Mourning In America

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Saturday, April 23, 2005
Observed In the Port Chester Costco parking lot today, I was in line behind a Passat who's driver had their left-turn signal on, and promptly made a right turn.

Gave a whole new meaning to the sarcastic, anti-Bush bumper sticker on the car:

Bush: Thanks for Not Paying Attention

Monday, April 18, 2005
The Latest Odds The NY Times reaches across the pond for a hysterical column on Irish gambling web sites offering odds on Papal candidates. For anyone who might question the legitimacy of gambling on an event tinged with such divine implications, Frank Delaney offers this rejoinder:
God may not be a gambler, but isn't that because he never felt the need?

Meanwhile, for the record, is recording a groundswell of support for Sao Paolo Cardinal Claudio Hummes, whose odds have climed to 8-1 from 12-1.

Clearly, Mourning in America's endorsements move markets!