The poor timing I whined about in the PREVIOUS ENTRY has continued.
After I got up this morning, I decided to check for updates on my computer. There was one, so I started the download. About 45 minutes later, it was still downloading. I thought about not leaving for work until it was finished, but it seemed to stall at 94% so I left.
At work, about the only useful thing I did was deliver a disk (our version of videotape) to a crew in Wilkes-Barre. I spent the rest of the day waiting for the phone to ring. I put in calls to the candidates I still need to hear from, and heard back from none of them. At the same time, I was also waiting to hear from the presidential campaigns about where Barack and Hillary will be on election night. Having heard nothing, I left work shortly after 5pm. When I got home, my phone rang. It was someone from work telling me that just moments after I walked out the door the Clinton campaign sent out some initial details. Nothing yet from Obama.
Now I am trying to decide if I want to get up early tomorrow morning and stand in line for a chance to see Bill Clinton. he will be speaking in Wilkes-Barre as the candidates and their minions rush hither and yon in PA in these last few days leading up to Tuesday's primary. Not only will Bill be here on Saturday, but Hillary will be here on Monday. Obama was in Williamsport today and may be back in the area on Sunday.
Just another few days and then the six weeks of relentless campaigning will be over. With that in mind, here's my musical selection for the weekend. Watch out for the hair!