Friday, February 13, 2009



Yesterday, the ferocious winds that laid waste to the greater East Brunswick area led to calamity for AlmostWorthKnowing's Abe Tran. As he documents here, his car suffered the unfortunate wrong-place, wrong-time fall of a hefty tree branch on its windshield and upper hood. Our condolences go out to him and his automobile.

He attributes this unlucky turn of fate to Boreas--in Greek mythology, God of the North Wind. However, after closely consulting the modern day weather augurs, I would say that the blame more accurately belongs to Zephyr╬┐s--the West Wind--and it suggest that Mr. Tran ought direct future propitiations to this fickle Deity.

1 comment:

Abraham said...

name and came to your blog... thanks ADYates