Saturday, November 01, 2008

As much as I am a snotty elitist about most television programs, it appears that some good may come of them after all.......

3 Comments:

OpenID sarahpetruz said...

When of Dennis Haysbert of '24' stated that he thought it was helpful to Obama that he had played an African-American president on tv, I don't think he was far off base: television does suggest possibilities that sort of plant themselves into the subconscious. Television is the drug of the nation...

On a related side note, the alternate reality of living in a "blue" state/town: my son's second grade teacher had to give a lesson about respecting the presidential candidates during the school's mock election when the entire class of 7- and 8-year-olds became hostile and started talking about how "stupid" McCain was and how he had better not win.

4:51 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Yes, I know... thanks to all the writers who create the breakthrough characters.

Oh, to be in a "blue" state right now.... (though there is a chance NC might flip in this election).

I am bummed that we will have no one to party with on Tues...not that I could have any champagne, anyway :(

7:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Kate, so now that NC is officially a blue state does that change your perception of the state? My brother-in-law lives in downtown Raleigh and they had quite a party there on Tuesday night. Your bro in KC,MO

1:20 PM  

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