Karen Gasper, D.C. for Dean Ward 1 co-coordinator, makes a call as Secret Service and other uniformed officers swoop in. She is verifying the laws against putting up a Howard Dean sign on a street lamp infront of the White House. The authorities claim she is unable to because it's National Park property.
xxx Cracklin Disgust xxx
I really didn't want to see this day come. The day I can no longer eat Pork Cracklins.
[Those aren't hairs on that Cracklin. No, they're straws. The straws that broke the Cracklin-eating camel's back!]
This is my friend Alex getting a Metro ticket. His little sister is huddling behind the machine to avoid the chilling wind tunnel the escalators create. I, on the other hand, was completely frozen.
[I went with Alex while he escorted his little sister to the other side of Arlington via subway. On the train I picked up a scrap paper with movie listings and decided to go see The Fog of War. It's an Errol Morris film about the life of former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara. Thanks to those that made the film possible. It made me smarter by tightening some loose pieces of the past. I learned how loose the pieces were in the heads of those in charge during the Cold War too. McNamara helped shape today's world, good or bad.]