Quote of the day: “This is a work of fiction. All the characters in it, human and otherwise, are imaginary, accepting only certain of the fairy folk, whom it might be unwise to offend by casting doubts on their existence. Or lack thereof.” Neil Gaiman
Song of the day: “Forty Six And 2” by Tool
State of mind: distracted
Date: 1/16/06, Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day
I think today’s post is pretty self-explanatory, based on the title… but it is something I am curious about. I thought of it this past weekend when I was making myself an old school snack and started to put the peanut butter on the slice of bread on the right like I always do. Does everyone make them this way? Peanut butter first, the jelly second? Do you put each on their own slice or pile them on top of each other? Who eats white bread, and who wheat? When you think of it, that American classic called the P.B. & J. has so many variations. Crust, no crust. Sliced on the diagonal or straight across, or even not at all.
Kind of mind boggling… if it’s a slow day.
In other news: Congrats to the boys and girls of NASA, on the successful completion of Mission Stardust.
It was launched in 1999, and in 2004 was able to collect dust and particles that is older then our own sun from a passing comet and landed safely so they can see what kind of dust bunnies are created in space. Good job. You think they used a Swifer?
If you’d like to help with this mission, click here. And you can read about it here.
Angel quote of the day:
Spike: What? I'm listening, with beer.