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Eleanor Mondale video


A few weeks ago my head was spinning. No, not because I was hungover or on drugs. Nobody hit me in the head with a pipe wrench, much as I deserved it. No, my head was spinning from running around with my video camera taping people like Howard Dean and Eleanor Mondale. If I had a moment to rest I would've thunk, "Hey, this is pretty freakin' cool!"

Here's the video of Eleanor Mondale and article on mspmag.com. It's just a foo-foo magazine shoot video, but she did end up singing everyone's favorite Suburbs song, "Love is the Law." She's a towering, radiant figure in person. She's sassy and immediately likable. After reading the article, I have a new appreciation for her and for the power of optimism.

November 20, 2006 at 02:32 AM in Videoblogging | Permalink


I'd hit that, still.

Posted by: Rex at Nov 21, 2006 12:43:15 AM


the article was too tasteful to mention my favorite Mondale trivia -she's totally in the Kenneth Starr report.

Posted by: chuck at Nov 21, 2006 4:40:05 AM