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2009-08-14 - 12:06 p.m.
Stayed home yesterday. Did laundry and watched some Bullwinkle.
At one point I turned on the light in the living room and the 3-way bulb died. Fortunately, I bought some new ones last week.
Manson follower Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme has been released from prison after serving more than thirty years for attempting to assassinate President Gerald Ford and a later prison escape.
Is she rehabilitated? Is she still a Manson disciple? Will she do more violence?
We probably won't know the answers to those questions until it's too late to do anything about it.
Nothing else to say today.
Since I now have Saturdays off, there MAY be some Saturday posts. No promises for sure.
We'll see what we'll see.
If I don't post tomorrow, have a good weekend.
Be seeing you.
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