Thursday, February 21, 2008

Liverpool, Food Reviews, and Barack Obama

Well its approxmately 38min past 10 this Thursday morning and I'm sitting in Wanda's reflecting on the three subjects listed above in the title. For those of you Champions League followers yes, Liverpool opened up Round of 16 play with a stunning 2-0 victory over Inter Milan. Both goals came late in the second half and for this Wanda's blogger helped start the week off on a great note. I encourage all those sports fans out there who have resisted International Soccer and give and and let your world be rocked by the one of the most exciting sports that is relevant to every country, and every culture. I'd like to also point out that ManU only eeked out a 1-1 tie with Lyon. Who's Premier now....

Moving on...

If haven't already noticed, I added a new link to my link list on the left hand side of the page titled "Hole in the Wall". Significance? Now hold your horses, steeds and stalions I'll tell ya. "Hole in the Wall" is a new blog that is dedicated to food reviews of hole in the wall restraunts within and outside the Inland Empire. The first review will be done Sat. Feb 23rd. Reviews will be done by Ethan Johnstone and myself as well as various guest writers as the year goes on so be on the look out.

Lastly, I was looking at my latest copy of "The Economist" which presents the question: "Can Barack Obama deliver if elected President of the United States?" I find this to be a very good question. He sure can enspire and motivate but can he really accomplish what he preaches?(Change)and can he really carry out the duties as President without much experience within executive politics? So what do you thing BloggerNation? Can Obama Deliver?

2 comments:

carsonbelmont said...

I am very excited about hole in the wall reviews!

.escamilla. said...

1.) i wish i had the time to stay on top of the many futbol games that go on in the world but it ain't happenin any time soon. maybe if i subscribe to your blog, it'll keep me up to date. i do love me some soccer. and europeans. :)

2.) getchoeaton - awesome.

3.) can anyone deliver? i'd like to think that obama (with the help of the hope and movement among the people) can deliver what he claims. i try to remember that he (or whomever wins) is going to inherit one pile of crap to sort through. it's going to take years of rebuild for america to get in the best place she can...but it is possible. personally, i think obama would have much better communication internationally...but we'll see.