Saturday, November 4, 2006

MINER'S LADY, STRANGER TO BLUE WATER: Thus far, God appears to be strangely biased in favor of coal power, granting a series of unusually lucky breaks to David and Mary. If David were named Joseph, I might even consider their luck miraculous. (Look at me making the easy Christianity joke -- it's like I'm married to a Lutheran or something.) So, marshalling our powers of prescience: what do you think happens tomorrow? Do our West Virginians Kentuckians (damn that John Denver) finally bite the black dust, or will events once again conspire to allow them one more leg of the Race? And will Mary continue her unbroken streak of being the sweetest, kindest, nicest person ever to run the Race (unless, of course, she's talking to her husband, in which case a blazing shrewish streak emerges)?

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