continued “I liked his details, the numbers he pulled and his methods,” Dougherty said.
Sandra Kaplan of Cazenovia also enjoyed herself. “I found him very interesting,” she said. “And I thought his demographic analysis was very useful.”
Before finishing, Zogby thanked the Cazenovia Forum for giving him the opportunity to be heard, and as he departed for a reception to meet members of his audience it was hard to not to think of something he said earlier in the evening, while standing at the altar of St. James.
“I am often asked, ‘how do you remember all those numbers?’,” he said. “Well, let me assure you, later this evening there will be an aging [baby] boomer wandering the streets of Cazenovia wondering where he parked his car … the good Lord giveth and the good Lord taketh away.”
Thomas M. Baker is a senior journalism major at Utica College. He can be reached through the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.