Monday, February 03, 2003

Not my problem
I'm surprised at my equanimity in these days of coalition building negotiations. It usually annoys me intensely. Now I really don't care. I feel like I've done my bit and now let them work it out. I'm actually quite relieved the elections are over (although they're not really over until the fat ... erm... man sings).

There is a lot of mud slinging. I just turn the radio off. Not interested.

By the way, Our Sis says she went to see if she had to change one of her sons' gas mask. They took books, in preparation for a few hours' wait in line, but when they got there, she says, there was no one else there. Does this mean everyone’s already been? Or maybe people aren’t internalizing it yet.