to donate to my candidate of choice this morning, because I figured I could write about all the reasons I think he’s the best choice, and post links to others who think so too—but in the grand-scheme, let’s be true—money matters more than all that, perchance more than the vote itself. So I tried. And tried. And tried again. No workie. How can it be easier to buy some hoops from Urban than it is to participate in e-commercocracy?
Because I’ll never remember otherwise—plus, since I’ve conveniently removed all of the complicated reasons why they’re good, they’ll be easier to add to one’s Safeway.com order. Though I can’t for the life of me figure why there’s no mention of good ol’ Searidge… From the SF Chron:
2006 Charles Shaw California Shiraz ($2)
2003 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Columbia Valley Shiraz ($11)
2006 Columbia Crest Two Vines Columbia Valley Gewurztraminer ($8)
2005 Cycles Gladiator California Cabernet Sauvignon ($10)
2006 Dry Creek Vineyard Clarksburg Dry Chenin Blanc ($11.50)
2006 Edna Valley Vineyard Paragon San Luis Obispo Chardonnay ($12)
NV Frontier Red Lot No. 71 California Red Wine ($10)
2006 Geyser Peak California Sauvignon Blanc ($12)
NV Hangtown Red El Dorado County Lot 35 ($10)
NV Korbel California Brut Rosé ($12)
2006 McManis Family Vineyards California Pinot Grigio ($10)
2006 McManis Family Vineyards California Zinfandel ($11)
2004 Napa Ridge Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ($12)
2006 Pomelo California Sauvignon Blanc ($10)
2006 Sobon Estate Amador County Old Vines Zinfandel ($12)
when Brad Pitt is making a speech on New Orleans rebuilding policy? Brad. Pitt. Discuss.
So many kids from the Senate are running for president, (all Dems except McCain) that when they’re all out stumping, the majority swings back to the GOP. Oops.
Don’t worry though, they have permission—or at least they’ve told their party leadership “not to expect them around much.”
Good thing they don’t have a lot to do or anything…