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200505170715 No Y today. There’s the guy behind me, talking to himself. Don’t we all? He just quitely mutters.
Last night I watched the PBS documentary about the Battle of the Bulge. No wonder people end up muttering to themselves. Or each other, on cellphones. I think that show is ten years old, and I think that I have watched it before.


Starbucks. No Y today. There’s the guy behind me, talking to himself. Don’t we all? He just quitely mutters.
Last night I watched the PBS documentary about the Battle of the Bulge. No wonder people end up muttering to themselves. Or each other, on cellphones. I think that show is ten years old, and I think that I have watched it before.
As with the first time, I was intrigued with the landscape, as that area is supposedly where my ancestors came from. Luxembourgers. Stuck by how familiar the landscape is, except for the mountains, like central Minnesota.
Listen to the Morning Show. Pondering how my radio habits have changed since Public Radio re-did its format.
Anyway, they played K.D. Lange’s version of After the Gold Rush, from her Tribute to the 49th parallel, followed by Heart of Gold. Neil Young apparently had a anerism awhile ago adn was in the news because he was hack at work.
There’s a semi full of supplies in boxes around the store as the delivery truck was just here. One of those short urban, delivery truck kind of trucks. The other day I watched one of those make a U-turn on Grand. The street was wide enough, the truck made it. But the driver’s side rear wheels of the trailer left the ground. Easy to imagine a rollover.