I hit the wrong [COMMENCE ARMAGEDDON COUNTDOWN NOW] button and deleted my Duckroll. Chances are really strong, high, and good that I lost you. Speak to me! Please say something!
Then I experimented with email blogging, and messed up the feeds. There is actually a not-gross post below this one that you haven't seen, and I blame myself. I'd say I feel like a leper, but I really don't, and that would be insensitively trivializing Hansen's disease. I tried to give you a classy NIH link, but it wouldn't load. Wikipedia saves the day again.
AND, the heck, Blogger? Even worse word verification? One spam morsel in 200 reaches the pages of this blog, and I don't use word verification. I don't restrict comments in any way, and I moderate only old posts (because spammers tend to hit those harder). Google/Blogger's spam trap is very good. If you're still using word verification please consider removing it. I'm not going to boycott you if you don't, of course. I like getting comments, and I like leaving them, but I don't have anything so profound to add that I'm going to struggle to say it.
Rick Doyle will demonstrate how to rid yourself (and us) of word verification ugliness - tomorrow!
SwankieWheels told us how to find a very cool WWII artifact in these parts, and so we did. Once more, I am amazed that these things still exist out here. Such a thing would have been dismantled and destroyed decades ago back home. It's because we're all bitter about the climate and we like to vent our rage on inanimate antiquities. I'll post about the cool stuff soon. I know. Try to get some rest until then.