Friday, February 17, 2006

Full Moon 

The image at the top of this blog is the full moon just after sunset, taken from Medina Road in Woodland Hills CA. It is not the sun through the smoggy Los Angeles haze. It is the full moon at sunset.

500 ballots received so far. The leaders in most categories have not changed since the first sampling. I've said for the past two years that I've intended to post some comments about voting patterns -- how many voters vote in how many categories, etc. -- and not gotten around to it; I'll intend to do so again this year. Soon. It's not about the results, it's about the patterns.

Still getting over the flu.
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