Saturday Watercooler

by: Peter Bodo November 07, 2009


Howdy, everyone. I've got a lot of errands to do today - have to put the chains and plow on the tractor, make sure the truck is winterized, drain the outside water lines. . . the usual. It sure is November here in game-rich Andes. Anyway, it seems like the landmark double bagel Novak Djokovic pasted on a hapless opponent the other other day has left him feeling his oats. Now he's calling for summit meeting to address the length-of-season issue. Next week, I want to circle back on this issue, because I've thought about it quite a bit since I wrote my last post. Meanwhile, enjoy today's action form Basel and Bali, and keep your mind open so good things don't find the door locked and nobody home. Now I feel like Senator Stuart Smalley, the celebrity politician (not to be confused with Madonna's ex, Citizen Spicoli.) Later - Pete

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