Saturday, May 16, 2009

"Out with the old and in with the New"?

The website gives us the Navarro County story titled, 'Search continues on Central Texas Lake for Man, Grandson', "...72...17...Richland Chambers Reservoir southeast of Corsicana...pontoon boat...disappeared sometime between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. while fishing on the lake..." (3/26/2009) -- another pair of Kings. (4/22/2009) gives us 'Georgia man falls overboard in Florida cobia fishing; boat winds up in Alabama', " Panama City each...41-year-old...24-foot Century boat...borrowed...Chris Palumba, the boat's owner who lives in Lawrenceville, Georgia...Michael Bursten of Roswell, Georgia, was fishing by himself...[boat] ran out of gas and was found Fort Morgan, Alabama...".

What these two stories have in common is the stated fact that none were wearing flotation life-vests -- which does mean, same as any case with seat-belt issues, that the hue-and-cry of political social-climbers might drown a person if not sweep one or more off a boat.

What they also have in common is regional sur/names which can be associated with a past Pennsylvania state District Nine basketball championship won by a Bradford, Pennsylvania team (Bradford Area High School) who carried mental 'specks' of 'special' historical baby palm-tree images now growing tall in various regions of the planet, as components of their cortical glue.

McKean County, PA, where the city of Bradford is located, also has initiated an annual 'Take a Vet Fishing' event that also appeals to political social-climbers wishing to control the elderly or at least filter out anyone unfamiliar with any given territory.

Which is to say, when I saw two dead infant birds down on the sidewalk within Harbor Point Plaza after seeing the filleted-by-birds fish on the shoreline beneath the 'Ernest F. Lyons Bridge', I was not surprised.

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