Slow News Day

Entry #1209, Sat, February 09, 2002, 16:21 EST (Life in General)
(posted when I was 23 years old.)
While I don't hide the fact that I am generally unimpressed with our current president, I feel I would have to make fun of this Reuters story regardless of which president it concerned itself with. The headline: "Bush Takes Walk in Wyoming Snow Near Teton Peaks." Is there nothing more exciting happening in the world than this?

"JACKSON, Wyoming (Reuters) - President Bush took a walk in the snow on Saturday, taking in some of the brisk mountain air in the pristine valley known as Jackson Hole near the Grand Teton peaks."

And later: "[White House spokesman Scott McClellan] said Bush was not using snow shoes." This seems almost like an Onion article.

But now I will move on to things even less exciting than our president's walk in Wyoming.

Thursday night Katie and I went to senior bar for some GSU-sponsored Mardi Gras party. It demonstrated, yet again, that I'm just not part of the grad student social scene. But there was free beer, and Katie and I managed to play two horrible games of cricket. So it was fun. However, after I got home, I must have placed my keys somewhere unusual, because I've been unable to find them since.

Luckily, I have a spare car key, so I am at least able to drive. If anybody has seen my keys, please let me know. I sorta need them.
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