The fireball was making a nuisance of itself too, as a matter of fact, because according to geeky websites such as Stardate Online (never mind how I know about this, I just do), the Lyrids Meteor Shower was scheduled to spatter the heavens on April 21/22, a full week from now, not last night! Really inconvenient, obviously. I am not one to point to the inefficiencies of others, but I really do feel that one should be able to depend upon the Powers That Be to gather precise and reliable information about significant events in the galaxy, so that the general public might avoid unnecessary hysteria. I'd write a letter to NASA, but I
The point of all of this is... well, actually, there is no point at all. It's obviously a very slow news day, since this is one of the top picks on several news sources, and quite frankly, I'm a little put out that this is the best that NPR et al could come up with to provide me with an eye-popping title for today's blog post. Oh well, who cares. I am just thankful that I didn't waste too much time listening to inferior news-gathering sources blathering on about inconsequential celestial non-events. Instead, I spent the morning
Those in the Know are probably wondering what amazing insights I have to offer regarding the great fireball witnessed in the sky last night. I am nothing if not full of amazing insight! However, I must demur at this time:
Good Day to All!
* Now that's what I call an eye-catching post title!
ETA: Here is a photo for today - Jack's peach tree in bloom. Even though the Photo Project