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June 30, 2017


Why an asteroid (probably) won't wipe us out

(Thanks to The Perts)


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In other words I need to go ahead and pay my credit card bills this month.

Not to worry. Oscar Meyer has it covered.

My wife upgraded her phone this morning, so I hope we have at least two years before obliteration. The early termination fee is a real killer.

"At that moment, there was a bang in the sky and a mighty crash…. The crash was followed by a noise like stones falling from the sky or of guns firing. The earth trembled."

In short, just like 7/4 in my neighborhood.

"They come in all sizes and scientific organizations around the world are tracking them."

We are still talking about asteroids---Right?

My iPhone crashed this evening. Two hours later, I *think* it is back to the way it was a few days ago. FaceTime and IMessage are still DOA and "waiting for authorization". Yeah, right. Like I haven't used Imessage in the last few days? C'mon, Apple!

Today would be a great day to get something here on Earth smacked by an asteroid. Hopefully, they can direct it to impact sinewhere near Silicon Valley.

Or, more precisely, One Infinite Loop Cupertino, CA 95014.

Tell them my phone sent it. And I want these two hours of my life back.


Rock the Casbah, Rock the Casbah.

Wasn't it Einstein who compared asteroids to hemorrhoids?

I think the comparison is apt.

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