President George W. Bush, perhaps best known for throwing out the first pitch before Game 4 of this year's World Series, put it all down on paper in his autobiography, “Decision Points,” and area residents can pick up a copy for a few dead presidents Tuesday morning when the author signs copies of the book at Borders bookstore at Preston Road and Royal Lane in Dallas.
But I kid ol’ Georgie. We go way back.
The serious part is getting in to tomorrow’s really big show. Customers need to show up early to clear Secret Service scans — really, the cavity searches are just their way of saying, “Hi” — and receive first-come first-served wristbands for the privilege of buying said book.
And in the interest of open records, according to a press release, “Media will be permitted to cover the top of the book signing only.” What does that mean?
Anyway, go on out and tell Dubya I said hello. He’ll remember. No, he probably won't.
Bruce Felps owns and operatesEast Dallas Times, an online community news outlet serving the White Rock Lake area. He prefers nonfiction.