austin_dern (austin_dern) wrote,
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Stop, children, what's that sound? Everybody look what's going down

So remember the house across the corner, that had a work truck in the street overnight many times? They got to parking the truck in the driveway, so that, among other things, the street can be plowed when the city finally remembers it's supposed to plow our street after a snowstorm. But between (at least) two cars and the truck their driveway's pretty overloaded. The other night while going to bed I saw a police car out, and an officer examining their car, which crossed over the sidewalk. It looked to me like they were getting a ticket for blocking the sidewalk although from my distance I couldn't tell.


Meanwhile, on to my humor blog, in the event you haven't been reading it by its RSS feed or through its Livejournal Syndicated existence. Appearing in that this past week have been:

Trivia: To keep up sound production after the talkie soundstages were destroyed on 16 January 1929, Paramount began filming at night, so that silent studios could be used without requiring soundproofing. Source: The Speed of Sound, Scott Eyman.

Currently Reading: Powering Apollo: James E Webb of NASA, W Henry Lambright.

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