Argh! Blogger's block. What to write about. . .what to write about. . . .
With everything going on in the world, you would think something would have caught our fancy, but all the news seems somehow . . . repetitive. Egypt's still in turmoil, the economy still sucks, roofs are collapsing in Connecticut. OK, that last one is not the kind of thing you see everyday. Seems that the flat roofs in Connecticut are no match for the incessant blizzards blanketing the Northeast. And even though we've always thought of snow as a nice, soft, fluffy sort of thing, it turns out that if it piles up, it can cause previously sturdy buildings to implode. Did you know that a shovelful of snow weighs about 50 pounds? So, y'know, three or four shovelfuls of snow will probably cause all manner of roof collapses.
All right, this is boring. Here's what we'll do: We're going to go to Wikipedia and look up a random article. Whatever subject pops up, that's what we'll write about. We can do it! We're just that good! We can turn positively ANYTHING into bloggy gold! Here we go! What have we got here. . . .
Celinki: An administrative village in the [Polish] administrative district of Gmina Wielichowo. . . .
Huh. . . .
See you tomorrow, everybody!
"Winter's Punch Crumbles Roofs in New England"