Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Questions Workshop

The link below is the icebreaker activity for my Questions workshop tomorrow. Watch it, and if you don't laugh, I'll give you your money back!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkGCcFhH-8I

As my wife would say, "Freakin' hilarious!"

Who Loves Ya, Baby?

Warning: Political Posting

I'm reading Barack Obama's The Audacity of Hope, and it's a compelling read. He has apparently pulled in 20 million dollars for his presidential campaign, which is just a few million behind Hillary...

Last week Rev. Jesse Jackson endorsed Obama, and I thought, hmm... the endorsement solidifies Obama's Democratic credentials, of course, but in his book he discusses the importance of being above politics, and not falling victim to the "right vs. left" dichotomy. Jackson's a pretty polarizing figure, but what's Obama to do? Could he refuse the endorsement, and if he did, would that show that he's rising above politics or surrendering to the very dichotomy he claims to oppose?

Obama is for real, and I humbly predict that he will be the next president.