Monday, January 10, 2005

Beyond the Power of Your Cloud

Every X year out of 10 in Southern California, we get the rain that failed to fall every non-X year. What's more, X year lasts about a week. That's the wet where we're living in now.

Without a doubt I'll be getting check-in calls from both my divorced parents in New Jersey. I used to think it was because California vastness confounds East Coast congestion, and they were Rand McNally-challenged, befuddled by our host of Sans and Santas. But I've come to realize there's a different distance they're worried about, and so we talk in code, whether or not the weather has really affected me at all.


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