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The dog that isn't barking

By Owen Paine on Monday April 24, 2006 05:32 PM

There's a levelness to the waters round here -- the sharks pass by with jaws well padlocked.

Nothing signals we're about to hit a cyclonic upturn in partisan nastiness -- least of all that wet fuse leading to bomb Iran.

Can the pattern of bilge flow keep this up? I mean without resort to an utterly fabricated exciting new attraction? Or are we fated to drift from here till the next cataract? And speaking of next cataracts -- for God's sake November remains 6 months away.

Can we possibly drift that long?

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Methinks the October surprise will be surprising, but will not be in October.

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