Okay, not really. This is meaningless, but kind of humorous.
Gore Daughter Suffers 'Fuzzy Geography'
October 24, 2000 11:30 am EST
EVERETT, Wash. (Reuters) - Democratic presidential nominee Al Gore's daughter experienced a bout of what could be called "fuzzy geography" at a campaign rally, stumbling over a state capital lesson she said her father helped her learn.
Kristin Gore, 23, said at a rally for Gore that her father had helped her in many areas of her childhood -- comforting her when her dog died, attending her soccer games, and helping her memorize names of The Beatles' albums "in chronological order."
"He also was the guy who helped me study for my third-grade state capital quiz -- Seattle, I got it down," she said, clearly startling the large crowd. The capital of Washington is Olympia.
Both Gores let the error slide. "More importantly," than the other lessons, Kristin said, "he and my mother have taught my sisters and my brother and me the value of public service."