The 2006 hurricane season seems to be brewing after a pleasant break from last season's horror. All snark aside, you'd think the combination of the Katrina debacle plus upcoming midterm elections would mean a strong response should this, or another monster, make landfall in a major population center.
But I've learned to expect the unexpected from our officials.
(Note: the storm in the picture is not Tropical Storm Debby. Or maybe it is. But if so, I'm not aware of it.)
I'm a lawyer in my early 40s, and after looking for a way to do something other than the practice of law, I'm resigned to the fact that I can't earn bupkis doing anything else. I like lots of things, and I like to talk about them incessantly.