I certainly am keeping the TV and radio OFF. I'm not visiting any news media sites today either - not even local ones - for fear that I might see some reference to the hoopla and falderal.
I saw enough the other day when one of the major network news dudes did quite a spin about the numbers of persons whoi might be expected in DC today. He said that the first term is always about hope and the second about reality. What a farce. If our media actually worried or cared about reality, they'd call every liberal on every lie they make. But, alas, our media is and has been biased for years.
In our local newspaper the other day, they were speaking with folks who had been to the last inauguration. One church sent 9 buses last time. They sent none this time. But the same article had someone else claiming that they were carrying on for the area and taking 9 of their own buses to make up for that church not going. But there was a difference. The last time those 9 buses were real buses, you know, the kind that have about 50 seats in them. The folks going from this area this time are taking 9 15-passenger vans, not buses. So, big difference.
Anyway...it's great not having the TV on. Instead, I've been listening to some of Grandma's favorite hymns, as well as some patriotic songs. I might even listen to some oldies. If I have to sit in front of the TV, I'll check to see which videos I haven't seen yet.
What are you doing instead of drooling over Obama?