As the lights went down
Sixty-five pages of scripts
Exited my brain.
Apologies for the lack of blogs this week. I feel terrible about it, but I'd feel more terrible had I been even more ill-prepared for last night's preview than I already was.
Anywho, today's missive is just a place-holder until next week. It's also a request to come see the BNW's previews of The Lion, The Witch, and the War Hero this weekend (Friday at 8, Saturday at 7 and 10) as well as a preview of Mike Fotis's Fringe show at the BNW tonight at 10:30.
Of course, there's also the matter of Today's Joke:
Obama Hopes to Improve His Image as Commander-in-Chief
Sen. Barack Obama's trip to the Middle East and Europe is a chance for him to be seen as a world leader, but with the klieg-light attention on him any mistake could be crippling to his effort to be seen as a capable commander-in-chief.
Obama's jaunt is shrouded in a blanket of security. The campaign has confirmed that the Democratic presidential candidate will visit the Middle East and Europe with stops in Jordan, Israel, Germany, France and England.
The campaign's handlers believe Obama can help his standing as a world leader by being seen alongside other world leaders. That is the weakest part of his standing with voters. A recent ABC News/Washington Post poll found that only 48 percent saw Obama as a commander-in-chief. As such, Obama is planning on donning a be-feathered tri-cornered hat and riding a horse to every locale he visits on his trip.