Not Quite What I Meant
When I first mentioned my “Bathroom Blitz” campaign, I had no idea what kind of effect it would have. Would people post signs? Would they stay up or would they be thrown out? Would anybody mention they saw a sign in a bathroom? Why is Martin Bashir on my television?
I was driving to Greensboro, NC to attend a funeral of a dear close friend. There was a diner off of I-81 in Culpeper, VA. I stopped there to grab a bite to eat and that I really, really, really had to go to the bathroom. There was an empty bathroom stall and I went about my business. What I saw on the wall was both pleasing and disappointing.
I am guessing that the URL is supposed to read http://tinyurl.com/ahmnodt which would bring people who type that to this blog. While I may know what it means, the average person may not. The object is not to convince me to vote for me. (I’m pretty sure I will), but to convince the person who has no idea who I am to at least take a look and check out the website.
I didn’t have a marker to make the writing more legible, so I left it as it was. I’ll bring a marker when I swing by on the way back and make it easier to read. Funny thing was I wasn’t really thinking about campaigning while I was mourning, but after seeing this, I am thinking that campaigning is a 24 hour-a-day operation. I will learn how to campaign while I snore when I return on Thursday.
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