Friday, August 9, 2013

Rainy Day Post 8, easing...

We are on our eighth emergency blog post, which means things must have gotten pretty darn serious. Emergency Protocol Tav was invoked, the rainy day blog posts were released into the wild by our lead blog bot, Bot A. Then Emergency Protocol "Wine fruit par Argentina" was invoked, causing the special pager to buzz (hopefully) on Grape's belt, alerting him to the need for him to guest blog. For three grueling days he heroically guest blogged, averting an even deeper blog crisis and leading us to today, day eight. Now, finally, I have some hopeful news.

Protocol Tav has been revoked! Emergency Protocol "Wine fruit par Argentina" has also been revoked, and the blog emergency alert rating has been downgraded from "RED (humph, I wonder where the blogger has gone to?)" to "ORANGISH YELLOW (I think I hear the blogger's footsteps. I hope he won't mind that I ate all the tortilla chips)."

So what does all this mean? It means we're pretty sure that this will be the last emergency "Rainy Day" blog post for awhile, and that tomorrow we will be back to regular, old-fashioned clerkmanifesto blog posts.

"What" you may ask "Constitutes regular clerkmanifesto blog posts around here?"

We're still really not sure, and there's a very good chance you will notice no particular difference whatsoever.

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