from mi jefe, martin french: "You shouldn't be working or driving so hard on your day off!

i drove past the 'waste water treatment plant' and max security prison (not 2b confused with max casino the one jethro owns).

i held my breath.

it didn't help.

did you know the wwtp has been there about 50 years? the prison was established in 1862.

in other words, the owners of homes built nearby (lets say buzzy's ranch road area) are for folks who like the smell of crap in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening . . .

Photo by Breno Assis on Unsplash

Building permits for houses hit 17-year high in Carson City

Carson City issued the most building permits for houses in 2019 since 2002, and more residential construction is on the way.*

A plan to build 37 two-story, three-bedroom detached houses on 5.5 acres on Emerson Drive, between College Parkway and the I-580 bypass, is going to the Planning Commission this…

the mighty m-i-s-s-i-s-s-i-p-p-i and mark twain.

that's what i knew from growing up in san diego. got extra credit in english class for my tom sawyer assignment. later, i failed miserably in the class spelling bee. i spelled 'against' wrong. i forgot the s. …

max bear, jr. (jethro ¿bodine?) owns max casino in carson city. probably a few others. - maybe bodine's - mudder phucker - my friend from peru who worked at g.e. (the one in minden, not in moundhouse) was learning his long i silent e. "bo-dIn". if the bodines own bodine's and max and the awful greasy spoon restaurant in max's, then they can afford to buy the ormsby house and reopen it. and get some 4-star chefs for the buffet. carson city needs revenue. (but not from slaughterhouses) - this message is for mo white.

Photo by Ankhesenamun on Unsplash — this little guy showed up when i unsplashed “earth, wind and fire”

@marty, i only googled once. i should not have cheated. lo siento. mucho. i will get some more animales for mikey's ark. ahora.

Ann James

Her writing muse lurks in the volcanic hills amidst mustangs, marmots and jackalopes. While hiking with her dogs, Ann stumbles upon stories of dark humor.

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