Tuesday, February 07, 2006
I have never felt so stoopid
Those of you who know me closely know that I am a fan of being somewhat educated, but I have never felt as dumb as I did on Saturday. What was Saturday? The LSAT. I know that I have a decent grasp of the English language and I am somewhat fluent in my speaking and writing abilities but I must be a retard when it comes to reading and comprehending information!!! I swear my brain just shut down about the third section or so. I hope that I never have to re-do the test, of course, Uncle Reed provided me with a word of advice and solace: The only other day you feel as dumb as you did on the day you took the LSAT is the day you get your scores back. 2月27日へ楽しみまっています。I am looking forward to Feb 27. Any way, after I took the test I called a good buddy and we headed out and went shotgun shooting. We bought a brick a piece and took a 12 gau., a 40mm, 356, .22 and girls with us. Good fun. I know I went through 80 shells, my shoulder is a smidgen sore, but it was a great way to unload my frustration. Oh yeah... Yesterday the legislature was quite entertaining, the constitutional amendment for the definition of marriage to be between a man and woman passed 53 to 17. A good debate and I was pleased with the outcome. I was not impressed with a comparison that one gal made that compared my religion with the gay/lesbian community in that the constitution shouldn't tell people what is and isn't marriage (for you who aren't Idaho History buffs, the Idaho constitution used to say that Celestial marriage, temple marriage, was not recognized by the State of Idaho and that those who entered therein could not have some rights that others enjoy. That was changed in 1982, and to make that kind of comparison is completely assinign!). Any how the measure is now going to be debated in the House, and I think that it will go through. A good moral victory for my home state. God Bless Idaho and America.