Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Ukes for Lyntl

Today is Wednesday, 28 April 2010.

You could be in for a long night.

A full dance card today, so substantive comment on S&P downgrading the sovereign debt of Spain, etc., may take several hours.

Short version: S&P and Moody's ... my lawyer says, "Don't use the word "lied"". [Note the use of the double parenthesis, beloved of lawyers and novelists everywhere. For the record, I'm writing a novel, and am only a "lawyer" in sense of pro se, which is why I gave a dollar retainer to my attorney of record many years ago, as watching Perry Mason taught me.]

Well, let's just say, were those rating dudes to have it f-uped got on their sub-prime mortage bond ratings, so, now, we're supposed to trust them on Spain. ???

"Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?"

Now, the music.


Anonymous commenter said...

Various comments:

Who is in for a long night?

Flow of paragraph four makes it unreadable.

"Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?" Use of this is dreary and tasteless.

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

drink less, exercise more

6:11 PM  
Anonymous Say what? said...

And what would be the fun in that, Anonymoose? (Sure hope "spell check" is not your alias.)

2:35 PM  

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