Some bits of essential busy-ness this morning, then I’m spending the next two days wrapping the Green CEM, and continuing to make progress on Tourbillon. Expect continued light blogging with intermittent hypergraphia until regular service resumes on Wednesday.
The Semicolonial State of San Serriffe — Being somewhat semicolonial myself, I really appreciated this squib from Strange Maps. Warning: typesetter humor.
Oldest ‘Footprints’ on Earth Found — “The oldest-known tracks of a creature apparently using legs have been discovered in rock dated to 570 million years ago in what was once a shallow sea in Nevada.” Apparently this sucker dates from the pre-Cambrian. (Thanks to lt260.)
We can’t defeat Taleban, says Brigadier Mark Carleton-Smith — Apparently the British have become objectively pro-terrorist. (Thanks to lt260.)
Body movement: 90 minute suburban walk
Last night’s weigh-out: n/a
This morning’s weigh-in: n/a
Currently reading: n/a