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says thank you.
2009-08-18 - 12:24 p.m.
Work stays busy during the evening.
There were a couple school districts that went back in yesterday, but most won't go back for another couple weeks or so.
I don't know what it is, but this summer seems different. Not because of the economy - this summer just feels strange. I'm not sure what it is.
Oh well. It will be over soon.
The White House has disabled the e-mail address to send "fishy" information about health care.
Hey, I did my part - I forwarded an e-mail I got about really cheap Viagra from Canada. That information sure looked "fishy" to me.
They should have done this instead.
Now, you all have seen the poster with Obama dressed as Heath Ledger's version of The Joker, right?
The artist has gotta be a racist white right-wing extremist, right?
Wrong. On all counts.
Okay, onward into the breach.
Be seeing you.
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