Weekly News

Welcome back to the weekly edition of Wednesday news. What do you think of my telecaster voice? I’m over here saying it in a very Katie Couric meets Tom Brokaw kind of way. If this blog had sound effects, you’d have chills. But since it doesn’t, you’ll just have to settle for the amazing news line up I have in store for you. Hold on tight. 🙂

I could not resist this story. I want to drive it. Something is afoot in Wandsworth. *Snicker*


When I began reading this, I was all prepared to make a snarky remark about people needing to remember that they already have a nose. Good, right? But then the author went and explained possible long-term benefits for humanity. Geez. So, here’s something that is super ridiculous and funny now, but has great potential to turn into a benefit to mankind. I can still make fun of it until the future applications are realized, though.


Maybe I’m geeking out about this because I’m currently teaching my water unit, but I found this super cool. Bacteria that helps ice form seems like a very Sci-Fi idea that I could very much imagine. Nice!


That’ll do it for me on this final Wednesday in April. When I see you again it will be May. Take care.


About kimlajevardi

I am a forty-something-year-old writer. I'm currently drafting my second book. I've also written short stories, poems, and some non-fiction over the last several years. My interest in writing formed during countless hours with my nose tucked in books. I may have even been clutching a novel as I was born. :)
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1 Response to Weekly News

  1. That phone app would be good for teen boys who need to realize there is more to freshness than just spraying Axe all over.

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