Which means I need to think about something else, because now that we're home from the United Methodist General Conference, we have to think about it at work, read about it, write about it, proofread it, read about it, pour it into layouts for the magazine, reproofread it, publish it, and send it out to bazillions of people.
So here are a few of the other things I've been resting my brain with. Here, brain, have some pie. Enough cerebral granola.
"Violinist Performs for Cabbie who Recovered Rare Instrument": a violinist left his multi-million dollar Stradivarius violin in a cab. And got it back.
AAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA. "Endangered Seals Eating Endangered Salmon": wait, wait, which ones do we save? technically this one's more endangered, but that one is prettier...oh, shoot, let's just take bets:http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=90213669
CREEEEEEPY. "Emails from the Dead": posthumous email services are springing up. I never, I repeat, never, want one of these. Unless it's really funny, like, "I went all the way to limbo and all I got was this lousy email." Hee. Haha. Oooh, morbid humor floats my boat.
"Toy Car Powered by Hamster Wheel": yes!!! my favorite of the day. Why? Because it'd almost be worth getting a hamster, just for this:http://www.boingboing.net/2008/05/05/toy-car-powered-by-a.html