This is sort of a birth announcement.

The family has a dog. Robert and Ally have adopted a terrier mix from the dog pound. His name is Juice. He is 9-12 months old. He came home with them last night.

Ally is excited. Off the wall excited. Loves animals. Always hugging dogs. Robert enthused, but no where as much as Ally.

Lisa tells me Juice made it OK through his first night. He even walked with the grandkids to school today.

I get to meet Juice later this morning. I am looking forward to it.

Spent my day time yesterday researching and writing.

Last night was my blog talk radio show. Tuesday Talk With Key West Lou.

The big topic was the hatred that exists regarding Obama.

It was followed up with a bank laundering scheme involving $200 trillion. The federal government caught the bank. The bank is HSBC. No formal indictment brought. The bank negotiated a good deal for itself with the government. A $1.9 billion fine and no charges or jail time for any bank official.

Another interesting topic involved a recent federal grant for a study. The grant was $1.5 million. The study is to determine why 75 per cent of lesbians are fat and gay men are not. There is a claimed concern for lesbian obesity.

Interesting topics. The Obama thing speaks for itself. The HSBC money laundering scheme presents more of the old. The banks that were too big to fail are apparently too big to prosecute. The lesbian obesity v. gay male study a waste of taxpayer dollars in a tight economy. In any economy, for that matter.

Such is life!

This week’s radio show behind me, I am now working on friday’s TV/internet show. The Key West Lou Legal Hour. Join me friday morning, if you have the time.

The Big East Tournament started yesterday at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Syracuse plays at 2 today against Seton Hall. A non-consequential game from my perspective. I shall not be watching. I do not have the time this afternoon.

How one’s world changes! For years, I would spend anywhere from 3 to 5 days in New York City attending the Big East Tournament. Rarely missed a year. The games, the partying, all big time! My new world involves none of that. For almost 10 years. The surprising thing is I do not miss it. Key West is my new life.

Enjoy your day!


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