So they're moving me at work. I'm going to be on the carpet crew with Austin, Alisha's ex-boyfriend, effective January 5th. Daron, a good guy from Jordan, will be taking my place. I'm not sure what Stormy will think. I wanted a position at Redwood (although we will be driving around the whole valley, in actuality) the whole time that I lived on 2200 W, but as soon as we move, they're going to put me there... with Austin. I'm excited. It should be a real trip.
This Saturday is a silly white rhino party with Stormy's siblings during a time that she works. I have to take Morgan for at least a little while. I've had plans on that day for a while and am hoping that I can convince Stormy's family to just watch Morgan if I drop her off and some presents. I've been meaning to run this Rifts game for a long time now and have been preparing for a good deal of my spare time.
Richard's in town and Tim's leaving town, although he will be back after Christmas. Which is a great deal being that Allen will be in SLC for a few weeks after Christmas and it will give us our first opportunity to hang out since my wedding, which wasn't much of an opportunity to chill, really.
Stormy is loving her job at Beans & Brews. She gets free coffee. I love her.
Later today we get to take a look at our house and see if it's all fit together nicely and such before the final installation is under way.
The times are good, considering.
So Bush destroyed our economy. I don't know how many times I've been telling people he has been destroying our economy. I don't know how many times I said that they would let the economy crash close to the end of his last term. I bet there are people who are sad to see him go. People that are sad that McCain with Phil Grahm, the nemesis to the American economy, at his side didn't get into office. I've said everything before, recited the statistics and policies, the figures and legislations, but no one cares.
I just hope some people remember what Bush did, and how much McCain did to support it, and how much Ted Kennedy, Al Gore, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Dennis Kucinich, and Howard Dean have strived to protect us amidst so much failure among the Democrats to do so. You can't trust a Democrat, but you can sure as hell trust a Republican. Even that Paul fucker wanted to do away with public services and education. Yeah, that was some revolution. Besides that, it doesn't matter if they don't know anything about economic history, we have a power for the betterment of our country coming into phase. We're all still more than a little scared what the, in many ways worst, president of our country will do to us before he loses power.
There's nothing worth saying about the horrible things he has done. They number in the thousands and I can recite hundreds, but the only people that care have realized a political stance must be made to protect our country from the neo-conservative agenda. He and his administration have committed more crimes that the Constitution mandates impeachment for than can be counted on a person's fingers. No, I do not care what News-Corp has to say on the subject or any of those other idiots. I've seen the best arguments and defenses anyone could muster, and they're pathetic. None of those people ever had one thing to say in response to any of the facts I faced them with that shattered their ridiculous notions. The only response I've ever gotten to my supplying evidence correcting the ridiculous stream of propoganda to come from the Murdoch machine and it's ilk is a blank stare off into space and a total cessation of conversation. It's a reaction that is very frighteningly suggestive of the idea that these people have been brainwashed.
What can you do?
No one cares.