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The Monday Mailbag

As The Blog’s sphere of influence spreads, and the fan base becomes more in love with it every day, it is only natural that the mail department at YCL would be getting flooded with mail from adoring fans from all over the globe. Or country. We have confirmed that J-Char reads it, and he lives all the way in Washington. Thats pretty close to the ocean. Speaking of oceans, here is something Tsunami-related that I found. The earthquake in Chile is no laughing matter, but am I the only one that finds this a bit odd. This article snippet is copy-pasted from Yahoo news:

-“Japan’s Meteorological Agency said the first tsunami to reach Japan after the magnitude 8.8 quake off Chile was recorded in the Ogasawara islands early Sunday afternoon. It was just 10 centimeters high. There were no reports of damage.”

10 centimeters? Now I’m not very familiar with oceanic issues, but isn’t that smaller than a regular wave? We’ll have someone from the YCL Science Desk look into it. There are bigger ripples in my toilet when I make my morning onesie. I have a very aggressive flow. Oh yeah, we were talking about the mail bag full of love. The Love Sack. Let me reach my muscly arm in there and fish one out.

Oh, this is awkward, it seems as though it is empty. Well yesterday was Sunday so there wasn’t any mail. We’ll check back on that tomorrow.

The Weekly Watering

-Aunt Lenore’s birthday party was a success. And my Mom wanted me to clarify the comments about her that were made on Day 2 (We Landed on the Moon!) of the blog. It was purely a joking matter. She has done a very good job. I mean, look at me. You don’t run a blog that is this successful without strong parental backing.

-Once school is out for a little while, I am going to dive into some Fyodor Dostoevsky. The Mad Russian. Hopefully it is better than this really big lump of crap I’m reading right now about some British guy who is traveling through America breaking “dumb laws,” like riding a bike in a pool in California. And so far he is somehow failing at it. I probably won’t even finish reading this.

-“Fear and Loathing in America” by Hunter S. Thompson is also being read at the moment. Not to be confused with Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

-That’s about all I’ve got.

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  1. Joan Zumhofe
    March 2, 2010 at 9:59 pm

    Thanks for clearing my name, son.
    Love ya!
    Mumsie

    • March 3, 2010 at 12:09 am

      Why thank you Mother. Love you too!
      your favorite son

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