For our date last night, Paul and I went to St. Paul to see what's it like outside the RNC. Well, the city was turned into some NY-type place. It was surprisingly packed with people of different purposes and ideologies. It's usually filled with cars and not with people. All kinds of mad and slightly-mad protesters, excited spectators of the RNC broadcasted live on the LCD screens around, preachers preaching the Gospel of repentance and salvation in Jesus Christ, ordinary Democratic Party supporters who booed John McCain's speech, beautiful Republican Party supporters (Paul and I and others :) who were unafraid to cheer McCain in public in this general liberal city/state), people who are in the middle ground, vendors, media both for internet and TV, yes, Hollywood actors, police and etc.. The city was heavily guarded. Problems of riots were present but solved. I was just happy to see streets busy with people and not with cars and the fact that it's only 20 minutes drive from us.
St. Paul is a beautiful city. There are world-class restaurants around. Paul and I went to Meritage for dinner. The food is so so good! I had Shrimp and Crab Rissoto, yum yum yum! If ever you come to St. Paul, you can stay at St. Paul Hotel. It's beautiful. McCain and other important Republican figures stayed there.
Name the Hollywood actor in the picture with Paul and I.