Saturday was a good day overall. I took the LSAT Saturday morning, and I think it went well. (Of course I won’t know until I get the score back.) I was freaked out big time as I couldn’t sleep the night before, but thankfully God saved my butt big time because I was actually fairly pumped and ready to go by the time I drove to UIW in San Antonio.

Then in the afternoon kicked back and watched the Texas-OU game. Normally I am a UT fan, but when they play OU then all bets are off. Overall it was the best OU-Texas game I have ever seen, and was especially impressed with the performance of OU’s Jason White who filled in as QB for the last 3 quarters of the game. I remember seeing Jason play for Tuttle (the rival of my old High School in Newcastle, OK). He was an amazing player then, and is even more amazing now.

Then today, I drove from San Marcos to Austin to catch a plane to OKC. En route though, I heard the news on the radio. The US had began bombing Afghanistan. Talk about the outlook of the world changing fast. This is one ****ed up world we live in folks. I wonder how many civilians died today.

For any of y’all in Austin, stay updated on protest actions this week at www.austinagainstwar.org, or nationally at pax.protest.net.