It was a Sunday afternoon like any other. I had finished a wonderful round of golf and having downed a couple of Advil, three Ibuprofen, and two gel cap Tylenol, I settled slowly into the hot tub to help work out the kinks. This is the time I usually log in to my super secret website and gather the data from the latest Sachs Report Survey. I was so proud and taken by what I saw, that if I were less of the manly man that I am, I would have dropped a few tears out of pride.
And what, you ask, would be the reason for my keveling? Question 4! "Would you vote for or against your local state or federal representative if they were found to be corrupt, but they were also responsible for getting your business favorable loan or zoning considerations?" A resounding 100 percent of Sachs Report Survey participants voted against supporting the scoundrels in favor of good old-fashioned ethics and morality. I was so proud of my consumer electronics brothers and sisters that I decided to forgo my usual Yin Yoga and post-golf facial and went right back to my computer to let you all know about your confirmation to heaven.
Honestly when I wrote the question, I felt as though I knew which general result to expect. However, having spent time with many of you during the phono-cartridge retail days, I would at least have expected to find a few of you, especially those of you with a retail background in Chicago or anywhere in Louisiana, to have voted in support of Huey Long or Mayor Richard J. Daley. It is because of you all that I can continue to hold my head high as I walk down the vacuum cleaner aisle at my local Best Buy.