A Glenmont-bound Red Line train pulls into the Bethesda Metro station, Bethesda, Md., 10:22PM, Oct. 22, 2009. It only looks like this because my cellphone camera sucks so much.
Blogger is acting VERY squirrelly here in the wee hours tonight in a big way, but it is suddenly back up.
About it being back up, let me just say the following: Thank you, Blogger. I really mean that, as I know you take A LOT of crap from unappreciative bloggers who basically expect infinite services from you all the time for free. I admit I fall into that category sometimes.
I believe these are mixed altostratus and altocumlus clouds over Bethesda, Md., and the D.C. area in general, 2:37PM, Oct. 22, 2009. These might be cirrocumlus clouds, too, which would make it a "mackerel" sky.
I had a good day tonight in that I got paid $790 (after a brief panic I'll explain later) and I spent the afternoon at my old job (now as a contractor). I also had a wonderful dinner with the office administrator, who is my friend, at Bangkok Garden in downtown Bethesda. Tonight, I went to Cobalt -- with the usual results.
One of the lion statues (the "northwest side") at the edge of the Taft Bridge, Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C., 10:53PM, Oct. 22, 2009
Anyway, I HAVE to finish an article tonight (even though I'm somewhat drunk from going out earlier) and I have to finish a whole biweekly compendium by 6PM or so ("close of bid'ness") tomorrow (later today).
I cannot post a proper entry right now, so I'll sign off.
G'night, Gentle Reader.