Do they really have to tell us that things are non-edible?
How do they decide which things to tell us about? Warning these car keys are non-edible.
Thanks to Mrs. 4444 ( 4444 Escher is an asteroid named after M.C. Escher but I doubt Mrs. 4444 knew that when she assigned herself a number) I have a great way to share some non-edible thoughts with you.
Do you have odd questions randomly pop into you head?
For example, once as I struggled to finish my commute to work. I looked at the buildup of traffic going the opposite way and wonder where is everyone going. I’ll never know the answer but I’m glad they weren’t all going the my way.
More useless ideas sprouting into my brain garden (still needs weeding):
- Buying cold beer on ebay.
- The popular vampire thing could mean that leaches and mosquitoes get more respect. They are more common that vampires and suck blood.
- Remember all those time capsules that were popular back in the 1960’s and 70’s? Yeah, I forgot if I buried one too.
I really enjoy the Google doodles on their search page (I’m easily pleased). Did you know they have different ones for various countries?
Check out their doodle page (don’t you wish you had a doodle page?)
I clicked on the Wizard of Oz doodle just the other day and learned an odd piece of trivia - the movie’s first showing was in Oconomowoc, Wis. at the Strand Theatre.
Hmm - maybe everyone is driving to Oconomowoc to see a premiere showing. Sometimes it all comes together for me.