I think the local officer of the law is onto me.
Randomly on mornings that I drive to work there’s a police officer with a radar gun scoping people out and ticketing them for speeding.
Yesterday he was parked next to the local indoor volleyball court. This in itself isn’t odd – but since I’ve got a radar detector I can tell he was hiding behind their electric eye. The eye will trigger your radar detector whether he’s there or not.
I’m pretty careful, not because I have a radar detector but because I’ve almost gotten ticketed twice. He’s seen my detector hanging down enough times, I think he’s trying to get me. Pretty trick move. *Much respect for officers of the law, they do a job I could never do.
I had to take a small break from updating my personal guitar playing history since Patrick Sims, the guy who has not returned my guitar, made an appearance on one of the guitar forums that I frequent. There was a point to be made (apparently) that he’s persecuted without cause. Which is interesting, since he still hasn’t responded to my e-mail about where my guitar is. As you can see, the guy got his guitar back (albeit in the wrong color).
My ankle didn’t suffer, we went rollerblading a week or two ago. Haven’t done that in about….uh….fifteen years. My K2 roller blades didn’t survive. The plastic was too old and sheared off in the same place on both boots before we started skating. So, I got some rental hockey skates that had no stop bumper. Fun, and I didn’t kill myself. Good exercise if you want to roll around too.