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Monday, November 3, 2008

TCC for 11/3/08

The Caretaker's Concern 11/3/08

Lake Temp. 51.5 F.
Ghetto temp. 49 F.
Island tmp. 49.75 F. Yesterday's L/H: 36/44 F.

Current conditions: Faint touch of wind if any at all, totally cloud covered night sky.
Totally cloud covered sky all day, strong wind from the South for most all of the day.

It's Election Day here in the States, add your color:

Go Vote! Go Vote! Go Vote!



The Caretaker's day did not exactly go as planned, not that he ever expects it to, but overall it was a good day. An unexpected turn of events was losing a cap to one of his back molars, luckily for him he happened to have some tooth adhesive on hand and so was able to glue it back on. One day, a while back he was in a pharmacy and came across this tooth glue product and figured that since he lived on an Island and dentists being a very scarce commodity on the island he figured it could possibly come in handy some day, and sure enough it did. The Caretaker is glad to know that his 7 dollars and change didn't go to waste. Unless of course the glue lets go at night while he is asleep and he ends up swallowing his cap, then he will have wasted his money because should that happen he would have been better off just living without the cap until he can get to a dentist. Oh well, guess he will find out the true adhesive powers of this tooth glue. Now the Caretaker is debating between finding a local dentist or going down to Jersey to use his own dentist to have the cap reattached--proper.

For those who are interested, the Caretaker finally got the narrative for yesterday's post up, it focuses almost entirely on his description of irisation.

Another unexpected turn of events for the day was the Caretaker's proofs from RedBubble came in the mail, this wasn't totally unexpected, but he hadn't much of an idea of what day it would be they'd be coming in. Well today was the day, and since he was very pleased with the results he shifted his schedule around to do more work on his Redbubble site. For those of you who are interested to see the results so far, you may do so at the following website:

So the Caretaker ended up spending much of his day in front of his computer, but since it was mostly cloudy, gray, and windy outside for most all of the day, it was probably a good use of his time.

A voting we will go, A voting we will go, high-ho the derr-io a voting we will go.
--The Caretaker

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