Tuesday, November 30, 2004

My mind is clearer now

I didn't sleep well last night. I never do when I'm anxious. But now it's a bright new day, and the horror I fully expect can begin. Photos of the rampaging hordes will be posted at this site, with intermittent commentary back here throughout the day. And so, off I go, armed only with a camera and the vaguely-stoned look that comes from getting only two hours of sleep. I hope that's enough.


Blogger Rightwingsparkle said...

Thanks for the pics! They were very enjoyable in a sad pathetic sorta way.
It looked cold with people I wouldn't want to leave my dog alone with. HOw do you stand it?

11/30/2004 08:37:00 PM  
Blogger Dr_Funk said...

Nice pictures, Paul. Shame about the counter protests..What was up with them meeting at South Keys? Unless the intent was to go to the Airport to meet George there, it didn't make any sense.

11/30/2004 10:47:00 PM  
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