Monday, May 24, 2004

I'm watching Bush's address. He's saying a lot of good stuff, even though he can't say "Abu Ghraib" to save his life. Of course, he always says good things, it's his deeds that count. His approval rating is so low, but I think this speech will get it back up. He's saying exactly what everyone's been wanting to hear. But, you know, talk is cheap, so we'll have to see how this all plays out after June 30. Today we went down to the Fashion Show Mall. They actually had a fashion show. Nothing like hard bodies in bikinis and high heels strolling down the catwalk to a remix of "The Girl from Ipanema." I snapped a couple pics on my camera phone, but they really weren't that great. We didn't wind up buying anything, but it seemed like all the clothes looked the same in every store. We walked down to the mall from Bellagio and passed through the funnest part of the whole walk, the Harrah's Boardwalk. They always have a stage with a band and dancers, today they had imitation Earth, Wind, and Fire (let's groove tonight, share the spice of life), and we even saw an Elvis impersonator. Only in Vegas.

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