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Thursday, August 12, 2004



The weather today is scrumtrulescent. Absolutely scrumtrulescent.


Hmmm .... well, I guess I don't have enough hurricane experience to have faith that the preamble to one is drier air. Up here, if a storm is heading your way, you can track its speed by the increasing humidity and the coressponding hair flop.


And the poor spelling.


The circulation generally pulls whatever weather is north of the localities to the west of the storm center(s), and in this case it's pleasant stuff. If the TexArkLa region had nasty storms of it own, they'd be tracking on down to get into the action and we'd be wet and mizzable.

ANYway, just so's I'm on record as having notified you, but I can see how you might have trouble getting away now that your NJ Gubbinor is about to announce his resignation due to heinous plague scandals. He must be a Dembot™ because the AP release doesn't have any letters after his name.


No no - breaking news! It's not the regular bunch of scandals that have been following him around. This is a new one.


Dead girl, live boy or organ-grinder's monkey?


And yes, he is a democrat. Last year, there was a corrupt state senator - Robert Torrocelli - also a democrat, who was sinking in the polls from the scandals clinging to him so the powers that be got him to resign and they put someone cleaner in his seat, who was then re-elected. I thought this was a repaet of the Torrocelli Maneuver, but no! - it is a story that belongs to McGreevey alone. Well, not exactly alone.


Note: The first two-thirds of the above scandal projection was a statement attributed to Edwin W. Edwards, Louisiana's only 5 term Governor (currently serving his 5th term as a guest in a Federal Correction Facility in Texas) as being the only sexcapade revelations that could preclude his re-election.


Mmmmmmmm, weather. I'm going to cut my grass - with the blade on the highest setting - just so I can enjoy this scrumtrulescent weather. I can feel football in the air.


To celebrate this rare December-Weather-in-August event, we're taking the offspring to the Global Wildlife Center to feed some zebras and gyraphs.

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