In our ongoing attempt to make Election Day more enjoyable, we turn to the wisdom and resourcefulness of that great American, Tubby Tompkins.
As you go to the voting booth (or mail your ballot), take a moment to enjoy this delightful 1950 story by John Stanley and Irving Tripp.
Stanley rarely trafficked in overt political commentary. In this story, he suggests that the behavior of adult men, vying for powerful positions and public offices, aren't too far removed, in their behavior, from children.
Some behaviors learned on the playground continue to influence adults in the big, bad "real world." This season's political circus is evident--and sufficient-- proof of this theory. Enjoy!
No post-story commentary today... just a friendly reminder to cast your ballot!