Lonewacko has friends in high places
Sep. 19, 2003: Driving through Troy, I spotted the headquarters of the Tutunjian for Mayor campaign. Since I was having trouble finding the visitor's information center, and since I wanted to know where I could score some hummous, falafel, tahini, and all the other good things I had come to take for granted back in L.A., I stopped by.
I visibly winced when he said he was a Republican. Despite being a proud member of the VRWC, I'm uncomfortable meeting my fellow righties. I'd rather meet lefties, because a) the women are reportedly easier, and b) I enjoy baiting them. He also informed me that there aren't Zankous or Sevans in the Albany area. I concluded there are no large masses of Armenian women there either, so I moved on.