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Just What I Needed

On the busiest day of the week, a snow storm that keeps my kid home from school with an abiding and justified demand for sledding adventure.

Update: Lots of email like this already:

Go for it Jonah!!

I sense a relapse from the creeping crud you suffered with a while back, hit the hills with that child.

Just don’t break anything.

Work will be there tomorrow, but the snow and your child well………..

 

Obama will just tax the extra work you put in anyway.

Oh, there will be sledding. Oh, yes, there will be sledding. But it’s not like I can blow-off my deadline for the LA Times. We’ll figure it out. The wee’uns thirst for sledding will be slaked.

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