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When It Rains
2009-03-04 - 12:52 p.m.
Woke up this morning...to rain. It started coming down pretty hard about ten minutes after I got up.
I'll probably have to leave early for work, because people here in So Cal forget how to drive in the rain. So they drop their speed down about 50%, on the freeways and the surface streets.
Usually it takes me about fifteen minutes to get to my job. Today I should probably allow an hour.
Just to be sure.
Well, the Senate voted yesterday to keep about 8,500 earmarks in a spending bill of $410 billion.
But...but...President Obama said there wouldn't be ANY earmarks! Does this mean he'll veto it?
This headline says it all.
Talk about the fox guarding the henhouse.
Well, I better get in the shower and get started.
Be seeing you.
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