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I was going to post this but had to run catch my delayed and soggy flight.  If you are in North Texas, you know what I mean.  Anyway, Michael J. Murphy has posted all of the gory details at  Beware, he planning a clustered index and tuning exam.  :?)

And for those of you that don't have a clue about the soggy reference, this is the third wettest spring and summer in Texas history.  To give you an idea, Lake Grapevine was like 12 feet down in January and we were looking at a bleak summer.  Now, the same lake is 8 feet above it's banks and after the past 24 hours is may be more like 12 feet in another 20 hours.  You have no idea how much water that is but suffice it to say that any more rain is going to wash the state of Texas into the Gulf of Mexico and the US will have a new southern border.

Ok, bring on the smart arse comments... 

Comments (2)

  1. I hear you Keith! I had to swim into the Microsoft offices this morning. It’s starting to make Redmond look like the Sunshine State.

  2. Rob says:

    smart?  you mean like: wow, Oklahoma land will actually be worth something now…  😉

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