The big career dreams Hillary Clinton enjoyed while studying law at Yale might be getting cut short. The unthinkable has become thinkable: She could be shut out of politics. Bernie Sanders could be the Democratic nominee. Or in the general election, Donald Trump could crush
So, it's time to start your memoir about where you were when Clinton announces it's over. She will continue to contribute to the betterment of America and the world by doing X or Y. That could be philanthropy or even becoming a law professor at her alma mater. Yale is based in New Haven, Connecticut, a short Metro North RR commute from her digs in Westchester Count, New York.
So, where will you be? When JFK was shot I and my college roommate were visiting a professor. Her buddy from the college's career placement office called with the news. Of course, we were hustled out. We wept into our beers at the bar.
When 9/11 happened, I was on the phone with a former colleague who had been fired. He couldn't understand why anyone could hate America. Instantly I got it why he couldn't hold a job: He wasn't enough into the unique American brand of capitalism.
As a marketing stunt, Sanders can put out there the question where folks want to be when Hillary throws in the towel. The best 10 entries get to tickets to the swearing-in.