Presidential dispute

I was watching MSNBC the other day, and was startled to hear that there appears to be some kind of dispute over this year’s presidential election. I don’t know if you guys have heard about this, but it seems that both Mr. Al Gore and George W. Bush appear to think they have won the presidency. I’m just shocked that these events haven’t really garnered any media coverage. I mean, it’s been over a month since the voting process began–how come there’s been no information about this development in any of the papers? If it were up to me, that would be the only story on all the news channels all the time, and it would be on the front page of every paper everyday, even if the headline had to be something like “Third State Court of Lower-East Florida Accepts Appeal from Bush to Reject Fourth Recount of The Eighth Supreme Court of Palm Beach County’s Previous Court Decision.” That would be pretty sweet–why can’t we have that?

Well, it continues to be cold and snowy these days. Luckily, it should start warming up in January and be about 80 degrees by February, if I remember the seasons correctly. That’s how it was last year, I think. I mean, it’s not like it will be cold until March or April, right? Ha, ha. That would suck if it were like that.

Now would somebody inform me what these “Finals” are that all my professors keep talking about? Is that some kind of end-of-semester in-class party we get to go to? If so, next week–“Finals Week”–is going to be pretty damned awesome. I can’t wait until “Finals Week.”

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