You can see a local news story on the happening here. I actually think it's neat that Kashkari did this, if only because it creates discussion. People have a lot of fabricated ideas about people on the street; many don't realize just how easy it is to get there.
So much for politics. Now I'm going back to watching a vintage episode of "Daniel Boone" that has been sitting on my DVR for a couple of weeks. I miss the old westerns and this one was pretty decent, even though now that I'm older I'm more aware of some of the show politics that went on between the cast members. I guess it's just part of humanity; still, I recently learned that it was essentially Patricia Blair that forced Veronica Cartwright off the series. Cartwright talked about it an interview that I saw. Apparently, with the youthful actress growing up and starting to be paired romantically with characters, Blair felt threatened that she was made to be older. Actresses are sadly vain like that all too often, and it's a shame since the redhead was a very beautiful woman.
And with that, I revive my Orry's Orations blog, at least to some degree for now. Anyone out there? Have a great day!