Just send those reporters who don’t get the difference between “libertarian” and “conservative” to me. Because…
I’m a conservative. Conservatives are friends of mine. And you’re no conservative. Heh.
“Indeed,” he said.
Normally I wouldn’t mention this sort of thing, but my one encounter with the lady has proven to be a lot more memorable than I might have anticipated. If you hate following links:
I had lunch today with blogger Susanna Cornett at a diner in East Newark. Now if “East Newark” strikes your brain cells with exactly the same impact as, say, “Calcutta Heights”, well, there’s more to a community than whether it gets a feature section in Architectural Digest. As for the lady herself, she is an intriguing mixture of Southern charm (see earlier references to Kentucky women) and the don’t-mess-with-me attitude that presumably comes from living around New York City, which virtually guaranteed a splendid time for all I managed to suppress Klutz Mode with incredible precision for once and after last night, it was nice to have a huge lunch for not much over ten bucks.
Of course, she has long since left New Jersey, and her blogging is a lot more sporadic than it used to be, but as the phrase goes, you can’t have everything.