The campaign rolls on… We were interviewed by the newspaper at Appalachacolla, Florida. I told the editor that in Grand Junction, Colorado, we researched a two-story hospital (Marillac Hospital) staffed by volunteer doctors, volunteer nurses and other volunteer citizenry who do intake, janitorial, landscaping… Everything is on a minimal sliding fee scale here for people without healthcare insurance. What’s more, this would work in every county in the country — and is part of our ‘JoeCare’ platform… In Carrabelle, Florida, I went around the town putting up fliers on a multi-tude of bulletin boards (our answer to the Super PAC multi-million dollar TV ads). At a ’50s diner there, I circled the part of the flier that says we’d like to see the country go back to the ’50s in a lot of respects. (And we’re doing this all without paid political consultants. I just figured that would play well at the diner. Smart, huh.)… From Carrabelle, we headed north for a whistle-stop event in Tallahassee. After the event, we stopped at the Metro-deli where when you order a bagel, the guy taking the order literally throws it (fastball, curve ball, it’s pretty amazing) to the guy by the toaster. I told the guys that if I’m asked to ‘throw out the first bagel’ somewhere, I’d bring them in from the bullpen. Onward to Georgia, and the Georgia On My Mind Tour (Part III). We pride ourselves in originality.