Thursday, June 25, 2009

Drought, A Metaphor and a Reality

New Orleans Needs Rain!

Journal Entry, June 25, 2009: Body Weight = 174.0; Coinage = $.16, all pennies; Ground Score = 1; Bottles retrieved = 1; Best coinage find = 3 pennies left in the Century 21 parking lot by my penny seeding friend.

Headline for the Times Picayune Newspaper: 104°, Hottest Day Ever—Audubon Park sets record for hottest day ever Wednesday as the metro area struggles with oppressive heat. Moreover, we have not had rain in 26 days. The drought is beginning to extend into the MoneyWalker's coinage scroes. Obviously people are staying in doors with air conditioning and not getting out and dropping their money.

Hmmm, I wonder how much time they give you in the big house for breaking and entering?


1 comment:

  1. Don't. Do. It. I doubt there is much coinage to pick up in prison.

    At what point does MoneyWalking cross over from a hobby to an obsession? And are we feeding each other's habits?

    I just looked at your temp and humidity levels. Oh man, that looks miserable. Your 84% humidity would be unbearable for me. Right now we are at 16% with cloudy skies and thunderstorms coming in and that is considered high for here.

    Hopefully it will get back to normal soon.