2PP104 – 16 April 2015

DSCN0477We start with light-hearted stuff, like Jason hates fitted sheets. Jason shocks Arthur when he talks about still paying bills by cheque—well, he’d use a check, probably. Jason is going to the closing date of Mama Mia, a show he’s talked about before. We also talk a bit out the Cherry Blossom Festival in DC—and all the other things going on at the same time. He also went to Opening Day for the Washington Nationals. Arthur, on the other hand, had a less fun time.

When we turn to politics, we start with the recent announcements for candidates for president by Rubio and Clinton. We also talk about the problem Republicans face in their campaigns, especially whoever their eventual nominee is. Money is a problem for Republicans, too, because of what it does to their nomination process.

Everyone’s welcome to leave a comment (agree or disagree!).

Links for this episode:
As it turns out, Arthur blogged about folding fitted sheets
All Jason’s blog posts tagged “Cherry Blossoms”
Jason’s Blog
Arthur’s blog, podcasts and videos can be accessed here.

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One Response to 2PP104 – 16 April 2015

  1. Roger Green says:

    http://www.nps.gov/cherry/cherry-blossom-history.htm 1941: December 11, four cherry trees were cut down in suspected retaliation for the Japanese attack against the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The exact reason for the vandalism never was substantiated. In hopes of preventing future damage during the Second World War, the trees were referred to as the “Oriental” flowering cherry trees.

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