Thursday, Valentines Day. 9:00 AM. 28 degrees F, wind W, light with stronger gusts. The barometer is steady at 29.81 in., and the humidity is 80%. It was a dark, dark dawn. The day has lightened somewhat but there is still a high overcast. A few fluffy snow flakes are falling, and it is an undecided day. The warmer it gets the slicker the roads and walkways become, and it will take a real warm spell to melt the ice on roads and roofs.
If you wonder why college tuition and health insurance premiums are both going up exponentially, consider this: Elective sex change operations have become a student right under the health insurance plan at Brown University.
So, be careful sending your son to Brown, as he may come home at spring break as your daughter. Wearing a skirt instead of pants. With a purse instead of pockets. As Pauline instead of Paul. I would surmise there is not as great a chance of your daughter becoming your son, as it is far more difficult to add an organ than to subtract one. But I wouldn’t count on it.