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Quincy Quarry Weekly Fish Wrap: The quiet before the next shitzsturm?
After a promising month of scandals hitting the fan last month, things have gone quiet in the all but invariably mad rush back to school following the long Labor Day holiday weekend holiday.
Fortunately, the New England Patriots open at home on Sunday.
How slow has it been? The domestic news media are continuing to milk how Hurricane Dorian ls now looking to be veering away from earlier projections of a direct hit on Florida or perhaps at least somewhere in the Carolinas.
Granted, the Bahamas have been pummeled; however, they are not American territory.
Regardless, this longtime haven for money laundering has itself taken a bath.
Fortunately, at least the Weather Forecaster in Chief has yet again offered up some unintended comic relief.
Who does he think he is?
And as for further comic relief, next week the City of Quincy will be hosting various local political office primary elections.
The only certain good news on this front, however, is that Ariel will not be on the ballot for the first time in eight years.
The bad news, there does not appear to be a truly viable opponent facing off against Quincy’s peerless mayor.
Then again, it has long been Quincy Quarry’s longtime expectation that Quincy’s current peerless mayor’s time in office will end either feet first or care of a perp walk.
Alternatively, perhaps it will be via Divine Intervention after pursuing well past more than just one indulgence and which have all but invariably been funded with other people’s money.
Arguably millions of other people’s money.
Needless to say, Quincy Quarry’s ever-growing legions of loyal readers can figure out how the Quarry hopes things will hit the fan.
That as well as how hard.