Ok, quick rundown on me: baseball, beers, some good grubbing in the form of pizza / wings / burritos, that's a perfect evening. I'm a Twitter / Facebook obsessive, I drive way too fast and I love to have a good time and not stress about anything. Life's just too short for that nonsense, especially when there's good times to be had.
You can catch my sweet sounds on The Brew Saturdays and Sundays from 3p-9p and whenever someone calls out hungover!
So this is what the election process has come to?
We're going to Gustine, California and taking a look at a tied vote at the school board District 4 seat. Rocco DiConza vs. Loretta Rose for the job and they each got 97 votes. According to the rules of the school board, they would draw lots to figure out who got the position. After debating what to do, they rolled dice and Loretta held on to her seat.
I have to question this. Maybe this was ok back in 1920 when they came up with the rule of drawing lots but this needs to be updated! Think about the mess that the Presidential election was in 2000. What if it was decided upon Bush and Gore throwing dice like it was a craps table in Vegas? You would think Gustine, California could come up with something better.
The only time I want to see something like this is a coin flip at a football game, and even then I wonder. Certainly not for elected officials!