Good Lord. Maybe they should have given the the Clinton campaign some say in the convention.
Nothing better to rouse the blue collar guys than a sailboat skimming across Nantucket Bay.
Ted Kennedy is "Still the One".
UPDATE: Charles said last night: "When are they going to bring on the big speakers? I can't stay up much past ten."
I know Denver is on mountain time, but I'm wrapping things up by 8:30 central and have my nose stuffed in a book by nine most nights. Ted Kennedy came on at 8:30 central, 9:30 in the east, with Michelle Obama much later.
The only thing that kept me up was the new HDTV. Lyman had to have it for the upcoming football season. Anderson Cooper needed a shave. He was developing a shadow on his upper lip.
So I couldn't help but think of the guy who drove here two hours from Winnfield, installed a new dish in the rain, then drove back two hours to Winnfield to the office, then home for some supper and relaxation. That's your conscientious blue-collar worker, too tired to watch past nine.
Have they scheduled the other major speakers as late?
On the other hand, people with school-aged kids can't catch a breath before that time.