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November 3, 2003 - Electric bill arrived for October.  $817.27.  Better than I could have imagined.  I just realized that my wife must have left us some time back.  Can't recall seeing her or hearing her voice in almost a month now.  You'd think there would be a note or something somewhere.

November 2, 2003 - I begged for my job back and didn't get it but I did get a pretty good one.  Gary is really a pretty understanding boss.  It's a good thing too, cause I got some bills coming. 

November 1, 2003 - I must of left the A.C. on too long last night.  I woke up shivering and there's a solid frost on the living room carpet. 

October 31, 2003 - Happy Halloween!  I got my car back from the shop today and the compressor arrived.  George should have it up and running this afternoon.  I'm going to have a hard time paying these guys but they don't know that.

October 30, 2003 - The bank called today about my mortgage payment being late.  I explained that I had been demoted a couple of times and that I would get caught up soon.  She just laughed and said "whatever".

October 29, 2003 - The abyss...I can't take it much longer.  My legs feel like the sweaty disembodied appendages of some somnambulant porcine tourist.  I can't find ice anywhere.  Just one little piece of ice.  Is that asking too much?

October 28, 2003 - The Governor came on t.v. this morning telling everybody to stay indoors unless absolutely necessary.  Something about potential brain damage from unseasonably warm weather and high U.V. levels.

October 27, 2003 - House A.C. should be running soon.  $2,500 installed for a new compressor doesn't seem all that bad.  Only reached 108 today.  I actually thought I detected an Autumnal chill in the late afternoon air.

October 26, 2003 - Go-ped gave up today.  Sort of just stopped running and the wheels don't turn smoothly anymore.  Billy says they aren't really designed to be a grown man's primary vehicle.  He sort of made his eyes real big when he said "grown".  What a smart ass.

October 25, 2003 - George came by today and apologized.  Said something about being hospitalized both Monday and Wednesday for heat stroke.  I cut him some slack cause he's a good kid.  The garage called and said they went ahead and ordered a real important part from India so it was going to be a little longer and a little more money than they thought.

October 24, 2003 - I'm really thinking seriously about calling another air conditioning guy, this is getting ridiculous.  Today I got my suit pants cuff caught in my drive chain.  All the fellas at the day job stand made fun of me.

October 23, 2003 - Halloween just around the corner.  George called and said he thinks he can maybe make it by Thursday if one of his 13 appointments that morning cancels.  I spent most of the day at the mall using their free air conditioning.  I got a ticket on the way there for operating an unlicensed motor vehicle.  Car should be ready in a week or so if things go right.

October 22, 2003 - Somehow the temperature in the house is now higher than the one outside.  My fridge is working overtime just to keep my leftover beans and franks at room temperature.  George left a message saying he got my message.

October 21, 2003 - I woke up in a bed full of sweat drenched sheets last night.  Evidently my brand new air conditioning unit on the roof of my track home gave up the ghost.  Left a message for George at Dino's to take a look at it.

October 20, 2003 - I set the alarm for 3:30 a.m. so I could mow the lawn before it got too hot.  Only one neighbor complained this time.  Car still being serviced.

October 19, 2003 - I got demoted at work after I showed up to my meeting "smelling of gasoline and B.O."  You try riding around on a 2 cycle skate board in 110+ heat in a 3-piece suit and see if you smell like flowers.  Doesn't matter, I think the mailroom is more my style anyway.

October 18, 2003 - I had a meeting this morning downtown so I took the go-ped as far as the nearest downtown bus stop.  They showed me how to mount the ped on the front of the bus.  The bus driver said they used to have AC on this route but it broke and they don't have the money to fix it.  Both of the other bus riders seemed put out about how long it took me to mount and remove the go-ped .

October 17, 2003 - Borrowed my son's go-ped to take to work today.  It gets a  pretty good head of steam up and, in the mornings at least, offers a cooling effect while riding.  I better get a helmet though, his doesn't fit me.

October 16, 2003 - The jerks at the service station say I owe them for the Yugo.  Like it's my fault or something.  Where am I going to come up with the $2,000 for a brand new replacement?

October 15, 2003 - Yugo burst into flames in an intersection.  This caused a bit of a backup as it compounded an already bad traffic situation due to the intense flames.  I made it out alright but the Yugo is totaled.

October 14, 2003 - My car overheated on the way to work today at around 7:30 a.m.  I had to walk over 200 yards to the nearest service station in sweltering conditions.  A man with a funny hat and a crazed look gave me a ride the last 20 yards.  They say it'll be in the shop for a while but that I could use the "loaner Yugo" in the meantime.

October 13, 2003 - I tried the winter lawn thing again today.  The rye seed was on the ground approximately 4 minutes before a large whirlwind came along.  I saw flocks of ravenous sparrows feeding in mid-air.

October 12, 2003 - Here comes the sun...there goes my electric bill.  Highs in the lower 120's portends cooler weather to come.

October 11, 2003 - It's been one of those days. You know that kind that you'll cherish for life. Of course any day that feels cooler than taking a nap in a 4" x 7" bed of hot coals is my idea of paradise. Just gives me shivers thinking about it.

October 10, 2003 - Hot weather is back.  I planted my "winter" lawn today.  Hopefully the snow won't stunt its growth.  Practically Halloween and we hit 117.

October 9, 2003 - Weather man way off!  No chance of showers.  My doctor warned me that he found a very small, but very obvious patch of skin on the back of my neck that wasn't pre-cancerous.

October 8, 2003 - If people read these top to bottom they'll think they're getting younger.  That would make sense to you if you'd had your brain fried for 230 consecutive days.  We found our cat today in the freezer, curled up and rock hard.  He must have jumped in while I had it open the other day.  Lucky bastard!  I used him as a chilled neck pillow last night.

October 7, 2003 - Stayed indoors all day long.  Not too bad.  Electric bill arrived today by registered mail.  I don't think $600  a month is too much for living in such a great location, do you?.

October 6, 2004 - New record high today.  At least we got something to show for our misery.  We haven't seen our cat in 4 days.  Sometimes thirsty coyotes grab them to use like portable water bags.  I mean I've heard that, anyway.

October 5, 2004 - Jesus, Mary, and Joseph!! I can't think straight anymore.  I went out to get the mail today without my shoes on.  The paramedics took almost 20 minutes to reach me.

October 4, 2003 - My cell phone emerged underneath the glove box today in a sticky sort of molten pool of polyester lava.  No longer useable.

October 3, 2003 - Slight cooling trend observed.  Then load controller automatically cut off my air conditioner. 

October 2, 2003 - I have two words.  Ball.  Sweat.

October 1, 2003 - At last we've reached the harvest month, when winter casts its long cool fingers across the land, slowly pulling back the curtain of a carefree and lazy summer.  Here it was hotter than a damn pizza oven.

September 31, 2003 - There IS no Sept 31st...but if there was it would be 127 damn degrees!

September 30, 2003 - Good Lord!  So damn hot they didn't even include it in the list.  Set cell phone on dashboard.  Phone absorbed.  Dashboard has lump. Maybe Fall starts tomorrow.

September 29, 2003 - Like Jesus jumpin up on George Foreman's Grill.  Hopefully tomorrow we get a cooling trend.


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Jan 08

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Jan 09

Sunny & Hot

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Jan 10

Sunny & Chair

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Jan 11

Totally Sunny

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Jan 12

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Jan 13

Dreadfully Sunny

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Jan 14

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Last Updated Saturday, January 11, 2004, at 8:31 PM Pacific Daylight Time (Monday, 11:31 PM EDT)


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