[Still on vacation: when asking my wife if she would watch the NCAA basketball tournament with me, she responded she would rather watch me blog. -sigh]

Here’s a discussion on various environmental influences on the housing market…

Chicago is also famous for a somewhat peculiar annual event: dyeing the Chicago River green. The tradition started in 1962, when city pollution-control workers used dyes to trace illegal sewage discharges and realized that the green dye might provide a unique way to celebrate the holiday. more info: History Channel

Today they use 40 pounds of dye instead of 100 pounds, to minimize the environmental damage.

but I digress…

(inspired by Rick Moranis [NYT])

One Response to “St. Patrick’s Day In Chicago: A River Runs Through It, And Its Green”

  1. Barb says:

    I just love how they “minimize” the environmental damage….. rather than to eliminate it altogether…. can I hear a big D-U-H?????