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what we have here is a total lack of respect for the law

Apologies go out to the author but this is funny

I read this on another blog about how the author "spent a f--king hour" writing a big-ass post, only to hit a key by mistake and wiped out the whole thing.

(snicker..)

Yeap. I've done that a few times m'self. This is why when I have anything over two paragraphs long, I copy/paste it to Windows Notepad (or Dreamweaver) first to prevent stuff like that from happening. When finished I copy/paste back. This is good advice for any blogger whether new or seasoned.

I had to lose about ten or so long posts before I trained myself to edit elsewhere before posting, because it is just too easy to hit a key and *poof*.. all gone.

And by the way, the fact he used the word "sumbitch" (in reference to a sheriff from this movie) was also funny. I like that word. The sheriff in that movie also spoke a line which is the inspiration for the title of this post.

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Eat 'em and smile

No, I'm not referring to David Lee Roth. I just checked out a weather hazard for Connecticut. The forecast? Wet snow. Not boatloads of it or anything, but, wet snow is wet snow. And it sucks.

Forecast for Tampa? One word: Lovely.

Yes, I'm rubbing it in. I can't help it. Well, I could but I don't want to. 🙂

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