Thursday, March 11, 2010

Twisting in the Wind

The prosecutors are not experts in the care and storage of fine furs. And so, they deferred to the staff at Mano Swartz, who advised keeping the coats in a cool, dry place. The investigators hung them in the computer room of their Towson office.

For a year and a half, the furs dangled from a beam next to the whirring computer mainframe, occasionally giving investigator Drayton Peterson a jolt.

"You'd walk in there and the furs were always twisting in the wind," said Peterson, the office's resident technology expert.

[From the article "Dixon's coats go on sale online," by Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun, March 11, 2010.]

And now, back to the music. This next one goes out to the State Prosecutor's Office - "Twisting" by They Might Giants...

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