Reading State of Denial, Bush at War Part III, by Bob Woodward. Apparently Woodward, in this third book of the series, finally gets it right and drops its "pro Bush" mentality. Who knew that if you fired 300,000 Iraqi soldiers that there would be problems? Who knew that, if you walked into a war with no plan, that things wouldn't just fall into place?

When he wants to read something that won't make his head hurt, he reads science fiction (Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land is a favorite) or fantasy--he's read almost all of Mercedes Lackey's books.

Note my lunch leftovers on the circular table. Even if you are very hungry, NEVER order two tuna fish sandwiches. One is plenty and two is over kill.