Friday, May 29, 2009

There’s revisionism, and then there’s life

Ted was here for a four-day visit. He had a cold, I have the pinched sacroiliac nerve. We took naps in the afternoon, Ted because he gets up at 5.30 in the morning and me because of the pain meds. Then we mostly drove around, talked, drank beer, talked, ate, and drank beer and talked. Just the ticket for a couple guys getting on and under the weather with big work loads. Two things about the pain meds. They make me groggy, and they don’t work. Now Ted’s gone, and I have to put together issue 162 of Smith’s Report. There’s revisionism, and then there’s life.

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