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Grammar Police

Posting a blog entry or a comment leaves way too much to interpretation, so if I misinterpret, it is not intentional.

Just To Clarify
I honestly don’t care about whether someone ends a sentence with a preposition. It was really my snarky way of showing how stupid all this back and forth bickering is between the two Democratic candidates.

When a candidate is finally chosen, I’m pretty certain most Democrats will pull together and elect ourselves a non-moron for a change.

And unlike most of the Obamautons, I can say positive things about my less-favored candidate. Although I would prefer to see Senator Clinton become President Clinton, I also think Senator Obama would make an excellent president.

Current Knitting
I have gone back and fixed my egregious mistake on my lace project. I should definitely not work on this project when I can’t focus clearly.

Ichida Lace 04--16-08

That’s a quarter on the left side of the picture. I am now up to round 118 with only 22 more rounds to go.

Readers’ Comments/Questions
Got an e-mail from a friend of Gay Singer/Songwriter, K Anderson with a link to this music video. K Anderson knits in the video and I liked his voice, so I thought I’d embed it here.

Enjoy.

0 comments on “Grammar Police

  1. Joe,

    The lace is so very elegant. Yes–I have little needle envy.

    Thanks for sharing the music video. I love him (music, lyrics and video) and have sent forwarded it to several other friends.

  2. Thank you for the quarter. It is hard to get a true sense of the scale without it.

    While I am interested in politics and especially the Democratic nomination, I don’t have anything particularly useful to say. I keep thinking of things, but it all comes out of my head as banal or not quite right. I enjoy reading your commentary, because it gives me another space to work through my thoughts.

  3. Your lace looks amazing! You are doing a wonderful job on it. I can only knit lace when I am able to focus my attention on it as well.

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