So instead of further whining about being tired, I'll pass along this interesting item from the Washington Post. As many of you know, today was the day for the electoral college to really elect the President. Maryland law requires the electors to meet in the State House. But the Maryland State House is being renovated and is closed until some time in January. They ended up meeting in a Senate office building, but I kind of liked the image of electors in hard hats. (By the way, the Maryland State House is the oldest in continuous legislative use in the U.S. and is well worth seeing.)
I also liked the editorial headline for a piece on the journalist who threw a shoe at Bush yesterday. I don't know if Dan Froomkin came up with "The Sole of a Nation" himself, but it still made me smile.