If, unlike me, you're not working today in Central PA, you're going to be dealing with weather, thunderstorms and high wind. If the forecasters are correct, especially the high wind. We're under a high wind warning that begins at 0800 this morning and ends at 0800 tomorrow morning. That means things are going to blowing all over my neighborhood. Usually this means a stray garbage can will blow into my backyard.
I went to my local Giant supermarket yesterday, and when I got I home I gave my lawn a really big look at and realized I'm going to need to get my little mower out. This is what spring means, growing grass that needs to be mowed, and I don't mind. I don't mind being outside.
And I painted more of my trim yesterday. I only put in about an hour at time. I should have much finished on Tuesday, the first day of my weekend. And Wednesday I'm planning on finishing off my kitchen ceiling.
Each day, publication for The Body Under Ice gets closer. I'm excited. Yesterday afternoon I finished the last of the corrections from editor #4. Today the manuscript will go out to the fifth and final editor.
I made shrimp Lo mein for dinner last night. The noodles ended up getting overcooked because of printer issues. Even though they're too soft, they're still edible. Half was dinner and the other half is going to be lunch today.
And yesterday was a sad day for Fox News.... so get out your party hats. A judge has ruled that Dominion has produced enough evidence to send their lawsuit against the tabloid network to trial. Old Rupert is going to court... again. That old fool has been sued before and has usually settled out of court. Not this time. Rupert's luck with juries is bad. The prime example is the lawsuit brought against News of the World, a now defunct newspaper owned by Murdoch. A brief synopsis: reporters for that paper hacked into the phone of girl who had been kidnapped and murdered, and wrote articles saying she was alive, and Rupert knew they were doing this. Things went down badly for Rupert. From the information that has so far been released, Rupert knew his on-air personalities were lying about election fraud in 2020 and did nothing to stop them. News of the World was shut down. Let's hope the same thing happens to Fox.
If Fox news was shut down it would not leave a void. All I can say, if it should happen, is good ridance.ReplyDelete
No, it wouldn't leave a void, but it would raise the bar on how much deceit these wackos can spew.Delete
Boy will not be funny to see Fox News disappear?ReplyDelete
Meanwhile I'm hoping those high winds don't come. Our lawn guy was here this week and the property right now looks lovely, spring cleanups done the garden's Edged and everything tan barked and blooms abound.
No grass moved yet though. I'm very strict about letting that get as high as I can before it's first mowing. I like to give it time to get nice and Lush and green.
I really just want to see the smug smiles scrub from Ingraham's, and Carlson's faces. I'm all for the mowing.Delete
Of all the phone hacking claims, what they did to murdered schoolgirl Millie Dowler was the worst (allegedly)!!!!! Her desperate parents were calling her cellphone constantly and the hacker (again, allegedly) was deleting their messages, thus making them think she was still alive! Just disgusting!ReplyDelete
And Rupert had no problem with this going on because it sold papers. He is truly vile. And it's happening to him again because he'll never learn.Delete
We have been warned about tremendous rain and high winds for today and none of it has shown up.ReplyDelete
I feel sorry for Fox News
.that's my audition line proving I can lie with the best of them,.
We got the rain and winds, not around 8 in the morning, closer to 4 in the afternoon. If I were you, I wouldn't wait around for a call-back.ReplyDelete