It’s 8:32 pm Tuesday night, May 30th, as I write this, half an hour after polls closed in Nova Scotia for our provincial election today. Yet, the TV coverage has nothing worthy to report. I don’t know wassup with that Nova Scotia speed results reporting, so I called my contact at CNN, Anderson Scooper, to get a projection and, lo and behold, they had one!
CNN is projecting a Liberals majority in Nova Scotia!
Thanks, Mr. Scooper. I can get on with my life now. 🙂
The Canadian and local stations made the same call at 12:57 AM Wednesday morning. Case and point, thank you very much. 😉
What happens to my brain when it’s not challenged enough to keep it in good condition over extended periods of time.
That’s the term I’ve coined for it.
I suspect it’d happen to yours as well.
While I was in Alaska last fall, inspired by their flag which had the Big Dipper constellation and Polaris, the North Star, on it, I had the idea of making a tuque with the same constellation and more. Namely, I was going to illustrate one of the more popular astronomical navigation descriptives that involved not only the Big Dipper, but also the Little Dipper. I was going to do this on a tuque because it’s generally spherical, like the night sky. There was no more perfect a garment canvas than a tuque!