.

Speaking of going down, is anyone else ready for the pre-November mudslinging to stop? We have a gubernatorial election in California this year, so you can imagine the frenzy of political ads. Honestly, I’ve started to tune them out. Don’t get me wrong—I am very much an advocate for being an informed voter—but if I get one more piece of junk mail touting Jerry Brown’s straight talk (with Meg Whitman’s face plastered all over it), I will be able to re-wallpaper my bathroom!

And in other “truth is stranger than fiction” election news…there is a proposition on the ballot to legalize marijuana. They want to make it legal for anyone age 21 or over to be able to have, grow, or transport weed legally. If it weren’t such an awful idea, it would almost be laughable. I can see the headlines now: “California Passes Bong Bill, Still Bickering Over Budget.”

Advocates for the prop say it will weaken drug cartels and generate tax revenue. Opponents point out drivers will be able to consume marijuana right up until the moment they get behind the wheel, thus endangering public safety.

Things could get very interesting if this sucker passes. Visions of psychedelic potlucks are dancing in my head. Bring your own picnic basket, folks. Who knows what Joe Schmo put in those brownies? Sigh. What a waste of perfectly good chocolate.


Teresa October 16, 2010 at 8:50 PM  

We're having a municipal election in my town. The mayor has been there for 10 years and she's doing a great job. The challenger is a retired (hefty pension) Federal politician who is promising the moon without raising taxes. As if!
Wouldn't it be nice if the politicians got tossed in the slammer if they broke a promise!

Kristi Peifer October 16, 2010 at 9:17 PM  

Ha! Yeah, but then they'd have to raise taxes to pay for the prisons overcrowded with politicians...

Bobbi October 16, 2010 at 10:30 PM  

Yikes, I know. I hope that never passes.

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