Thursday, June 21, 2007


It is the first day of summer. Not too sure this is going to be a good one to remember. NASA is predicting that Atlanta will have more than a few days of 110 degrees and we are already in a drought. The head meteorologist at Georgia Tech is saying this drought is nothing compare to what we will see within the next couple of years when we are due for the cyclic droughts to occur. Bummer!

Even though this is an ancient holiday there is nothing much to celebrate when you think about all our boys and girls in Iraq and Afghanistan. Another 15 of which paid with their lives in the last two days for George Bush's ego and stupidity. We really need to bring them home now.

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