Sorry guys, I was hoping that we'd be well into Spring by now, but it seems as though the groundhog lied this year. The weather forecast predicts warm weather by tomorrow, however, so hang on for one more day!
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No, Phil said more winter. I understand the Queens Zoo got rid of their groundhog and got something imported from somewhere like Latin America or whatever, who, altough was totally clueless as to local conditions, had the 'right' pedigree and whose utterances was therefor covered as gospel truth by the Queens weeklies.
Thank you Crapper for the beautiful Springtime photos you have published over the past few weeks (I was just "yanking your chain" recently.) You see the beauty that still exists DESPITE the ugliness that the vermin pols, developers, and rag sellers wallow in. As Ed Sullivan might have said: "Stand up, Crapper, and take a bow!"
Will there be a Summertime series?
[I wanna yank the chain some more.]
Thank you, George. You can't yank my chain because the modern-day bowls have handles...
I just got home from work and was actually warm. I think Spring has finally sprung. Thank goodness because I couldn't take the gloominess much longer!
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