Friday, November 25, 2005

Morning, all,

Well, we got our first real snow cover yesterday, and all our Thanksgiving guests still made it here, had a great time, ate tons of food, and then got home safe and sound, though we're told it was "a white-knuckle ride" by one of 'em.

Hey, Mark Martin isn't awake yet. He has a new blog. Run over to
  • his new blog
  • and post a comment there before he reads this.

    C'mon, it'll be really funny. Let's see how many we can rack up before Mark "stupid ol' blog" Martin next posts anything there.

    Quote for the day, from Charles Krauthammer at The Washington Post (compliments of Daniel Barlow):

    ""What could be more elegant, more simple, more brilliant,
    more economical, more creative, indeed more divine than a planet with millions of life forms, distinct and yet interactive, all ultimately derived from accumulated variations in a single double-stranded molecule, pliable and fecund enough to give us mollusks and mice, Newton and Einstein? Even if it did give us the Kansas State Board of Education, too."

  • It's all here.

  • OK, that's it. I'm off to watch the new King Kong DVD -- what a way to start the day.

    More later --