So I skipped work this morning and drove an hour to Sherman in order to do my civic duty and buy gas for $1.96/gallon. And to vote. I also drove to Sherman to vote.

Several comments:

1. Electronic voting is like playing a boring video game that only has one level that lasts 5 minutes.

2. I didn’t vote a straight party ticket because that would have shortened the video game by 4 minutes and 15 Fun Units.

3. As long as the system works, electronic voting is not complicated. Senior citizens, while old and dangerous behind the wheel, should still be able to figure it out.

4. It’s always embarassing when your old Stats professor is manning the polling place. Primarily because whenever she says hi to you, the other lady working the table will ask your Stats professor if you were a good student. Your Stats professor will then clearly hesitate before saying yes.

5. The Gentleman’s C+, apparently, is dead.

6. The Boys and Girls Club of Sherman smells of basketballs and urine.

See you next time.

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