Where the vulture glides descending
On an asphalt highway bending
Thru libraries and museums, galaxies and stars
Down the windy halls of friendship
To the rose clipped by the bullwhip
The motel of lost companions
Waits with heated pool and bar.
But me I'm not stopping there,
Got my own row left to hoe
Just another line in the field of time
When the thrashers comes, I'll be stuck in the sun
Like the dinosaurs in shrines
But I'll know the time has come
To give what's mine.
-Neil Young, Thrasher
An 89-year-old man driving through a crowd at a summer festival panicked after striking one pedestrian and lurched his station wagon through the throng, injuring 27 people, city officials and witnesses said.
Ned Lamont, who is challenging three-term incumbent Sen. Joe Lieberman in the Aug. 8 Democratic primary, and several campaign workers were among those in the crowd.
Lamont, who was campaigning at festival, was not injured, but three of the staffers were treated for various injuries, spokeswoman Liz Dupont-Diehl said.
Unlike the Lieberyouth, the Lamont staffers are giving blood, sweat, and tears.