Friday, March 04, 2016
Delayed Gratification and the Presidential Debate
I decided to watch last night's debate at some point this weekend when I've had more rest.
After my format suggestion was rejected ["Put all of the candidates in a large cage, then drop in a knife."] it was obvious that time would be better spent working on marketing chores while the "Greatest Hits of the Baroque Period" played in the background.
That was a wise choice.
And yet I was not completely out of touch. Whenever a break was needed, I checked Twitter for updates. There were mixed messages but one thing was clear: this was not of Lincoln-Douglas caliber
Despite that, I'll look forward to it.
Posted by Michael Wade at 4:00 AM