May 28, 2013

Just another rainy Tuesday.

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13 comments:

edutcher said...

We had that already.

We're supposed to be sunny and 80 and the 85 tomorrow.

AllenS said...

Overcast skies here and a blistering 56ยบ.

lemondog said...

Better than Mother Nature gets drunk at BBQ, drops 3 feet of snow on upstate NY

rhhardin said...

Whiteface (NY) is a 5000' mountain so I don't know that snow is unusual.

I hiked up it once as a kid, the only one of the Adirondack high peaks with a snack shop on top.

David said...

Really cool photo. Did you catch the little leaf on the big leaf by serendipity or did you see it before you took the photo?

James said...

Althouse, what happened to your The History Of series? You stopped right before my country of birth and I was looking forward to see what inaccuracies would be posted. :(

Fritz said...

Couldn't be our yard; no cicada shells on the hosta.

66 said...

Why is the rain puddle at the end of the hosta leaf shaped like Hitler?

66 said...

Why is the rain puddle at the end of the hosta leaf shaped like Hitler?

edutcher said...

Maybe this is why they were so eager to call OH "Election Night: One fifth of Ohio Registered voters is bogus.

edutcher said...

Looks like that War on Journalism was a little bigger than thought:

Tavis Smiley contends that members of the Obama administration, whom he didn’t identify, have pressured sponsors to drop their support of his projects.

And in The Monsieur L'Inspecteur Reynault, Rick's Cafe americain would be pleased if you would pick up one of the white courtesy telephones Department Looks like there was some insider trading on ObamaTax held inside the White house.

peoplearenotstupid.com said...

A good day to follow professor Althouse's Buddhism tag, and then learn the word "euonym." Later, when I have headphones and/or am not in a public place, I will perhaps learn what Professor Althouse has against Western Buddhists.

edutcher said...

Remember that OH poll worker that was charged with voting multiple times? She was convicted today.

To all the people who said nothing would come of it, you were wrong.

Now, how many more are there out there?

Remember, according to the Columbus Dispatch, as much as 20% of OH's electorate may be ineligible to vote.