Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by vmosrafa08, Jan 20, 2009.
What did you do during the Inauguration?
I was out playing tennis.
I watched parts of it. It's snowing outside so no tennis
Flying in Executive One with my wife.
I slept. zzzzz
i still cant beleiva that you in USA choose hussein Obama....
(im not saying this coz of his skin, im saying it of other reasons. like him being only 44 etc etc)
You're right. They should have chosen the Bush wannabe in his 70's with his redneck sidekick 'cause that would have made sense. :-?
Watched it with co-workers.
I was taking midterms, then watched the end of Obama's speech. Damn school wasn't cancelled from snow.
I was getting my kip on!
But leaving out his first name could leave you open to looking a bit biased.
On the money there!
I watched it Online, too bad it's not an option in the Poll, not very Obama 2.0
If half of the people who went to the inauguration got jobs instead, the economy wouldn't be in such shambles.
Don't they have jobs?!
My professor canceled class so people could watch it.
Watched it. Then back to AO.
I was sleeping, I think. He'll still be president whether I saw it happen or not, so it's all cool.
I think it was pretty early in my timezone. What time was it?
i still cant beleiva that you in UK choose to think he is 44 years old when he is 47 years old annd has the 3 years experience more than what you thought
Great minds think alike!
i wanted to watch it, but i had to go to school
Wow you're coming to England? I never knew.
Kip = sleep.
I stopped working and found a TV to watch it. I like witnessing the peaceful and respectful Changing of the Guard in the USA.
Good to know thanks. Yes but not for a year and a half. I'm going to spend three weeks there during Wimby 2010.
Is this post a joke? How do you know that ALL of the people there didn't have jobs? Maybe they took vacation days or used up personal holidays. I know people who were there (or at least in Washington DC) and all 3 of them have jobs. Really not the type of comment I expected from someone attending a decent college.
Hard to get a job when most companies are laying off faster than other companies are hiring, but that's another thread all together.
I was there, and I don't have a job. I should have stayed home and gotten one instead
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