[lit-ideas] Re: TUESDAY'S FORCAST

CK:
>Mike, follow my moves. 

I'd follow you anywhere, Carol, you know that -- as long as it's San Francisco 
or Seattle.  Portland is iffy.  Both times I've driven through the city I've 
seen vans with signs advertising that they pump out basements.  Not even 
Seattle has such businesses.

As I recall, you lived for a brief spell in Mississippi and know how hot and 
humid it gets here.  But then you go and live in Fresno?????  You're not to be 
trusted.  Let me know when you're moving to Seattle or San Francisco.

Mike Geary
in Memphis where at 4:20 pm on July 29th it's 80 degrees and 85% relative 
humidity, skies are overcast.  Life is good.



  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: carol kirschenbaum 
  To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2009 3:14 PM
  Subject: [lit-ideas] Re: TUESDAY'S FORCAST


  Would somebody please TURN OFF THE SUN!  Jeez, 107 degrees in Portland, 
Oregon? I'm cursed. Cursed, I tell ya. Mike, follow my moves. I'm clued into 
global warming, big time. Hell, maybe I AM global warming...

  Carol K.,
  from what was once the cool Pacific Northwest 


  On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 9:42 AM, Mike Geary <atlas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

    WEATHERING THE WEATHER

    It's uncomfortably cool in Memphis,
    Life has almost stopped.
    The sun's turned suddenly gentle
    and service call have dropped, 
    business is down
    way down,
    way, way down.
    No AC's are breaking under strain.
    Can you feel my pain?

    Our bodies struggle to maintain
    ninety-eight point six degrees
    when it's only eighty-five outside.
    God has his reasons, I know,
    I just wish that He would slow
    down his retribution against mankind
    for fucking up his grand design.

    Mike Geary
    Memphis


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