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Happy Cyber Monday! Sorry about the glitch over the weekend. My server has 240 gigs of disk space and was out. Damn server logs...gobble gobble. I had to contact my chief technology officer (me) to figure the problem out.
The Senate Rules Committee met this morning to strip Tony Mendoza of his chairmanship of the Senate Business, Insurance and Financial Institutions commitee. Mendoza, accused of sexual harassment, is planning to retire next year.
Quite a bit of snow in the Sierra, so I won't tell on you if you call in sick.
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