When the New York Times publishes erroneous information in its online articles, the editors use a post script to address and correct the mistake.  I need to correct an erroneous claim I made in The Year of the Rabbit: Part II:

When I said that if I get fat in China, it will be milk tea’s fault, I was wrong.  It will 100% be Liz Li’s fault.

At 10:30 this morning, Liz picked me up to go “shopping.”  It is now after 9pm, and I just got home.  My camera is dead (I guess that’s what I get for taking 200 pictures and 3 videos in 2 days), I won’t need food for probably another 4 days, and I’m pretty sure my plantar fasciitis is back, so I need to drink a little wine and unwind tonight before I tell you all about Friday’s adventures.  But oh, tell you I will.  Much more than shopping happened today.

I’ll leave you with this image, because today is the second day of the new year, and it is the day that people are traditionally very kind to dogs.  It is thought of as the birthday of all dogs.

Happy birthday, dog!
I should note that this get-up is very common, and in fact, a little indecent; many of the dogs I’ve seen around town also wear pants.  I’m not sure what this little hussy thinks she’s getting away with, but I’ll let it go, seeing as it’s her special day.
Happy birthday, Vilas!  Hope you party ’til you pass out. 🙂

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