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08:02 pm: More Nap, I Think

Spirit really enjoyed our two-hour nap in the recliner last night; back when the old recliner didn't work, I had to nap in the bed. I came over and read LJ and ML and then watched TV and the two shows I'd taped while I was here. I read the paper and got to bed to read at 2:30am. I got sleepy at 6am, set the alarm to 2pm, and went right to sleep. I woke up at 11am with a lot of pain from just about all of me. I took another narcotic, turned the alarm off, and woke up at 4pm. The cats really wanted food at that instant.

It was a nice warm day today and I don't need to go toward the ATM on Monday, so I went and got money today. My change bowl is almost full and I need to take that to the inside of the credit union soon.

The Tea Party in Richmond has 2300 people there, definitely the largest convention in the country, but some think there were too many Republicans there.

A lawyer refused to say the Pledge of Allegiance in court and was jailed for five hours. Legally, only students have been ruled able to skip the Pledge; however, most judges have assumed that meant everybody. The lawyer is a free speech specialist, even defended a Nazi for his rally. Good thing I'm not in that court; I doubt I could handle the unbacked seats in jail for that long.

When I went through the coupon fliers to make the grocery list, I found two things that I saw first and then was surprised at what the words said they were:

Redskins Snowman, with train around base

Huh. I can search and find their "Love-Box" but clicking on all the URLs gives me the error page. In the coupon flier, I saw nice little boxes and then read they had condoms in them. Ah, I found pictures at other places.

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Date:October 10th, 2010 12:49 am (UTC)
I should stop clicking on your links. I really didn't want to learn about a constitutional amendment to allow states to repeal federal laws.
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Date:October 10th, 2010 01:32 am (UTC)
When I moved here, I knew it was conservative financially, which was fine. I knew the city council was on the conservative side. But they've changed a lot in the 19 years and they put out a resolution to follow our AG who wants to have all abortion clinics moved under the requirements for out-patient surgery clinics. That would leave about four in the state. They're trying to figure out how to get a sex-oriented shop (DVDs, lingerie, lotions)* out of Old Town. And yes, they want to stop having to follow federal laws.

(one of the councilmen said on TV that that kind of shop would bring crime and prostitutes!)
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