Oh by the way, folks,
Today we congratulate one of the municipal departments of Paris for their wise choice of how to mow the lawn. They've acquired some sheep. Fortunately they've recognized a slight problem. Sheep are easy prey for stray dogs. Maybe they should oughta of chosen alpacas, which are similar to sheep but have a well-known propensity to aggressively defend themselves against dogs.
And now, folks, I think our money is discriminatory. It's got the phrase "In God We Trust" merrily emblazoned thereupon, thus explicitly favoring one religion.
So I propose a slight change. Use "In God We Trust" for only one denomination, let's say, the penny. Then use "In Allah We Trust" on the nickel, "In Vishnu We Trust" on the dime, "In Odin We Trust" on the quarter, "In Zorb The Sacred Crocodile We Trust" on the dollar, "In Delirya the Goddess of Invisible Pink Unicorns We Trust" on the five dollar bill, and so forth. I think we can find enough mythical deities for all denominations.
Well anyhow, I suppose that'll never happen. About 73% of Americans are Christian and they'll bellyache their way into dominance and kill the bill the instant any congressperson introduces it.
Yesterday was a nice pleasant day and today promises to be even better. A bit of grass is beginning to grow amongst the prairie garlic so I guess I better get onto mowing it.
Signs of life