Anecdotal Evidence

Two points:

1. While picking up ingredients for dinner on Sunday (ribeyes, potatoes, and an excellent eggplant and tomato side dish), I noticed that this week’s US Weekly was turned around backwards on the rack next to the cash register. Don’t think I’ve ever seen that before.

2. According to a report on WSB-AM today, the Obama campaign has canceled a long-planned (and much boasted-about) media blitz in Georgia, effectively conceding the state to McCain–or rather, Palin, if any of the dozen overheard conversations at various stores, restaurants, and football stadiums I heard over the weekend are any guide…

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3 Responses to “Anecdotal Evidence”

  1. maltpointer Says:

    Will–

    I was in a Publix near Reynolds Plantation this weekend, and I actually did this. I was checking out, looked up and saw the magazine, and next thing I knew I had reached out and flipped it around.

    Spontaneous, heart-felt, and satisfying.

  2. McGehee Says:

    the Obama campaign has canceled a long-planned (and much boasted-about) media blitz in Georgia, effectively conceding the state to McCain–or rather, Palin

    I could’ve told the Obamarrhoids this, even before the Palin pick — but I wouldn’t have, because the money they would’ve spent here was money they couldn’t spend to hold Pennsylvania or Michigan.

  3. midwest mama Says:

    Last time I was in my local Wal-Mart Superstore I went down the row of registers and turned ALL of the US magazines backward. A couple of people saw me doing it and let me know they agreed with me. So there.

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