Voters simply need to cast a vote, then tell the barista at their local Starbucks and they’ll receive a tall (12 oz) cup of brewed coffee at no charge (limit one per customer). In the best tradition of democracy, we’re using the honor system for proof of voting.I assume early voters count. Since my university Coffeehouse days and the closing of Diedrich on Westheimer, I've gradually returned to Starbucks. But I feel bad about it every time. So I'm thinking I might go get that free cup of coffee and say bye-bye.
There was also a commercial for The Renaissance Festival. Which made me realize I've been blogging for more than a year now. Since the first post of Sit, Billy I've traveled to South America and Europe and back. Where will I go next, I wonder.
As I wrote once before, I don't like to change my Facebook profile too often. So here is the exclusive update:
Activities: drinking, quitting smoking
Interests: Nintendo, vampires
Favorite Music: "Troubled the Waters" (Black Kold Madina)
Favorite TV Shows: 30 Rock, America's Next Top Model, Gossip Girl, Mad Men, SNL, The Office
Favorite Movies: really liked Stranger Than Fiction; may go see Rachel Getting Married even though I said I wouldn't; want to see, in alphabetical order, Fear(s) of the Dark, Milk, Trouble the Water
Favorite Books: am reading The Emperor's Children (Messud) and do not like any of the characters; am excited to read Twilight (Meyer) so I can watch the movie when it comes out
About Me: lethargic, ready for winter, anxious about Election Day
David Cook sucks. He's like the football player from high school who found a "voice" and a vest and ran with it.