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Quote of the Day - A witty saying proves nothing. - Voltaire
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There Is No News Today

That's right. Plain and simple. There's no news today. Nothing happened. You don't even need to read further, because you won't learn anything. There aren't even any links in this post. OK, maybe one or two links.

Everyone stayed in bed. It's Pajama-gate, all over the world. By the way, who came up with that silly moniker? If today had happened, someone would have been sentenced to death. Someone else would have been acquitted. And the President would have given a news conference. According to news sources, it would have been the end of the world everywhere, all at the same time. Or at least that was the sensationalist news media talking.

As a matter of fact, the sun never even rose, and it's not going to set, either. The moon stayed where it started.

Ever have a day like this?

There are no cars on the road outside my office. I didn't get any email. When I turned on my computer, it stared blankly back at me. The lights were on, but no one was at home.

Then, we would have discovered that the World Champion California, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Sacramento (you pick your favorite city - no one else seems to be able to) Angels may no longer have their name on local buses.

Maybe Monica Bay will trade her beloved Yankees for a few fallen Angels.

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