Friday, March 23, 2007
(12:00 AM) | Adam Kotsko:
Friday Afternoon Confessional: The Walking CureI confess that yesterday evening, I took a long walk down Lincoln Ave. solely for the sake of getting out of the house. I confess that I went to Powell's and didn't buy anything. I confess that I always feel like the staff at Powell's is annoyed at me for coming in (this applies to any location).
I confess that the Chicago "L" website is a serious timesink. I confess that it pisses me off when I try to copy a "link location" from Google search results and get a mile-long Google redirect address rather than the address of the actual page.
I confess that I'm a little bit scared that Fred Thompson of TV's Law and Order is going to run for president. I confess that I would strongly consider not running for president if my wife had cancer. I confess that I sometimes worry that the reason the Democrats aren't impeaching Bush is that they envision either themselves or a member of their own party as president and don't want to set the "dangerous precedent" of constraining executive power in any way. I confess that it should be illegal for any Republican to use the words "political" or "partisan."
I confess that I love sleeping with a fan on because it helps me to fall asleep faster, but then it creates problems when it's time to get out of bed in the morning.