The Giants won in the Super Bowl. Will that avert the Apocalypse?
Meanwhile, Ron Paul supporters are crying "Fraud" over the slow count of the Nevada Caucuses vote. As I noted last night, the count got stuck at 43% for hours, and even this morning, all of the Clark County vote was not in. One of the most interesting features of the CNN coverage, as I noted, was the "real time" count of a vote in Las Vegas, where observant Jews and Seventh Day Adventists had gathered in the evening (because of the Saturday Sabbath). That vote, counted twice, gave Paul an overwhelming edge over other Candidates. Yet the count this morning held to the same ratios as the night before.
I watched the second episode of HBO's LUCK, and despite such stars as Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, this horse racing drama about how various addictions bring characters down seems rather scattered. I'll give it a couple of more weeks to come together.
In other news, the Russians and Chinese vetoed the Arab League plan to get rid of Syria's present regime. The Russians, whom the Chinese still tend to follow, consider Syria and particularly Iran as their clients. My guess (and hope) is that Russia wants to give Syria's President Assad safe haven and broker a deal between Iran and Israel. If I am right, and they are successful, one horn of the Apocalyse will be severed. If not, prepare for very hard lines in the Middle East come this Spring or Summer.
The day was warm and pleasant in San Francisco. Rain tomorrow, perhaps.
Macresarf1 would write no more this day.
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