Monday, January 10, 2005


Events to look for this week

Coming this week on Chronicles and other things:

Monday: This blog details what is coming this week on Chronicles and other things. In the state of Washington, melted snow is everywhere and many people in Seattle are starting to call it “water.”

Tuesday: Scientists now realize that the “T” in the beginning of the word “tsunami” is still missing from the horrific incident and urge news organizations to spell the word starting with an “s” in all reports.

Wednesday: A group of Americans forms with the goal of diminishing the use of the phrase, “Yada, yada, yada,” so as to return to the original phrase it replaced—“Blah, blah, blah.” The group hopes to take it to the Supreme Court if necessary and if the judges there agree to wear nothing under their robes for the hearing. In Seattle, it is confirmed that the melted snow is water.

Thursday: Julia Solis is the awaited guest on Cotolo Chronicles. She will be live on the phone (because we would not accept to do the interview if she was in any other state of being) around 9:30 EST. A meteor passes Earth a mere 45,000 miles away. However, what scientists are more concerned about is that when the meteor passed it was transmitting a strange sound that is being interpreted as Mel Torme singing his version of Caberet.

Friday: Nothing of consequence goes on anywhere.

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