Everyone remembers where they were when the Towers collapsed, when the Wall came down, when Lennon/Kennedy/King was killed.
One day, when asked, "Where were you when the 33 Chilean miners were rescued?" I'll be able to say I was watching...
the third and final gubernatorial debate.
This week's Capital Notes Podcast looks back at a political event where even the reporters who showed up to cover it were glued to nearby TV sets to check on the Chilean rescue, instead of the faceoff between Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman.
Capitol Weekly's Anthony York and I chat about the highlights and lowlights, and the state of the race with only 18 days to go.