Thursday, November 18, 2004
More Car Talk
While cleaning off refrigerator recently, found this little note someone had attached to my windshield years and years ago when my car was young. I swear I never touched this guy's precious car, honestly. I merely parked next to it in a cramped parking garage.
I didn't sleep for many nights afterwards. No one ever contacted me. And my car cost $15,025, ya moron, not $10,000.
Good morning, friends. Gloomy and warm this morning, not a shred of good news, except perhaps unemployment claims dropped a trifle, though no one points out that in many places it was a short work week because of Veteran's Day.
I take that back. The Clinton Library opens today, Bill's pride and joy, and I wish I could be there to see it. Little Rock is a pretty place, if you ignore the town itself. I did some work for Alltel several years ago, and always wanted to go back and do a painting of the (I think) Arkansas river that runs behind their corporate headquarters.
A presidential timeline opens with Clinton's 1993 inaugural address and his dream for the nation: "There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America."Just hope you're right, Mr. Last-Legitimate-President.
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