On holiday

23 Dec

I posted a blog about the garbage tax over at worldofjuanita. I sent a note to Mark Sorensen, and he gave me an answer – I’ve posted that for you to analyze. It’s hard to read Sorensen, he won’t come right out and say one way or the other where he stands on this garbage tax, too cagey. The links he gave me are interesting, although, one doesn’t seem to work. I hope people will read that stuff, I’ll get back to it one of these days.

Yes, one of these days. I been trying to set aside a day to just sit and blog all this stuff I been studying up on, but you know, the family just keeps distracting me with FUN!  It’s X-MAS! Yesterday we went out and dragged home a little Charlie Brown tree. Today we will surf the powdery seas. Oh God, that’s a lie. We’ll be grinding granite up at Sugar Bowl, flop me a glob of that Sex Wax Big Daddy.


No, the slopes are not copacetic today, but the sun is out, so who cares.  I’ll get back to you Mark.

2 Responses to “On holiday”

  1. Quené December 23, 2013 at 11:04 am #

    Praise The Lord – Someone who knows how to admit a lie!! Now if we could only get that action to spread…..

    • Juanita Sumner December 23, 2013 at 7:06 pm #

      I lied AGAIN! The snow turned out to be very nice, albeit sparse.

      I love Star Trek (I’m a Trekkie you’re a Trekkie we’re all Trekkies…), and one of my top five episodes I could watch almost every day is the one where they land on this planet populated by androids. In order to get away, they work out an elaborate plot to drive the androids insane with illogic. In the end, a human tells the head android, “I am a liar, everything I say is a lie.” Once the android has registered this data, the man tells him, “I am lying.” The android says, “everything you say is a lie, so you must be lying…but you say you are lying and that is true…” So, of course, the android burns up trying to relate, and the humans win again. Exactly why I love that show, the humans always win.

      Merry Christmas Quené!

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