Sunday, April 26, 2009

Sunday on the turntable

It's hot out today. Upper 80's and not a cloud in the sky, practically summer. And yet it's spring. In time I hope more people realize that global warming is not to be taken so literally. These unexpected temperature fluctuations, the greater frequency and intensity of storms across the country and around the world, and the decline of species, both flora and fauna, unable to adapt to this environment set to hyper-drive, that's the real deal right there. From a certain standpoint this is actually kind of scary, this weather today. But at the same time people are loving it. Heck, I'm loving it. A pair of hand-me-downs just got converted to cut-offs. We have the place wide open and on the turntable I'm listening to the sweet Hawaiian sounds of Alfred Apaka. Soon we are going to head over to Steinway and check out the street fair. Ah, what a world.

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