Thanksgiving, oh, and opinions.

November 24th, 2004 by

It’s been a busy time setting up to get away for a few days. I have not been here for a few days, and won’t be for a few more.

I thought it would calm down after the election, but it’s getting exciting again. I’m once again becoming a little irritated reading people’s opinions. It’s not that we shouldn’t have ours, but it sure would be nice if we could manage to know what we don’t know and not open our mouths, or click our mice, when we are under (or un) educated to make a coherent decision on how we should naswer a “survey.”

This topic has been rattling around in the pile of chaotic thoughts and hasn’t made it to the top of the heap. As a quick wondow into my one day forthcoming thoughts: I never saw a survey/opinion poll that asked the persons on the street whether the doctors did President Clinton’s bypass surgery correctly. “We” have asked about every question imaginable about President Bush and every decision made by any one in the entire government. There’s rich soil in this topic to plow…

In the meantime, I’m headed north a few states to spend tomorrow with family.

For all of you who can read this, I know you know you are thankful that 1) you are enabled through an education, 2) you have been blessed by enough finacnial resources to have access to a computer and the Internet and 3) that many have gone before us, in every place in our lives to allow us to be here. Have a wonderful holiday and make a special effort to get in touch with those in your family that are a not in your regular contact cycle.

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