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16h50 UTC; WEDNESDAY, 7 JANUARY 2015: If you're asking why this is somewhat early in the posting department, it's because of extremely cold weather and sharp wind chills down to -35° here in the Minnwissippi as are precluding my usual presence at the motel I do for in Winona in the mornings.

But if I may explain the titling: For one, last evening, in walking to the Hy-Vee here in Winona for supper via their Grand Buffet, yours truly couldn't help but note where, walking down Emherst Street in transit, a disabled school bus was waiting to be hauled away by a tow truck of the sort designed for high-profile vehicles. Ironic as it may be, the bus in question has fleet number 13, traditionally regarded as unlucky and star-crossed.

And for another: Doesn't it seem as if such who see State Social Security as a "Ponzi scheme" (howbeit lacking credible proof beyond flawed exponential maths) want to essentially replace same with privatised models which turn out to be Ponzi schemes themselves, with payments based on the same models using the guise of "multi-level/network marketing" to build downline at the expense of selling products or services having value for money (in particular the "cycler," "forced-matrix," "binary," "Fibonacci" and "Aussie two-up" payment models)?

(The point of which may want to be brought up should such prolefeeders seek a "taxpayer lawsuit" involving some class of so-called "REAL AmeriKKKan" who can be easily manipulated, perhaps through $cientologist models, to parrot the line in the worst possible way. Which could be enow for the courts to dismiss same outright as frivolous, vexatious or otherwise tortious.)

So till next time, folks: "73"

(Which, incidentally, was railroad telegraphers' shorthand for "goodbye.")

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