January 14th 2011
Today, I went to class. Then I ate at Pines with Adam, seeing a glimpse of Jessica as I was walking back to my other class. After that, I went to pick up my books from Geisel. Maybe now I can start my reading. NAH!
Then I went back to my apartment to rest for a few hours because I was oddly tired for no reason. I visited Germaine at work for a couple hours, before finally ending the night eating at Phil’s BBQ with Julia, Alex, Tyler, Victoria Payne, Geetha, & Bijan. Then I visited Lauren for a bit before heading back to my apartment to rest. I felt a little guilty about something, but I’ll discuss that at another time. The ICRA Retreat is tomorrow.
The Republican National Committee tossed out controversy-plagued chairman Michael Steele Friday and tapped Wisconsin GOP Chairman Reince Priebus to lead the debt-ridden party organization into the 2012 presidential election cycle.
On January 14th, 1942, A reluctant but resigned Frankin D. Roosevelt signed the War Department’s blanket Executive Order 9066, which authorized the physical removal of all Japanese Americans into internment camps. FAIL. But he did have some precedent. During the war, Abraham Lincoln subspended habeus corpus in an effort to silence opposition to the North’s means by which to preserve the Union. Good for them.
P.S.: But that’s enough for now, he never wanted to leave you broken. He would’ve held you, things your father never told you.