I'm looking forward to seeing how everything plays out tonight, politically.
Anjali went for Hillary
Half Changed World chose Obama
Bitch Ph.D. won't tell, yet.
Here in Wisconsin, we won't vote for another 2 weeks. So the big news is the snow. 12 more inches predicted for tonight. Because the 60 inches we've gotten already this winter - that's just not enough.
Having spent my formative years in Virginia, I did what any normal human being would do upon hearing such a forecast -I headed to the store to stock up on milk and bread. The grocery store was empty. People - do you not know that the minute the weatherman even hints at a foot of snow falling, it is your economic duty to head to the nearest grocery store and stock up?
I have a meeting tomorrow morning. In Milwaukee. 72.5 miles away from my humble abode. Is the meeting canceled? Of course not.
Really, in any normal (i.e. "southern") state, a foot of snow would cancel everything. School, work, meetings. Everything.
But here in the upper Midwest, we just carry on.
Tomorrow, I'll be the one driving painfully slowly through a foot of snow, white-knuckled on I-90, clutching my bread and milk.