It’s a sneaky Wednesday, one which almost finished before I remembered it was posting day. This is me posting just in the nick of time to avoid another “oops” late post. Some days just escape their specific notice in a blur of the tasks of the day. Today was one of those days. Not so uncommon, truly. Ah well, time for some news.
This first story is a head scratcher. How many people still rock let alone celebrate the mullet? It’s time to let it go, people. Really.
I do not need to hear a radio host give birth live on air. This stinks of ratings desperation and ….
In science news, a giant meteoroid rocks Michigan. I’m extra partial to this story because of my own meteoroid sighting a few months ago. Mine was also unusually large, and I happened to catch it after a chance lift of my head from my screen in the evening. A well-placed window and a stunned couple of blinks later, and I was amazed by the biggest shooting star to rock my own neck of the woods in quite some time. Right there with you, Michigan.
That’ll do it for my nick-of-time posting this evening. See you back here in seven.
I don’t want to hear someone give birth! Yuck.
Right? Who thought this would be a good idea?
Why is the mullet still a thing?
That meteor is really wild. And really bright in the video. Remember that giant one over Russia a few years ago?
I cannot explain the mullet.
I remember hearing about the Russian meteor, but I don’t think I saw pictures or video.