Well, it's certainly a relief to know that the torment never ends for the deeply depraved and desperately deserving, those of course being the usual gang of loathsome, weak-minded Falls Church dullards, dolts, and dimbulbs -- the very ones who've been shown above to behave in just the same sort of oafish. butthurt, and babboon-like manner when I am away on important business as when I am here to taunt them on an active basis for their egregious stupidity and other glaring faults and shortcomings. Nice job, rubes, of handling all that so well on your own.
As for me and my day yesterday, the AM event went at least reasonably well. There were a couple of bumps in the road I guess you could call them that we could have done as well without, but all in all. I'd have to say that the morning was a success. We won't have final numbers yet for ar least a week, so at some point after that, we'll get together to assess the results and make our plans for moving forward accordingly.
More to the actual point here
of course would be the fact that today has begun with a simply beautiful morning out here in the glorious Sweet Spot that so few are able to enjoy on a daily basis. It's easily a 99 out there just now with temps still in the mid 60's, humidity in the high 50's, and a gentle breeze pressing all that refreshing coolness into your face over every wonderful moment you are out of doors. All that as sunlight darts and dances about across a canvas of freshly-groomed lawns and gardens from a place high in a bright blue sky that has a 0% chance of producing any rain today. Sadly, wildlife season appears now to be just about over, as neither a fox nor a fawn has been seen in recent days. Thought for a moment I had caught sight of a fawn out by the road at about sunset last night, but it turned out to be just some tall grasses blowing about next to the fire hydrant.
In other news, poor Sean Doolittle fell apart in the ninth inning last night and turned what seemed certain to become a solid 6-3 and Strasburg-led victory over the Mets into a dismal 7-6 defeat. That's baseball for you, sorry to say. And of course, the Braves and Phils each won, and the Mets have now won 14 of 15 and are eagerly awaiting their chance to take second place away from us before the weekend is done. We'll try to bounce back tonight with Patrick Corbin going against Noah Syndergaard, but prospects would have looked a whole lot better had we put last night's game away.
Speaking of being put away, many of you dreary derelicts ought to be in line for that. The nursing home alone doesn't seem to be doing the job that's needed.
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