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Well, it's the day after November 11th, which is my mom’s birthday, and Veterans’ Day in the good, ole’ U.S. of A.
Here in S.I.A, I’m dreaming of fall leaves, the first snow fall, and Mom’s turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. I guess I’ll have to stick to palm trees, orchids, and rice curry.
I'm tired of politics, and will take a break from the subject for a while, but since the media show the following graphic, with Bush taking the red states, Kerry the blue:
... it looks as though Bush won by a landslide. But size (in land!) doesn't matter. Population, however, does. For an alternative look at U.S.election demographics, check out this site. It offers a spin on those abundant red states, and those little blue states.
If we size the states by population, this is a more accurate graphic.
For you Matrix fans out there: which will you swallow:red or the blue pill? Or, is it all the same, in the end? Are Bush and Kerry really THAT different?