The Declining Of Stairs And Bees

One problem I’m with having dark coloured stairs is that going downstairs at night with the lights off becomes tricky when I can’t tell where the one step ends and the other begins.

The amount of times I’ve walked into open air, Wile E Coyote style, anticipating the ground floor because I’ve miscounted the number of steps, has now reached an embarrassingly high number. I’m pretty sure I would have hyper-extended a knee or something by now if I was a professional baseball player. But sadly I am not a professional baseball player and so luckily I do not have the fragility of a snowflake.

Like many things for me right now, it remains a continuing process.

More stuff…

– Someone illustrated a track off Norm Macdonald’s comedy album (from like 2006?) about the Fantastic Four. Here it is. You know…it raises some good points.

– There is apparently something called CSI: Cyber, which presumably deals with things of a cybernetic nature (ie. cyborgs?), stars Dawson, and is already pretty amazing. I can’t tell you the amount of times I’ve instinctively searched for higher ground on my right hand side while drunk. …or I guess I really can’t, since it’s instinctive.

– More Spring Training wackiness yesterday, as the start of a game between the Angels and Royals was delayed by bees. Bees!?! Bees. And leave it to Major League Baseball for screwing yet another thing up, sending in a vicious bee murderer to spray liquid death upon them, instead of calling up a gentle beekeeper – many of which might have done this for free. And someone agrees.

“I’ve seen it before,” Royals manager Ned Yost told reporters after KC won 6-4, “but I’ve never seen mass bee genocide like that, though.

“All you have to do is get some smoke. … Trust me, I’m from the country. I live in the country. You take some smoke out there because the queen is in there somewhere, and you get a Shop-Vac and suck ’em all in and take ’em out to the parking lot and let them go. … They’re just honey bees, man. There’s a decline in honey bees. We need ’em.

“It was sad to see, but they had to do what they had to do.”

They are just honey bees, man. There is a decline in honey bees. We need them. Killing them won’t bring back our goddamn honey.

They don’t allow you to have bees in here.



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