Buckeye Back Road tour cont.: We traveled to Luckey, Ohio (pop. 1,000), where we stumped in the downtown area. I passed on a flyer to Town Administrator George Jensen who had a “loaves and fishes” t-shirt on. I smiled and told him I was hoping that loaves and fishes multiplication thing was going to happen with the campaign. George belongs to the Methodist Church here and is quite involved with helping the town food pantry. Great guy. I gave him a card to hang up on the Luckey Municipal Building bulletin board that said: “We’re hoping to get ‘Luckey.'” Get it? (I got a million of ’em.)… We then traveled to Bowling Green, Ohio, — home of Bowling Green State University — where I gave a talk at St. Thomas More Church (primarily to college students). I said people can get so lost in their studies, and academia in general, that they lose sight of trying to tangibly impact the pressing social issues of the day — [like abortion, World Hunger, global warming…] Probably the first time these students were told maybe not to study as much, huh. Note: The following is a link to a Green Party Presidential Candidate Press Conference I participated in last year talking about some of the latter issues.