Posted on | April 12, 2010 | 2 Comments
Forget your taxes, forget whatever undone Friday task that mocks you this Monday morning, go straight to LA Observed, where Kevin Roderick has embedded a Parry Gripp song dedicated to Los Angeles weather girl Jackie Johnson. If that doesn’t make you love silliness, then in the Life is Good department, consider that gentle, almost continuous showers last night, about 3/4 of an inch of water as if laid down by a mister, nudged the rainfall total in Los Angeles to just above normal at 15.98 inches. Click here for National Weather Service rainfall data for across greater Los Angeles.
Elsewhere in the real world, Groksurf has a nifty round-up of San Diego water news and Aquafornia leads with this very good Associated Press story on Lynda and Stewart Resnick, which was inspired by a recent lawsuit. My favorite line about the billionaire who is trying to overturn the Endangered Species Act after earning millions bilking a program designed to preserve Bay-Delta fish comes from Lynda. It’s about Stewart. “My husband should be canonized for all the work he’s done.”
This post has been updated. The links to Aquafornia, AP and Groksurf were added.