And with those presidential elections that happened yesterday, this day must be some sort of historical day in history not known since the beginning of time in America and as old as America itself with the election of a president yesterday. And so I found myself wandering around in search of a newspaper for one of those collectors editions on this what is being called a historic day in the presidential elections, and those newspapers were all sold out by 8am this morning and nowhere to be found. And the only thing left in their place were "Sold Out" signs. And I must have encountered about four other people who were on one of those same in search of a newspaper for a collectors item of those presidential elections yesterday as I was. And after about the tenth store, I gave up in search of that presidential collectors edition of a newly elected president of America. And this election is bringing terms into the news like "Jim Crow". And who or what is a Jim Crow and a Jim Crow Law. And that can be a whole another blog posting. And today's edition of the New York Metro Newspaper, that free newspaper that I happen to get a copy of today, says the word of the day is: Free: adjective 1. enjoying personal rights of liberty, as a person who is not in slavery: a land of free people. 2. existing under, characterized by, or possessing civil and political liberties that are, as a rule, constitutionally guaranteed by representative government: the free nations of the world. And not since memory, have I heard and seen the sounds and cries of joy in the streets as I have heard last night. Have a great election day after.