It is really too hot to picket through the middle of the day--but we had a
mid day adventure anyway. Turns out that the neighbors have been watching
the PIs who are watching Ida's place (where I stay in Hemet) much like my
neighbors do in Palo Alto--or maybe even more since Ida lives in a
retirement community and this is the most exciting thing which has
happened around this neighborhood in a *long* time. We were out switching
some cars around in the driveway and I decided to go check out the PIs and
give them a Xenu flyer. I wound up behind one of them and they tried to
Jeeze, from the effort they went to you would think I was going to take
their heads off and freeze them. They even tried the trick of going
around a corner and pulling into a driveway hoping I would lose them.
They finally went north on Kerby and hit a dip so fast that their heads
must have banged the roof of the car. No use, a long red light at Florida
(Hwy 74) let me catch up. I got their license number, California 4LHP
287, in the Walmart parking lot then let them go.
Say, guys, next time stop and let's talk. I'm sure we can work something
out. It's really too hot in Hemet to do surveillance from a car in the
middle of the day. We could all spend the afternoon over in an air
conditioned pizza place. Or you could, and I could give you a call before
going over to gold base for a picket.
Reporting from the (increasingly weird) Hemet front