Thursday, June 30, 2005

I am coming to Northampton for a visit this weekend, and I might buy an air conditioner just for the occasion. I feel justified in doing so because I have a $100 gift card for Home Depot that I keep forgetting about. And the last two times I was up there, my apartment was so unbearable that I left town earlier than I would have otherwise. Why is it that the heat in the Valley seems so much more unbearable than that in NYC? Is it just breezier in the city, since we're near the coast?

Two days ago on 14th street I passed a boy making time (just chatting) with a girl in a doorway. The boy's pants were pulled down so low that his entire ass (clad in red boxers) was sticking out. Seriously, I have no idea how he walks around without his pants falling completely to the ground. He looked ridiculous.

The only other news I got is: Rain + slate sidewalks + flip-flops = hydroplaning. I almost didn't make it home yesterday.


Rick M said...

Hi debl.

The weather's supposed to be pretty bearable up here this weekend. That's no guarantee, but maybe people will be a trifle less crabby. At this point, I'll settle for less damp.

Be well.

Jesus Christ said...

I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me

debl said...

Hi Jesus! Thanks for stopping by.