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.......


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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