Come on, you just knew it was going to happen.
You just knew when that porn-at-work thing in the Office of Attorney General broke in September there were other state employees taking deep breaths (and not from excitement) while trying to scrub their email in-boxes and sent items.
So now, of course, we've got another state agency where workers have been reprimanded and in some cases suspended for trading porn at work on government computers.
Don't go to church? Ever? You're likely voting Democratic.
Woman voter angry at the GOP's "war on women?" You're numbers are anemic.
Those conclusions come from a trove of national exit polling data from this year's mid-term elections.
And now comes news that in Tom Wolf's lean and leaner plans for serving in office it could be a long time before he gets, well, an office.
You likely already know that the incoming Democratic governor is foregoing his state salary and benefits, choosing not to the live in the Governor's Mansion in Harrisburg and planning to drive his Jeep to and from work in the Capitol from his York County home 22 miles away.
Well, the Harrisburg Patriot-News now is reporting there's a possibility a long-planned renovation of the Governor's Office, actually a suite of offices on the third floor, south-end of the Capitol, could displace Wolf for up to a year.
A little-noted result of the 2014 elections puts Pennsylvania in an interesting, maybe even unique position with regard to political power in a state that often seems electorally schizophrenic.
Think about it. We routinely vote Democratic in presidential elections and lately (and increasingly) Republican in legislative elections. And overall we currently split the difference in terms of public clout.
All three statewide row offices are held by Democrats: Attorney General Kathleen Kane; Auditor General Gene DePasquale; Treasurer Rob McCord (remember him?).
Even in an election year when PA did something different -- oust an incumbent governor for the first time ever -- it also managed to do a couple of things the same.
It once again voted below the national average. And it once again voted below the rate of most states (32 states did better), according to preliminary data on eligible voters compiled by the U.S. Elections Project.
You can see the turnout rates of all states here.
And now we have the case of a race in suburban Harrisburg. It's a race that just ended but that over last weekend got a little post-Election Day bump over, well, race.
Seems Stilp showed up at a Greater Harrisburg NAACP awards dinner to protest the chapter's choice in honoring Republican state Rep. Sue Helm.
Even though results of Pennsylvania's 2014 governor's election offered no real surprises, they did present just a few fun facts.
For example, the percentage of victory for Tom Wolf (54-45) is the same victory spread Tom Corbett enjoyed in 2010 over Pittsburgh Democrat Dan Onorato (54-45).
Also, Democrat Wolf lost his home county (York) to Corbett, and Corbett lost his home county (Allegheny) to Wolf.
Outside the cavernous Utz Arena, part of the sprawling York Fairgrounds, a "Union First" AFL-CIO sound truck blared Bruce Springsteen's "Glory Days" as friends, supporters and wannabe better friends of Tom Wolf filed inside for an election night party.
They were not disappointed. Not only did their guy, a first-time candidate and Democratic newcomer to statewide politics, easily unseat incumbent Gov. Tom Corbett, he also showed he can toss off a self-congratulatory gala.
There were the obligatory huge Wolf signs and giant American flag.