Friday, June 17, 2005

33rd Anniversary of the Watergate Break-in


Here's proof that I, a known fellow traveler of the Democrats, went and visited the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace in Yorba Linda, California earlier today. And it was very cool. The fact that it was the 33rd anniversary of the Watergate break-in was a complete and total coincidence, a fact I didn't even know until watching Jay Leno tonight - how crazy is that? I'll blog more thoughts about it this weekend.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I need to know where his grave is for my next trip to so cal. Got some spittin' and dancin' to do...

Phil said...

It's actually a very cool museum, didn't you think? I found it fascinating last visit. I wonder if the Reagan Library is half as interesting.

Mike said...

Phil,

After a bad cold this weekend and today I'm trying to get back to normal. I just posted my thoughts on Nixon's library above. I agree it is a very cool museum. I intend to get to the Reagan library when I can, and I'm interested in the others, too (Carter, LBJ, Clinton, Bush I, Truman). In fact, I'll probably statrt a presidential library "life-list" to go along with my major league baseball stadium life list.