Spent a bit of time looking over the three potential PMs in the upcoming parliamentary elections (6 May) in the UK. It's a bit weird, from an American perspective, to see the equivalent of our congressional and presidential elections in one unitary piece - while Clegg, Brown, and Cameron are all running as if they were running for president, the PM comes out of whosever party wins a majority of seats (or builds a coalition to do so). It would be amusing if Clegg, Brown, or Cameron were to lose their seat in the elections despite their party winning parliament - I imagine that's unlikely. So.. there are three axes for analysis( Collapse )
Oh, also it's hilarious watching my female cat trying to eat apples - her teeth arn't really suitable for it so she grumbles at me the whole time she works on it, licking it like a lollipop. Occasionally the other cat comes around to try to compete for what she clearly sees as the most wonderful food in the world, and he walks off with a disgusted look on his face when he smells the apple. Same thing with bananas, really.
Disappointed at my utter failure to find dinner, activity, or other companions this weekend, but it's really par for the course. Sigh.