Good morning readers. I’m gratified you came by for a read. There’s a lot going on in the Universe this morning, but most of it is too big, or too little to get a gander at, so I’m going to give you an opportunity to shrug it all off as I’m doing.
If you’re the sort of person who sees herds of cattle, naked women, elephants, alligators and stagecoaches in clouds, mountains and whatnot you’ll see immediately what was on Old Sol’s mind yesterday:
Which doesn’t require any further discussion except to say:
Which also speaks for itself. Enough said about that.
Unless you want to hear it in song.
But if you’re feeling more in the serious and unsmiling turn-of-mind this morning you probably won’t grasp the implications and ramifications of that.
Instead you’d probably prefer something you can’t shrug off. For you, I suggest you have a look at the comet Lovejoy as it passed away from the sun:
All that wiggling and wagging it’s doing with the tail might be the most interesting thing human beings have had an opportunity to view since the invention of the camera, the rocketship, the atom and other genius gadgetry of modern life including toasters.
Lovejoy is telling you something it might take human beings a longish time to hear, if they ever get around to hearing it at all. Which seems about equally likely.
With the possible exception of the cats, chickens, and the occasional folks out there who see it but ain’t about to say anything.
But I’m not going to say any of that. Instead, I’ll just say I’m figuring I might post something later along more interesting lines.
Thanks for coming by.