OK, there's something weird going on.
First, let me admit that, as a Democrat, I'm fully supportive of Michelle Nunn seeking election to the U.S. Senate. Like any first hire, she's a crap shoot. But, she's got a great first name, which I hope to see much more of in the run-up to 2016.
There, having admitted my personal bias and not being entirely over-the-top enthused (yes, I know it's not a word) by Ms. Nunn, I have to say that, while the latest video out of the Nunn shop is sort of lame, the Youtube response is really peculiar. Indeed, it is something I've never encountered before in uploading 93 videos myself.
To be specific, I encountered what can only be termed a "caution" on a video which the campaign obviously desired to be spread through social media. To wit:
This video is unlisted. Be considerate and think twice before sharing.
"Unlisted?" Is that supposed to be like an unlisted phone number that only intimates are supposed to have?
Why is it that the internet being a public venue is so difficult to comprehend.
More attention needs to be paid to Ms. Frances Persons:
Some people touch our lives in ways that change us forever. Miss Elizabeth Cannon, as I knew her in the 1930's, was one of those people.Let's hope Michelle inherited the love of numbers. We could sure use that in Washington.
As my seventh grade teacher, Miss Cannon helped me develop a love of mathematics that has lasted a lifetime. Her kindness, patience, and generosity, set an example that had an enormous influence on me.
This year, I had the chance to connect with Michelle Nunn and I can tell you this – it doesn't surprise me one bit that Miss Cannon's granddaughter has dedicated her life to public service.
Like the use of the word "public."