Rain advancing on the Bay Area all day, from the north and from the south. Really coming down now.
I was up quite early this morning, dealing with Son Guy's SSI matter, and preparing for Granddaughter Laversa's visit. The SSI matter was easily resolved once I found a working number for Social Security, but for reasons not clear, Laversa was a no-show.
Still we spruced up, and did lick and a promise on the apartment. [I'm heavily into cliches tonight.]
My work for the day centered on the news that AJ Eric Holder's Justice Department had rejected the idea of re-opening the May 4, 1970, KSU Shootings. Holder's Justice Department would typically have that reaction, but Kent State Tribunal Founder Laurel Krause, Alan Canfora, and Tom Grace [two of the people who were shot on May 4, 1970] claim that they have even more evidence up their sleeve that might force the case to re-open. We'll have to see. I pulled rank and wrote my first letter to the Kent Stater on the subject:
Probably not a good idea, but it's called "free expression," I suppose.
Maresarf1 would write no more this day.
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