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Monday, October 27, 2014

Today is a heavenly beautiful Indian Summer day



Am I allowed to say “Indian Summer?”  Is there a politically correct terminology I should be using?  Perhaps we should morph it over to “Native American Summer.”   Yeah, that’s the ticket.  “Today is a heavenly beautiful Native American Summer day.”  Nah, wait a minute; I said “heavenly.”  That hints of religion and by golly, some folks will have a leaky sphincter spasm over that.

“Today is a nice day.”  I guess that’s the best I am allowed by our culture.

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