This broken clock can't even be right twice a day
|The Old Dutch Church in Uptown Kingston.|
The 12, in Roman numerals, is missing an "I," which makes it an "XI." You can see that there's a dark shadow where the "I" used to be.
The funny thing is, there's an extra shadow, for another "I."
It used to be a "XIII."
And the clock is broken, with one arm on the "IIII," which means that this clock is always wrong.
Needless to say, I warned you. The end is BAAAAAA!
* A Rose in the Catskills (Mount Tremper to be exact).
* I think I speak for everyone when I say that, surely, we can all relate to these water taxi problems.
* Look at these Kingston Democrats fighting like children about a playground.
* Look at these Kingston Democrats still fighting.
Primaries are going to be something.
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