Not much to report today.  My last rant (“On racism”) got some interesting feedback on Facebook, and a very good comment posted here by Dean.

I’ve been kind of unhappy at work lately, so I got up early this morning and bought a whole bunch of green chiles and some corn tortillas.  I got there before anybody else (technically, there was a little breaking-and-entering involved.  Sometimes a checkered past comes in handy), and set to work.  The sauce was bubbling and the tortillas were blanching when the boss-lady showed up.  “What do you think you’re doing?” she asked.

“I’m making green chicken enchiladas, damn it, and ain’t nobody gonna stop me.”

Turned out to be a happy shift at work, and when I go to bed tonight I’m going to flip the pilllow over to the cool side and make the day complete.

The only other thing I can think of:  I really don’t like concluding paragraphs that begin with “In conclusion, . . . .”  Makes it sound like you’re tired of thinking/writing and trying to convince me that you’re about to say something profound and conclusive.

Some time ago, I went off on a rant about my distaste for exclamation points (there’s a Seinfeld episode about just that–saw it last night).  Maybe there’s a similar rant coming down the pike.

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There’s another rant I could go on.

Time to flip the pillow.  G’night, y’all.