Today, my interviewer called me at the appointed time: 4 p.m. (EST) from Buffalo, NY.
Here, the temperature was in the upper 60's and higher in other areas, record breakers. Who says Global Warming can't be fun, sayeth the Frog.
The interviewer had sent me chapters from his doctoral thesis, and the book he is writing based on the thesis, along with an outline of questions covering my life from birth to experiences at Kent State to May 4, 1970.
[I lost the last half of this entry due to red room tech glitch; I'm reconstructing it now.]
After the interview, my time was taken up with the Arizona Republican Debate. My impression is that Representative Ron Paul was given more time than he has had past debates, and that in his early sallies he was much more effective, getting off some laugh lines, as well as making points the audience appreciated. Former Rick Santorum, who has been dubbed the new front runner answered some questions straightforwardly, but was flummoxed by others. Former Mitt Romney zinged him a couple of times over votes and stands which were difficult for the audience to understand or appreciate. (In Santorum's favor, audiences should understand that politics has been called "the art of compromise." Turns out, straight arrow conservative Santorum has compromised . . . a lot.) Former Speaker Newt Gingrich just seemed to enjoy the whole proceedings, and at times, allied himself with Paul.
Now its on to Primary Elections in Michigan and Arizona next week.
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